|Introduction to TRIZ||
|What is TRIZ?|
|Guide to TRIZ/USIT Articles in This Site|
|Introductory Articles on TRIZ and USIT|
Why don't you learn TRIZ and improve your creation capability? [T. Nakagawa Nov. 1, 1998]
TRIZ is "Theory of Inventive Problem
Abbriviated from its original Russian name written in English alphabets.
It supports creative R&D in technology.
It clarifies your technical problems and suggests you a lot of creative hints.
It is based on the "Priciples
of Invention" extracted from the history of technological innovations.
2.5 Million patents over the world were analyzed for condensing their innovative essences.
For solving your problem, you
will be able to access to the full world of science and technology.
From you technical target you can retrieve principles in physics, chemistry, and geometry.
It guides you to breakthroughs
instead of trade-offs.
By solving contradictions, you will reach real inventions and valuable patents.
You will master a thinking method
of breaking mental inertia for technological innovation.
Helpful for experienced people as well as for younger people.
Mr. G. Altshuller originated and
established the methodology since 1946 in the former USSR.
In CIS, many TRIZ courses are carried on in institutes and highschools.
After the end of the Cold War, it
became known and was evaluated highly in USA, Europe, Japan, etc.
Introduced rapidly and is forming a new wave of movement for technological innovation.
TRIZ methodology is now applicable
with software tools on personal computers.
They show technology knowledge bases with illustrations and allow smooth operation.
It is applicable in mechanical, electrical,
chemical, and many other much wider areas.
Areas of knowledge bases and applications are now being extended.
The TRIZ methodology for problem
solving is illustrated in the following figure.
The symbol mark of this home page was designed by Nakagawa from this figure.
Essence of TRIZ in 50 Words (Toru Nakagawa, May 22, 2001)
Thus, for creative problem
a simple yet effective procedure for creative problem solving with the
essence of TRIZ.
(Toru Nakagawa, Feb. 18, 2003)
Guide to TRIZ/USIT Articles in This Site
"Brief Guide to Nakagawa's TRIZ/USIT Articles"
by Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.), Posted on Feb. 18, 2003
Introductory Articles on TRIZ/USIT [Introductory articles/papers for beginners posted in this Web site. Refer to the above "Brief Guide"]
"What is TRIZ? FAQ" (Part 1 of "TRIZ: Creative Problem Solving Methodology for Innovation") (Jan. 13, 2006)
Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.), "InterLab", Jan. 2006, pp. 48-51
[Introduction to TRIZ for novices. What is TRIZ?, Information sources and textboks, Basic approach, Thinking way for innovation, Penetration in the World, Penetration in Japan, New generation of TRIZ.]
to TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving): A Technological Philosophy
for Creative Problem Solving"
by Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.), Posted Nov. 16, 2001 ; English transl. Jan. 7, 2002
Paper/Introduction: "Problem Solving Methodology for Innovation: TRIZ/USIT. Its Philosophy, Methods, Knowledge Bases, and Software Tools" (Mar. 3, 2004)
by Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.), presented at First Symposium on Knowledge Creation Support Systems, held on Feb. 27-28, 2004, at JAIST (Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Hokuriku) near Kanazawa.
[Introduced the whole aspects of TRIZ in a top-down manner on the basis of up-to-date understanding of the methodology. Explained TRIZ/USIT and its usage in the "Steady Strategy" of introduction. This is the up-to-date Introduction to TRIZ in this Site.]
Introductory: "Introduction to the TRIZ/USIT Methodology for Creative Problem Solving" (Jun. 22, 2005)
Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.), "Value Engineering" (Magazine of Japan VE Association), No. 228 (May 2005), pp. 31-36.
[An introduction to the up-to-date TRIZ methodology. This article describes the essence of TRIZ philosophy, TRIZ knowledge bases (especially in its modernized form), and TRIZ ways of thinking and thinking tools, towards readers novice to TRIZ. This gives an overview of TRIZ, especially on its structure and characteristic features. This serves as a new first page of 'Introduction to TRIZ' in this Web site.]
of TRIZ in 50 Words"
by Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.) May 16, 2001 [Posted on May 22, 2001] [Japanese translation posted on May 22, 2001]
Introductory: "TRIZ -- Recent Approaches and Activities in Japan and in the World" (Mar. 22, 2013)
Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.), "Standardization and Quality Control", Vol. 66, No. 2, pp. 17 - 24 (2013)
Introduction to different approaches and activities of TRIZ in Japan and in the world since 1990s. Evolution of TRIZ in its methodological contents, and various activities of penetrating TRIZ in different countries in the world and in Japan.
"Creative Problem-Solving Methodologies TRIZ/USIT: Overview of My 14 Years in Research, Education, and Promotion" (Mar. 23, 2012)
Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin University), "Bulletine, Osaka Gakuin Univ." (Mar. 2012)
Introductory References [Introductory articles for beginners posted in other sites.]
Kit of Altshuller Institute for TRIZ Studies (USA) (Dec. 6, 2002)
URLs and List of Sources of the Media Kit (May 22, 2002)
[Currently 7 selested items are listed. Two of them are Nakagawa's articles in this Web site.]
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