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"Keep on the lookout for novel
ideas that others have used successfully.
Your idea has to be original only
in its adaptation to the problem
you're working on".
Thomas Edison (1847-1931)

     Today, evolution of science and technology has reached tremendous rate. Major breakthroughs in sciences, technology, medicine, and engineering make our everyday life more and more comfortable. Today it is nearly impossible to find an engineer who does not use complex mathematical tools for formal modeling of design products, CAD systems for modeling and drawing, electronic handbooks and libraries, and the Internet to find necessary data, information,and knowledge.
     But what happens when we need to invent a radically new solution? To generate a new idea? To solve a problem when no known problem solving methods provide results? To predict and roadmap future generations of products and technologies? What tools and methods do we have to cope with these situations? It happens that when it comes to producing new ideas, we still heavily rely on thousands-years-old trials and errors method. It is good when a new brilliant and
     feasible idea is born quickly. But what price we have to pay for it most of the time? Wasting time, money and human resources. Can we afford this today, when competition is accelerating every day and capability to innovate becomes a crucial factor of survival? Certainly, not. But if there is anything that can help?
     Fortunately, the answer is “yes”. To considerably improve innovative process and avoid costly trials and errors, leading innovators use TRIZ, a scientifically-based methodology for innovation.
     Relatively little known outside the former Soviet Union before the 90th, it rapidly gained popularity at world-leading corporations and organizations, among which are DSM, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Motorola, NASA, Procter & Gamble, Philips, Samsung, Siemens, Unilever, just to name a few. This article presents a brief overview of TRIZ and some its techniques with focus on technological applications of TRIZ.

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> Contradiction Matrix
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