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By Michael A. Orloff

This is the second one variation of the profitable and useful creation to TRIZ (Theory of cutting edge challenge fixing) - a technique and process for breaking out of inflexible notion styles to accomplish actually inventive engineering recommendations. This e-book maintains the topic of algorithmic improvement and exhibits find out how to positioned TRIZ into motion. will probably be of use to improvement engineers and planners in smooth expertise, permitting readers to look for and locate suggestions efficiently.

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Very difficult to learn 2. important role ofteam synergy (difficult for individual use) 3. use is complicated for many technical tasks 4. no method to pass on experience 1. universal use 2. possibilitiy to use iteration to get closer to the area with solutions 3. comprehensive use of personal and team resources ~C:) MINUS 1. problem "as is" 2. elimination of obvious solutions 3. problem "as it is understood" 4. suggestive questions c:==::::> PLUS search field with precise orientation stages of the transformation of the problem: problem as find ideas it is perceived c:==::::> for a solution Synectics 1.

2 Levels of Inventions The steps of the developmental history of civilization - millions of inventions - are different from each other in their value. 2) you will find a classification of inventions according to their level and with reference to various characteristic symbols. The degree of "newness", of innovation is the general value in mind here. 3 Methods of Inventing Aspects of the problem Initial conditions Levels of Inventions 1 Rationalization Concrete assignment of task with a parameter 2 Modernization Tasks assigned with several parameters; there are structural analogies Resources are not obvious but sill exist in the system; traditional professional training 5 3 Principle 4 Synthesis Badly structured "pile" of tasks; only functional analogies exist Many factors are unknown; there are no structural or functional analogies Primary goals are unknown; there are no analogies Resources are often derived from other systems and levels; developmental and combined thinking Resources from different fields of knowledge; strong associative thinking, broad knowledge, ability to overcome stereotypes Extreme problems Resources and or their application are previously unknown; motivation for selection, no stereotypes Inventive solution through the integration of technical "effects" Intense inventions with systern supereffects that lead to an essential change in neighbouring systems Scientific and technical inventions Resources of the problem and the person who solves it Resources are obvious and easi1yavailable; elementary professional training Degree of difficulty Tasks without conflicts Standard problems Non-standard problems Transformation rules Technicaloptimization as a solution Slight changes in the parameters ofelements Technical solution based on typical analogies Initial functional and structural solutions without changes in the functional principle Inventive solution through combined methods Level of innovation 17 Meaningful inventions with positive system effects - changes in the functional principal Discovery Unique problems Brilliant inventions with system supereffects that lead to an essential change in civilization fig.

Altshuller's investigation of known methods for inventing and psychology led to the following conclusion: All procedures were based on "trial and error", on intuition and fantasy. None of these methods started with an investigation of the laws of the development of the systems and physical-technical contlicts that are part of the problem at hand. However, there were many examples of a more effective analysis of problems in the history of philosophy and in technical texts. Altshuller found the most glaring examples in the works ofK.

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