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TRIZ Sites

  The TRIZ Journal – For people interested in the TRIZ …:   http://www.triz-journal.com/ … Welcome to the July 2001 issue of the TRIZ Journal! The Mitsubishi Research Institute (MRI) has renewed its sponsorship for 2001. We want to sincerely thank … OTSM-TRIZ … Continue reading

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TRIZ

TRIZ in UK TRIZ is a Theory of Inventive Problem Solving, abbreviated from Russian language. It is mostly related to technical problems. It could be explained as a problem-solving, analysis and forecasting tool derived from the study of patterns of invention from the … Continue reading

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Software

TRIZ Software Many TRIZ software are available these days. The very first one was Invention Machine created by Valery Tsurikov from Minsk, Belarus back in 1993. Majrity of TRIZ software today are only available only commercially, some of them have a free trial for a limited period. Why … Continue reading

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Free TRIZ eBooks

List of books about TRIZ Read books online, convert PDF to text and share following documents with friends: LIST OF TRIZ-BOOKS   Download TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving)    Download   Introduction to TRIZ   Download Triz Body of Knowledge Introduction as … Continue reading

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40 Principles

As you can see from the picture below, the modern science of technical problem solving (TRIZ) started a long time ago: The very beginning of the TRIZ starts with Principles of Technical Problem Solving. It covers 40 most common contradiction, … Continue reading

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TRIZ

TRIZ – The theory of resolving inventive solutions If you want to know about inventions, creativity, techniques and methods to design new products, processes and technologies – this is the right place! The writer of this post is a highly trained professional … Continue reading

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