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 Title & Authors
Development of a Software Do-TRIZ for TRIZ Learning
Kim, Eun-Gyung; Koo, Bon-Chul; Kim, Young-Jin;
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 Abstract
TRIZ is a theory of inventive problem solving. Recently the importance of creative capabilities is being emphasized and many successful cases using TRIZ are being introduced, therefore interest in TRIZ has been increasing. But TRIZ is not easy to learn alone compared to other creative thinking tools. Although it is effective to learn TRIZ through various cases, it is not easy for beginners to experience those many cases. Therefore, we developed a software called Do-TRIZ for TRIZ learning. Do-TRIZ provides descriptions and various examples of key concepts to make it easier for beginners to learn TRIZ. Also, the learners can add new cases continuously on Do-TRIZ. Especially, process-based problem solving modules have been implemented on Do-TRIZ, in order to make it possible to solve problems based on technical contradiction, physical contradiction, and IFR(Ideal Final Result). The learners can use the modules to solve their problems and to share the results. Also, we implemented Do-TRIZ Memo app that works with Do-TRIZ.
 Keywords
TRIZ;Technical Contradiction;Physical Contradiction;IFR;Do-TRIZ;Do-TRIZ Memo;
 Language
Korean
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