WTSP Mails and Letters (B3-News2019)  

WTSP Mails and Letters:  Apr. 2019  
     
Editor:  Toru Nakagawa (WTSP Project Leader)

 

Posted:  Apr. 9, 2019; Updatged: May 31, 2019

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Mar. 31, 2019

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Update of "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"

Apr. 2, 2019

TN ==> Many HP readers

HP Update Announcement (Mar. 31, 2019)

Apr. 2, 2019

TN ==>WTSP Members, Invitees

[WTSP] Letter (9) "TRIZ Home Page in Japan" Updated (Mar. 31, 2019) Results of Internet Surveys of TRIZ-related sites in the world

Apr. 2, 2019

Roland De Guio <==> TN

WSTP activity in France

Apr. 3, 2019 Stephene Savelli <==> TN A TRIZ site in Belgium/France  
Apr. 3, 2019 TN ==> LinkedIn Posting Results of Internet Surveys of TRIZ-related Sites in the world: sites written in English, in Russian, in German, in French, and in Spanish/Portuguese

Apr. 4, 2019

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Update of "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"

Apr. 9, 2019

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Update of "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"

Apr. 9, 2019

TN ==>WTSP Members, Invitees

[WTSP] Letter: (9M-1AB, -1DE) THPJ Updated (Apr. 9): Survey results (2A)-(2F) in a tabular form, WTSP Letters in Apr. 2019

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[WTSP] Letter (9)

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 [WTSP] Letter: (9M-1AB, -1DE) THPJ Updated (Apr. 9): Survey results (2A)-(2F) in a tabular form, WTSP Letters in Apr. 2019

Toru Nakagawa ==>  WTSP Members and Invitees   Apr. 9, 2019

WTSP pages in "TRIZ Home Page in Japan" has been updated today (dated Apr. 9, 2019).
http://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/php/nakagawa/TRIZ/eTRIZ/

[1] Survey results (2A)-(2F) are now shown in a tabular form.
The Data Parts of these pages are shown in a tabular form. By the ordinary 'Copy & Paste' operation of the whole table into an Excel file, you can get the Table of sites, in a form handy to edit and sort as you like. The data of sites in different pages (2A) to (2F) may be merged easily (with some obvious care).

[2] WTSP Mails and Letters: Mar. 2019 updated
[WTSP] Letter (8M-4) Surveys of TRIZ sites in Russian and in English; we need much further extension
[WTSP] Letter (8C-4) Surveys of TRIZ sites written in German, in French, in Spanish/Portugues, and in USA in English;
             Please extend them further.
[WTSP] Letter (8C-eu4) Checking the TRIZ sites in the Base Document (2008);
             We should work with new Internet survey

[3] WTSP Mails and Letters: Apr. 2019

[WTSP] Letter (9) THPJ updatged (Mar. 31); Results of Internet Surveys of TRIZ-related sites in the world
Mail from Roland De Guio (France): WTSP Activities in France
[WTSP] LinkedIn Posting: Results of Internet Surveys of TRIZ-related sites in the world

------------------ (To WTSP Members only) -----
I recently sent to our WTSP Global Co-editors a preliminary proposal on the structure of our World WTSP Catalogs in relation to categorization of methodologies and applications . It is an idea of "Dynamic Index Scheme". In about 2 weeks, we would like to show you our idea for asking you for your review and your cooperation. (I will be off from Apr. 12 to 22, with little email access.)
Best wishes, Toru


 

  Update of "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"   Apr. 9, 2019       (Apr. 9, 2019)

-- Data Parts of the Preliminary Internet Searches (2A)~(2F) are shown in a tabular form, for easier handling.
-- WTSP Mails and Letters: Apr. 2019. 


