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By Michael A. Orloff

This textbook fingers the reader with strong innovations of recent TRIZ self-training and genuine challenge fixing. it really is designed as an easy and effective, step by step crash path in basic TRIZ versions in keeping with the author's tools of extraction and reinvention, or retrieval of invention versions from any real-life items. unique content material addresses the mental help of the individual in the course of challenge fixing and merchandising of the hot proposal to awareness. The booklet introduces the so-called conception of constructing the artistic character (TDCP), initiated yet no longer accomplished via Genrikh Altshuller, father of TRIZ and TDCP. The textbook maintains to strengthen an easy average version presentation of the matter fixing procedure with a four-step Meta-Algorithm of Invention (MAI) T-R-I-Z.

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16 Book 1. How to learn to invent 1) Man experiences a need. This provides him with motivation for his actions. ) a purpose, the attainment of which is tantamount to meeting that need. ) ideas and solutions. 4) He compares and selects the best ideas. Sometimes he finds no solution, and then he repeats the cycle changing the original methods or even the purpose. Even people who are very lazy and not very brave are inventive. Moreover, they frequently have to be extra inventive to get what they want with minimum effort.

This informal description of just one of the possible contradictions can be matched to the following A-matrix inputs: plus-factor 23 Functional time of the moveable object and minus-factor 39 Loss of energy. The A-matrix "advises" us to apply models 01 Change in the aggregate state of the object, 02 Preliminary action, and 18 Mediator. Let us try to figure out what those models "advise" us to do. The "composite sketch" of a possible solution looks like this: 01 Change in the aggregate state of the object: b) changes in concentration or consistency, degree of flexibility, temperature, etc.

The content of such an external observation is clearly characterized by Genrikh Altshuller in an example,36 in which a person (psychologist) watches the movements of a boat without knowing anything about its destination, the river’s conditions, or the steering method of the boat, but is trying to relate the changes in the boat’s movement to anything at all. For example, he tries to relate the position of the sun to the boat’s course even though it is apparent that the captain is simply blinded and therefore changes course.

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