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Case Study: Level Crossing

17/11/2018 |

Darrell Mann

Humans can be pretty dumb sometimes. Everything the automotive industry does to make cars safer, we all compensate for by driving worse. There’s a similar phenomenon in the rail industry: the safer the level-crossing systems the rail industry … Read More

Multi-level Problem Solving

01/01/2007 |

Multi-level Problem Solving (MPS) is different from TRIZ despite the heavy TRIZ influence. The MPS is a skeleton of short algorithms, forming the basis for future discussion and development.Read More

The Real World: TRIZ In Two Hours For Undergraduate And Masters Level Students!

05/09/2006 |

Dr. Paul R. Filmore School of Computing, Communications & Electronics University of Plymouth, UK

ABSTRACT The reality of overloaded university syllabi is very limited time for introducing challenging and comprehensive concepts like TRIZ. This paper shares experience and knowledge, … Read More

Methodology for the Evaluation of the Innovation Level of Products and Processes

18/10/2005 |

By: Noel Leon, Jose Jesus Martinez and Carlos Castillo

Noel Leon, Prof. Dr., (Presenter) José Jesús Martínez, MSc., Carlos Castillo, MSc., Center for Innovation of Products and Technology, Tec de Monterrey, (CIDYT, ITESM) Tel. +52 81 81582012, … Read More

The Next Common Sense: Philosophy-Level Integration of TRIZ Into an Inegrated Business And Management Innovation Process

02/02/2005 |

By: Darrell Mann Systematic Innovation Ltd

Abstract The article describes a philosophy-level integration between different innovation-related methodologies. The article illustrates the high level of convergence between techniques that have started from quite independent roots. It also describes some of … Read More

Combination of ARIZ92 and NM (Nakayama, Masakazu) Method for the 5-th level problems

02/05/2003 |

By: Yoshiki Nakamura

Yoshiki Nakamura 6-39-15,Todoroki, Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan Sanno Institute of Management

Abstract Altshuller categorized problems into 5 levels based on types of applied knowledge. The TRIZ Standard Solutions are considered to be most suitable for solving problems … Read More

Dilemma Of A Radical Innovation – A New View on the Law of Transition to a Micro-Level

14/04/1999 |

First published in the Proceedings of the Altshuller Institute TRIZCON99

Victor Fey The TRIZ Group 248-538-0136 • Fax 248-538-9207 • E-mail:


Transition from solid structures to fragmented or finely dispersed media is one of the prevailing trends of … Read More


01/01/1998 |

by James Kowalick, Ph.D. Technical Director

The Leonardo da Vinci Institute (a division of RLI, Inc.) P.O. Box 659, 9907 Camper Lane Oregon House, California 95962 Voice: (916) 692-1944 Fax: (916) 692-1946

Revolution … Read More