 

  Update of "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"   Apr. 4, 2019       (Apr. 9, 2019)

-- WTSP Mails and Letters: Mar. 2019.  ([WTSP] Letter (8M-4), [WTSP] Letter (8C-4), [WTSP] Letter (8C-eu4))

 


 

  Posting in LinkedIn: Results of Internet Surveys of TRIZ-related Sites in the world: sites written in English, in Russian, in German, in French, and in Spanish/Portuguese

(Toru Nakagawa, Posting in LinkedIn: Apr. 3, 2019)  (posted here: Apr. 9, 2019)

After posting my article on Mar. 4 , I have found one small but important key to overcome our WTSP difficulty. For making WTSP Catalogs by the cooperative work of many TRIZ colleagues, I was trying to promote the bottom-up approach, i.e., to survey TRIZ-related sites operated in each country, to write introductions of them, and to make Country WTSP Catalogs first, then to build them up into World WTSP Catalogs. However, without sharing the vision/image of the final goal clearly, individual persons in each country are not well motivated actually. 

We should better make a rough image of the final goal, i.e., a rough draft of the World WTSP Catalog(s) in our case. Each of us, TRIZ professionals, has some rough ideas of the global TRIZ community and TRIZ-related sites. But the knowledge of each of us is only partial, we know. For example, the annotated list of “World 120 TRIZ Sites” I made in 2008 is now obsolete, I know. But I do not have enough knowledge to revise it.  We should better make (rough) surveys of TRIZ-related sites in the global scale, at the present initial stage. Once we make and share images of the TRIZ-related sites in the world, we will be able to work for improving them, in various and yet cooperative ways. 

With this understanding I made surveys and got the results as follows:
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Surveys of TRIZ-related sites are carried out in a top-down approach by use of Internet Search engines.  This series is named '2nd Round Preliminary Internet Search'.

The searches are carried out for the TRIZ-related sites in  the whole world written (2A) in English, (2B) in Russian, (2C) in German, (2D) in French, (2E) in Spanish/Portuguese, and also (2F) the sites in USA written in English.

Processes of the internet search and further data handling for understanding and evaluating the sites are devised and described in detail.
Quick visit of the sites and applying the Site search (i.e., searching TRIZ-related pages inside the site) are used to understand and evaluate the sites.

Evaluation of sites in 5 levels is introduced as: ◎ Most important in the World WTSP Catalog, ○ Important in the World WTSP Catalog,  □ Worthy in the World WTSP Catalog,    △ Worthy  in Country WTSP Catalogs, and - Irrelevant/neglected in the WTSP Catalogs.
Classifying the site types with the roles of the site (owners) are also introduced.  

For confirming the survey strategy, the effectiveness of the list of 'Selected 120 TRIZ Sites’ (2008) has been examined. For the sites listed in Europe, their present situations have been examined:  Nearly half of them are gone/inactive while the other half are active and hence their descriptions10 years ago are now obsolete. Thus it is clear that we should carry out our surveys newly without trying to revise the old documents.

Results of the surveys (2A) through (2F) are shown in detail in “TRIZ Home Page in Japan”. They are briefly summarized in the following table:

Code

Site location

Site
language

Keywords

Sites found

(2A)

World

Englsih

TRIZ

◎ 6, ○ 13, □ 29, △ 33, - 25

(2B1)

World

Russian

ТРИЗ

106 sites

(2B2)

World

Russian

ТРИЗ

26 selected professional sites
+49 user pages

(2C)

World

German

TRIZ

107 sites, - 7 sites

(2D)

World

French

TRIZ

90 sites , - 8 sites

(2E)

World

Spanish/
Portuguese

TRIZ

50 sites,  - 73 sites

(2F)

USA

English

TRIZ

◎ 6, ○ 11, □ 27, △24, - 22

Doing further surveys, describing introductions of sites, evaluating the sites, etc. are left to be done by the collaboration of many TRIZ colleagues.

Let's work Together ! Connected !!

Here is a photo of cherry blossoms now in Tokyo:

 

 


  WTSP Activities in France

  Roland De Guio (France)  <==> Toru Nakagawa   Apr. 2, 2019    WSTP activity in France

Dear Toru,
We are on our way to work based on your file with Pascal Sire and are going to share the work with colleagues. You may follow updates on [access to the google document (the access key suppressed here), which uses the following Forms]:

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Visit individual sites again and describe here its introduction in 5-10 lines each.

