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Applying forty Principles is one of the most fundamental and powerful techniques of TRIZ. According to TRIZ all inventions are made out of only these forty principles. Putting differently, these forty principles can solve any contradiction found in any technical problem in the world. After studying several thousand IT inventions from US Patent database the author has come to a conclusion that the same principles can also be effectively applied to the problems in the field of IT.
A priliminary manuscript of this book was published by Technical Innovation Center (MA, USA) and was exhibited in "TRIZCON-2007" held in Louisville, KY, during April 2007. An overwhelming response from different parts of the world urged to release this revised edition. This edition fulfils all the deficiencies of the preliminary edition and incorporates all the feedbacks obtained from different sources.
The manuscript of the book was highly acclaimed by Dr. Toru Nakagawa (Prof. Informatics, OGU, Japan). The whole book has been translated into Japanese language by a group of highly qualified professionals led by Sozo Kaihatsu Initiative (Tokyo, Japan). The translated version was first exhibited in "The Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan" held in September 2008.
The book consists of 40 chapters, one chapter for each Inventive Principle. While illustrating the application of TRIZ principles the book cites about 100+ IT Patents, 150+ Case Highlights and 200+ Graphic Illustrations. The book includes an exhaustive index of 1500+ IT terms and their corresponding TRIZ principles.
The book consists of thousands of examples from different branches of Information Technology including Hardware, Software, Programming, Data processing, Data storage, Networking, Telecommunication, graphics, multimedia, Internet Technologies, Project management, Process and Quality control. The book is expected to be useful for IT professionals at all levels including software designers, solution developers, decision makers, analysts and architects in terms of solving their real life problems. The book intends to be an essential companion for TRIZ researchers, IT inventors and patent writers.
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Re: TRIZ Principles for Information Technology
The Japanese translation of the book was completed and a commercial Edition was displayed at Seventh Japan TRIZ Symposium, Sept. 8-10, 2011 at Yokohama.
Have a look at the Japanese Edition and CD Cover and Read more about the "Japanese Edition of the Book" in http://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/php/nakagawa/TRIZ/eTRIZ/eforum/e2011Forum/eMishraBook2011/eMishraBookProject3-1108.html at Dr. Nakagawa's TRIZ Home Page in Japan.