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Book Review: The Ideal Result

19/10/2015 |


Jack Hipple is a very popular TRIZ instructor. He works with the Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering societies, with his own clients, and with groups at conferences around the world on TRIZ for management as well as engineering applications. … Read More

Statistics on Ideal Final Result

01/01/2010 |

Are there any statistics (or even guesstimates) about how often the ideal final result is achieved when it is identified? What qualifies it as being a success?Getting to the ideal?Getting fartherRead More

Entropy and the Ideal Final Result

04/08/2008 |

Every specific design of a system intended to fulfill requirements can be seen as a micro-state. Design degeneracy is a type of entropy that can be defined as the number of designs available to fulfill a certain set of requirements.Read More

Solving Problems With Method of the Ideal Result

14/07/1999 |

First published in the Proceedings of the 11th Quality Function Deployment Symposium,Novi, MI, USA, June, 1999

IouriBelskiDepartmentof Communication and Electronic Engineering,Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Melbourne, Victoria,Australia.Fax: +61 3 9662 1060; E-mail:

Using the Ideal Final Result to Define the Problem to Be Solved

14/06/1998 |

Ellen Domb, Ph.D. The TRIZ Institute, 190 N. Mountain Ave., Upland, CA 91786 USA +1(909)949-0857 FAX +1(909)949-2968

In the first tutorial on the Ideal Final Result (Ref. 1) we stopped at the point where the Ideal Final … Read More

Brain, Computer and the Ideal Final Result

05/11/1997 |

By Kalevi Rantanen TRIS OY Brahenk. 9 E 18 FIN-20100 TURKU, FINLAND phone/fax +358 2 251 1623 E-mail:


Two features characterize top class companies who produce Word Class quality: customer approach and creativity. The need … Read More

The Ideal Final Result: Tutorial

02/02/1997 |

by Ellen Domb, Ph.D. The PQR Group, 190 N. Mountain Ave. Upland, CA 91786 USA (909) 949-0857 FAX (909)949-2968 e-mail:

All the methodologies for teaching TRIZ agree that the technical problem must be well-defined before any of the technical … Read More