(#01) Wikipédia    https://fr.wikipedia.org/    Site search 46 pages

Date de lecture du site /
Date of website access :
 

 

 

Mettre 5 à 10 lignes d’introduction au site. Résumer les caractéristiques essentielles ou qui vous semblent intéressantes/
Write 5 to 10 introductory lines to the site. Summarize the essential characteristics or those that you think are interesting

 

 

 

 

Surligner votre évaluation du site ou conserver l’évaluation retenue /
Highlight your site evaluation or keep the selected evaluation

◎ : Most important in the World WTSP Catalog
○ : Important in the World WTSP Catalog
☐ : Worthy in the World WTSP Catalog
△ : Worthy in Country WTSP Catalogs
- : Irrelevant/neglected in the WTSP Catalogs

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Best regards
Roland DE GUIO

  Toru Nakagawa ==> Roland De Guio    Apr. 4, 2019

Dear Roland and Pascal, Thank you so much for your message.

I am very glad to learn about your new Google Document which can be filled and shared immediately by many TRIZ colleagues in France and some more French speaking countries. Hope a number of colleagues joint to work to fill the document and to enhance/extend it further.

Looking forward to hearing from you from time to time,      Best wishes, Toru

  Stéphane Savelli (Belgium)  ==> Toru Nakagawa   Apr. 3, 2019   

Dear Toru, Here is what I could do.
All the best, Stéphane

Missing websites in French:
http://www.xfive.be/fr/
☐ : Good TRIZ providers in Belgium and France

  Toru Nakagawa ==> Stéphane Savelli   Apr. 4, 2019

Dear Stéphane, Thank you so much for your information.

> Here is what I could do.

Missing websites in French:
http://www.xfive.be/fr/
☐ : Good TRIZ providers in Belgium and France

Could you communicate with Prof. Roland De Guio and Pascal Sire, the Country Editors for France jointly.

Maybe we need some sort of simple forms for recommending additional sites, for contributing descriptions of   introduction to individual sites, etc.   One such a form is proposed by the French group.

Best wishes, Toru

 


 

  [WTSP] Letter (9) "TRIZ Home Page in Japan" Updated (Mar. 31, 2019); Results of Internet Surveys of TRIZ-related sites in the world 

Toru Nakagawa ==>  WTSP Members and Invitees   Apr. 2, 2019

Dear TRIZ Leaders/Colleagues,    

"TRIZ Home Page in Japan" has been updated in English and Japanese pages on Mar. 18 and yesterday (dated Mar. 31, 2019).
In Tokyo, cherry blossoms are now in full bloom. Enjoy the photo attached below.

 

[1] Preliminary Internet Searches (2) of TRIZ-related Sites in the world (Toru Nakagawa)

Surveys of TRIZ-related sites are carried out in a top-down approach by use of Internet Search engines. This series is named '2nd Round Preliminary Internet Search'. The searches are carried out for the TRIZ-related sites in the whole world written (2A) in English, (2B) in Russian, (2C) in German, (2D) in French, (2E) in Spanish/Portuguese, and also (2F) the sites in USA written in English.

Processes of the internet search and further data handling for understanding and evaluating the sites are devised and described in detail.
Quick visit of the sites and applying the Site search (i.e., searching TRIZ-related pages inside the site) are used to understand and evaluate the sites.

Evaluation of sites in 5 levels is introduced as: ◎ Most important, ○ Important, and □ Worthy in the World WTSP Catalog; △ Worthy in Country WTSP Catalogs; and - Irrelevant/neglected in the WTSP Catalogs.

Classifying the site types with the roles of the site (owners) are also introduced.

For confirming the survey strategy, the effectiveness of the 'Base Document' (i.e., the annotated list of 'Selected 120 TRIZ Links in the world', which was compiled by Nakagawa in May 2008) has been examined.
The present situations of the TRIZ-related sites in Europe listed in 2008 have been examined, to find that nearly half of them are gone/inactive while the other half are active and hence their descriptions 10 years ago are now obsolete.
Thus it is clear that we should carry out our surveys newly without trying to revise the old documents.

