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TRIZ: Innovation and Inventive Problem Solving

TRIZ: Innovation and Inventive Problem Solving

The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) is an important factor in helping organizations manage their way through the process of technical and technological innovation. TRIZ is regarded today as one of the most comprehensive, systematically organized invention knowledge. The TRIZ methodology has the following advantages over traditional innovation supporting methods such as acknowledged increase of creative productivity, rapid acceleration of the systematic search for inventive and innovative solutions, scientifically founded approach to forecasting evolution of technical systems, products and processes. The TRIZ handbook presents the classical and modern tools like actualized 40 invention principles, 12 double inventive principles for business and management, 76 standard solutions, catalogues of physical, chemical and geometrical effects, inventive algorithm ARIZ, anticipatory failure identification, patterns of technical evolution and others.

This TRIZ handbook has been successfully used by more than 500 organizations such as ABB, BMW, Bosch, ContiTech, Daimler, Draeger, Hella, Henkel, HILTI, Liebherr, Mars, Miele, MTU Aero Engines, Bosch, Roche, Schaeffler, Voith, Volkswagen, ZF Sachs and many others.

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TRIZ Body of Knowledge: for AI & MATRIZ

TRIZ Body of Knowledge: for AI & MATRIZ

As the worldwide appreciation of TRIZ grows, its further development as a science is hindered by a number of factors. One of these factors is somewhat fuzzy boundaries of TRIZ. Unfortunately, there are currently no TRIZ textbooks or training programs that are universally accepted by the global TRIZ community. This leads to significant differences in the interpretation of some key concepts, tools and approaches of TRIZ (and in some cases to their corruption). In addition, it makes it very difficult to meet an increasingly tangible need in a globally authoritative certification of TRIZ practitioners.  To improve the situation, the International TRIZ Association (MA TRIZ), the Altshuller Institute for TRIZ Studies (AI).

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Universal Inventive Principles TRIZ: Inventive Principles for All Fields

Universal Inventive Principles TRIZ: Inventive Principles for All Fields

The author has tried to make the principles more universal. They may be used in fields such as IT and in any other areas.The author kept the same number of principles as in G. Altshuller’s work (40) , but changed some of the names and the formulation of certain sub-principles.A general rule for changing principle names and sub-principle formulations was adopted – the principles must perform the same functions as Altshuller’s principles. This permitted the use of Altshuller’s Matrix .The term “object” used in sub-principles may be understood as: substance (material), any object (system), process, data (information) or data storage area.The modified text is underlined.In the book, there is little text and many pictures.

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Fundamentos De La Teoria Para La Solución De Los Problemas Inventivos (TRIZ) (Spanish Edition)

Fundamentos De La Teoria Para La Solución De Los Problemas Inventivos (TRIZ) (Spanish Edition)

Este es el primer libro de la serie “TRIZ profesional”, que le permitirá conocer las bases de la Teoría para la Solución de los Problemas inventivos TRIZ (acrónimo del ruso Teoriya Resheniya Izobretatel’skix Zadach), cuyo autor fue Genrix Altshuller.

TRIZ es un instrumento único para:
•La búsqueda de ideas originales.
•La revelación y solución de muchos problemas creativos.
•La elección de direcciones perspectivas en el desarrollo de la técnica, la tecnología y la reducción de los gastos en su elaboración y producción.
•El desarrollo del pensamiento creativo.
•La formación de la personalidad y los colectivos creativos.

Esta teoría se ha vuelto popular no solamente en Rusia, sino también en los Estados Unidos, Canadá, los principales países europeos Japón, Israel, Corea del Sur y en países de Sur América.

El texto se distingue cómodamente de otros libros sobre TRIZ por su sistematicidad, originalidad, profundidad y amplia exposición del material, la interrelación de las partes separadas de la teoría e incluye amplios anexos que se pueden utilizar para la actividad práctica.

El material teórico esta ilustrado con una gran cantidad de ejemplos, problemas y figuras (574 ejemplos y problemas y más de 250 ilustraciones).

El libro esta destinado para ingenieros e inventores, científicos y personas que resuelven problemas creativos, estudiantes de universidades y colegios. Puede ser útil para docentes universitarios, maestros de escuelas y estudiantes de los años superiores.

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Selected TRIZ Tools: Theory of inventive problem solving

Selected TRIZ Tools: Theory of inventive problem solving

The present book describes kinds of effects and opportunities of using them in solving inventive problems, Su-Field analysis and practical ARIZ.The material is absorbed easily and quickly.The book contains about 90 examples and problems and more than 120 illustrations. The book is intended for wide audience and will be especially useful for those who want to get new ideas quickly.

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Systems Approach: Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ)

Systems Approach: Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ)

This book describes a systematic approach. Describes the basic definitions of a systematic approach: systems thinking, systems analysis and system synthesis, systems theory. The concepts of the system and its components are presented such as integrity, property, attitude, anthropogenic system, technical system. In addition, the concepts described function, process, flow and hierarchy.  Introduces the concept of consistency and system requirements. The system operator is described. Account any changes and their effects on the system.  The focus is on the systems approach to design. Procedures for system analysis and system synthesis are described.  System analysis to identify gaps is done in the following sequence: Component Analysis, Structural Analysis, Functional Analysis and Diagnostic Analysis.

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