TRIZ: Theory of Solving Inventive Problems


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TRIZ: Theory of Solving Inventive Problems
10102041010203 TRIZ: Theory of Solving Inventive ProblemsEllen R. DombTRIZ is the anglicized acronym for the Russian phrase, "theory of solving inventive problems." TRIZ was developed in the post-WW II period of 1946 to 1985 in the former Soviet Union by Genrich Saulovich Altshuller (1915–1998) and his research colleagues. (Creativity as an Exact Science, Innovation Algorithm) TRIZ started as an analysis of wartime patents, looking for ideas that could help restore the Soviet economy, and has become the best-known method for systematic, logical, "left brain" creativity and in…
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Praveen Gupta, MSEE; Brett E. Trusko, Ph.D., MBA,: Global Innovation Science Handbook. TRIZ: Theory of Solving Inventive Problems, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export