Results of the surveys (2A) through (2F) are shown in detail in the HTML pages. The sites written in non-English languages are not evaluated yet because of language difficulty for me. Description of introductions of sites is left to be done by the collaboration of many TRIZ colleagues.

[2] Preliminary Internet Searches of TRIZ-related Sites
(2A) written in English in the world (Toru Nakagawa)

Internet search with Yahoo.Japan outputs 106 sites. Visiting sites quickly and applying the Site search, the sites are evaluated as: ◎ 6, ○ 13, □ 29, △ 33, - 25. In the HTML page, top 81 sites are listed with their Evaluation symbol, site name, site URL, and number of pages hit by Site search. Some more details are shown in the .docx file .

(2B) written in Russian in the world (TN and Michael Orloff)
Internet search outputs 106 sites. They are (listed in the HTML page) with page title and site name, site URL, and URL for site search; but no evaluation yet. Some more details in .docx
Michael Orloff used various Internet searches together with his background knowledge, and listed the URLs of 26 Selected sites operated by TRIZ professionals, and 49 sites/pages of TRIZ users. He says: This list is not the best and last, but maybe not bad!. Posted both in HTML and in .docx .

(2C) written in German in the world (Toru Nakagawa)
Internet search outputs 107 sites. They are (listed in the HTML page) with page title and site name, site URL, and URL for site search; but no evaluation yet. Irrelevant 7 sites are omitted. See .docx

(2D) written in French in the world (Toru Nakagawa)
Internet search outputs 90 sites. They are (listed in the HTML page) with page title and site name, site URL, and URL for site search; but no evaluation yet. Irrelevant 8 sites are omitted. See .docx

(2E) written in Spanish/Portuguese in the world (Toru Nakagawa)
Internet search outputs 123 sites, but 73 of them are irrelevant because of a female singer's name Triz.. 50 sites are (listed in the HTML page) with page title and site name, site URL, and URL for site search; but no evaluation yet. See .docx

(2F) written in English in USA (Toru Nakagawa)
Interner search outputs 90 sites. Visiting sites quickly and applying the Site search, the sites are evaluated as: ◎ 6, ○ 11, □ 27, △24, -22. In the HTML page, top 68 sites are listed with their Evaluation symbol, site name, site URL, and number of pages hit by Site search. Some more details are shown in the .docx file .

[3] Examining the Changes in TRIZ-related Sites since 2008 (in Europe as Samples) (Toru Nakagawa)

Effectiveness of the annotated list of 'Selected 120 TRIZ Links in the world' (compiled by Nakagawa in May 2008) has been examined. And we get the conclusion that the list described 10 years ago is quite obsolete and we must carry out our surveys newly without trying to revise the old documents. See .docx

[4] WTSP Mails and Letters: Mar. 2019 (till mid Mar.) (Editor: Toru Nakagawa (WTSP Project Leader))

- An appeal was posted in Linked In
- TRIZ Sites written in Russian language in the whole world are surveyed by Nakagawa, and listed by Michael Orloff. TRIZ sites written in English in the whole world are surveyed by Nakagawa.

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Please take a look at the list of sites obtained in (2A) to (2F). While compiling them, I myself have found many interesting and important sites which I did not know before. At the same time, you may recognize some other good sites are missing in these lists.
Carrying out further surveys, describing the introductions of individual site, evaluating them, and editing them into World and Country WTSP Catalogs, are our jobs.

We have found a practical process for achieving our WTSP goals.
Let's work Together ! Connected !!
Best wishes, Toru

 


  Update of "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"   Mar. 31, 2019       (Apr. 9, 2019)

-- WTSP Mails and Letters: Mar. 2019. 
-- Preliminary Internet Searches (2) of TRIZ-relateed Sites in the world:  Sites writen in English and in Russian

  Toru Nakagawa ==> Many HP Readers (Apr. 2, 2019)    HP Update Announcement

 Similar to [WTSP] Letter (9), see above.

 

 

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