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The Elegant Solution and TRIZ

06/10/2008 |

The Elegant Solution by Mathew May explores Toyota Motor’s formula for innovation. The "elegant solution" discussed in the book and TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) share many commonalities.Read More

How Solution Finds a Problem to Solve (Case Study)

07/05/2006 |

Dallas, Texas, USA tepl@sbcglobal.net How Solution Finds a Problem to Solve (Case Study) After graduating from university, I was concentrated on my PhD research, which was connected with practical applications of nuclear methods for technological control in construction, one of … Read More

Hierarchical TRIZ Algorithms–Step J. Implement the Solution

18/04/2006 |

12th Installment- Apr 2006 Hierarchical TRIZ Algorithms is a how-to TRIZ book. It is designed to assist both beginning and advanced users. Each month, the TRIZ-Journal will publish another chapter of the book. This month’s installment includes the 10th step … Read More

USIT Operators For Solution Generation In TRIZ: Clearer Guide To Solution Paths

18/03/2005 |

Toru Nakagawa Osaka Gakuin University, Japan e-mail: nakagawa@utc.osaka-gu.ac.jp

Abstract The biggest reason for slow penetration of TRIZ into industries in Western countries is that very rich contents of TRIZ knowledge bases and individual methods of problem solving have been tried … Read More

Process Modeling, Simulation, and TRIZ: An Innovative and Symbiotic Solution

01/05/2004 |

ABSTRACT The application of TRIZ necessitates the analysis and understanding of a process [1] [2]. In this spectrum of understanding, the process is either: 1. not very well understood at all (unfortunately, all to often); or 2. understood but not … Read More

Review of “Solution – Innovation Card Game”

24/12/2003 |

By: Walter Lamia

Review of “Solution – Innovation Card Game” by Walter Lamia, Colorado State Univ. doctoral student Hape Etzold’s card game (€45,50 at www.etzold.biz)is based on the TRIZ inventive principles. It comprises forty cards, each printed with a principle, … Read More

Reorganizing TRIZ Solution Generation Methods into Simple Five in USIT (article)

22/01/2003 |

This article is published in the TRIZ Journal courtesy of the author Toru Nakagawa. There are two parts: Full Article | Appendix

  • Full article (Originally published at: http://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/php/nakagawa/TRIZ/eTRIZ/epapers/e2002NakaPapers/eETRIA02USIT0209/eETRIA02USIT0209.html )
  • Appendix (Originally published at: http://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/php/nakagawa/TRIZ/eTRIZ/electures/eUSITSol0209/eUSITSolMetFull021119.html)

TRIZ/USIT Paper:Read More

Solution Dynamics as a Function of Resolution Method (Physical Contradiction v. Technical Contradiction)

06/01/2003 |

Solution Dynamics as a Function of Resolution Method (Physical Contradiction v. Technical Contradiction)

Michael S. Slocum, K.O.St.I., Ph.D. Ontro, Inc. 13250 Gregg Street Poway, CA 92064 USA mslocum@ontro.com

Ellen Domb, Ph.D. PQR Group … Read More

Klondike versus Homing Solution Searches

28/02/2002 |

Klondike versus Homing Solution Searches

Darrell Mann Industrial Fellow, University of Bath Bath, BA2 7AY, UK Phone: +44 (1225) 826465 Fax: +44 (1225) 826928 E-mail: D.L.Mann@bath.ac.uk

Introduction

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Book Review: TRIZ: The Right Solution at the Right Time

17/05/1999 |

Ellen Domb,

Title: TRIZ: The Right Solution at the Right Time: A Guide to Innovative Problem Solving

Author: Yuri Salamatov, edited and adapted by Valeri Souchkov, translated by Maria Strogaia and Sergei Yakovlev. Technical editor Michael Slocum.

Publisher: Insytec B.V., … Read More