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This book is based on a unique TRIZ basics remote learning technology designed by the author. It contains more than 250 examples, assignments and solutions, and an in-depth discussion of methodological recommendations on practical implementation of theoretical postulates.

It does not require any special preliminary training, and can be used by anyone who wishes to master TRIZ basics independently.

The book is recommended for technical specialists, regardless of the extent of their familiarity with TRIZ, and for students in engineering.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Frontmatter

1. Introduction

Abstract
Many books have been written about TRIZ*. Accordingly, after a cursory glance at the cover the reader might assume that the idea of the book is not new, and that it is yet another repetition of something “about TRIZ”. Especially with a heading like EASyTRIZ! Definitely a “popular book” for “dummies”. Yeah.
Michael A. Orloff

2. Original Concepts

Abstract
The notion of “contradiction” is the most fundamental and central of TRIZ concepts. Another important concept is that of “transformation model”.
Michael A. Orloff

3. Red Thread of Victory

Abstract
The third fundamental concept of TRIZ is the Algorithm of Inventive Problem Solving (ARIZ). This is the thread of Ariadne, the red thread of victory blazing the way through the Labyrinth, the way to solving the problem.
Michael A. Orloff

4. Extracting: Identification of TRIZ Models

Abstract
Let us assume that we are studying a certain artifact87 – the fruit (product) of an invention. In other words, that artifact already exists and is known to us in terms of both its properties and its construction.
Michael A. Orloff

5. Operative Resources: Build the Solution Thus and Here!

Abstract
In this section we will deal with certain notions about which it is not easy to say that they are “easy”. But their knowledge, at least at the basic level, is a must for MTRIZ Junior and MTRIZ Practitioner certification.
Michael A. Orloff

6. Reinventing: TRIZ-Modeling the Invention Process

Abstract
Let us assume that we are studying a certain artifact – the product (result) of an invention. This product-artifact is in the state “is”, i.e. already exists (fig. 6.1). It is matched to a certain prototype-artifact – the predecessor of the product-artifact in time.
Michael A. Orloff

7. To Defeat a Contradiction: Generation of Efficient Ideas

Abstract
And now let us consider the first “classical” method that is used to resolve standard contradictions with the help of a simple “solution prompter” – the “technique selection matrix”, Altshuller matrix, or A-matrix (terms introduced by the author).
Michael A. Orloff

8. Integrated TRIZ Models

Abstract
In the problems analyzed in the previous sections, we focused on standard and radical contradictions. However, in practice problem-solving also involves other types of systemic contradictions. A brief description of such contradictions, including those already familiar to the readers, is provided below.
Michael A. Orloff

9. System Evolution Models

Abstract
Transformation of a task into a problem is forced by its increasing complexity (fig. 9.1). Complexity increase, in turn, is defined by four main attributes. Two of those attributes are related to the formulation of the task, while the other two directly bear on its solution. In line with this differentiation, we recognize two levels of problem situations that we will be calling "manager problem" and “developer problem”.
Michael A. Orloff

10. EASyTRIZ Training Baseline

Abstract
Over the course of many years that I have spent teaching and consulting, I have come to the conclusion that primary TRIZ instruments presented in this book simply MUST become the object of mass-scale training and practical application, as they give the user an accurate and sustainable understanding of fundamental TRIZ models – contradictions and simplest methods of their resolution.
Michael A. Orloff

11. Energy of Progress

Abstract
The future of any state depends on its intellectual potential, ability to produce innovative ideas and resolve constantly emerging contradictions of growth, and ability to project the course of events and, based on such projections, mitigate risks and maintain sustainable progress.
Michael A. Orloff

12. Reinventing of Automobile Production Systems Evolution

Abstract
In this section, the case studies will focus on the innovations occurred in the evolution of Craft Production to Mass Production System.
Michael A. Orloff

13. Selected Examples

Abstract
And in conclusion of this course, we will deal with a number of examples whose descriptions are prepared with the use of TRIZ instruments discussed in the book.
Michael A. Orloff

Backmatter

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