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Problem Solving without Logic – A Falsification Test

01/03/2016 |

Note: This paper expands on a previous version delivered at the ETRIA2015 conference in Berlin, GE.

 

Ntelleck, LLC, Grosse Ile, MI 48138 USA

Cognitive scientists have a new model of how the thinking brain works in problem solving, called the … Read More

Using TRIZ to Make Great Cappuccino Foam Without the Hassle

07/07/2008 |

Have you ever tried to make a real cappuccino drink with espresso coffee and steamed fresh milk? If you have, you know that heating the milk fully and getting the milk to foam properly is a precise art.Read More

A New Paradigm for Creative Problem Solving: Six-Box Scheme in USIT without Depending on Analogical Thinking

15/05/2006 |

Toru Nakagawa Osaka Gakuin University, Japan

First Presented at The 27th Annual Conference of the Japan Creativity Society held on October 29-30, 2005 at National Center of Sciences, Tokyo (in Japanese); Posted in the TRIZ Home Page in Japan on … Read More

A TRIZ Inventive Design Method without Contradiction Information

25/09/2001 |

Chih-Chen Liu, Ph.D. student Department of Mechanical Engineering National Cheng Kung University Tainan, 701 TAIWAN Lecture, Department of Mechanical Engineering Far East College, Tainan, TAIWAN

Jahau Lewis Chen, professor Department of Mechanical Engineering National Cheng Kung … Read More

Design Without Compromise, Design for Life

24/05/2000 |

This article is an edited version of a paper of the same title presented at the US NFPA International Fluid Power Exposition, IFPE®2000 Technical Conference held in Chicago, April 4-6, 2000.

Darrell Mann Industrial Fellow Department … Read More

I Wish The Work To Be Completed By Itself, Without My Involvement: The Method Of The Ideal Result In Engineering Problem Solving.

06/04/2000 |

Iouri Belski Department of Communication and Electronic Engineering, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Fax: +61 3 9662 1060; E-mail: iouri.belski@rmit.edu.au

Keywords: TRIZ, QFD, problem solving, invention, ideal result.

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