You can access the distribution details by navigating to My Print Books(POD) > Distribution
Some of the important problems in anti-virus applications are, (i) problem of detecting stealth viruses, (ii) problem of slowness of virus scanning, (iii) problem of detection of new viruses, (iv) problems in extracting virus signatures from complex/ metamorphic viruses, (v) problems in fast distributing virus signatures to clients, (vi) problem of eliminating false positives and false negatives, (vii) problem of managing the anti-virus program code in a continuously changing environment, (viii) problem of scanning compressed, encrypted and password protected files, (ix) problem of scanning realtime network traffic, (x) protecting secrets of scanning technologies from virus writers and anti-virus competitors etc..
TRIZ can help solving some of the strong challenges faced by the anti-virus developers, such as overcoming limitations of current generation anti-virus programs, staying ahead of the virus creators and other anti-virus developers and finding all new possibilities of solving the malware problem. TRIZ believes that all systems, including computers, operating systems, software and anti-virus, are moving towards an ideal stage that is full of only useful functions and devoid of any weaknesses. The book illustrates application of various TRIZ techniques such as Contradictions, Resources, Trends, Ideality, S-Fields, Inventive Standards and Inventive Principles in the course of explaining various patented and non-patented anti-viral solutions.
Hence the solution is not to detect or vaccinate the known viruses but to implement vaccines for the future age viruses that are not yet born. The anti-virus programmers stay behind because they don’t know the future strategy of the virus creators and the possible characteristics of the future viruses. TRIZ can help the anti-virus developers to see the characteristics of the future viruses and forecast the futuristic problems that are not yet seen or known. As the virus developers have access to all the technologies and infrastructure (like compilers, code generators, Internet etc.) that the anti-virus developers have access to, it is only the matured techniques of TRIZ that can help the anti-virus developers to win over their opponents.
Check more details about the book at http://trizsite.tk/trizsite/trizresource/trizforavbook.asp. For discounts in bulk purchases please contact the author umakant(at)trizsite.tk or umakant(at)journalsite.tk.
Umakant Mishra was born in 1963 at Puri (India), later settled in Bangalore (India) in 1996, University Topper in Graduation, Master in Philosophy (MA), Master in Business Administration (MBA), Bachelor in Law and Logic (LLB), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer +Internet (MCSE+I), Certified Novell Engineer (CNE), Cleared Exams of all seven papers of CNE in just eight days (possible world record), Master Certified Novell Engineer (MCNE), Certified Intranet Manager (CIM), Certified Internet Professional (CIP), Certified Internet Business Strategist (CIBS), Certified Web Designer (CWD), Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), Certified Software Test Manager (CSTM).
Umakant started his career as a Programmer during 1986 in DANIDA, later worked as Senior Programmer, Senior Systems Analyst, Information Systems Manager and Chief Systems Architect in different International organizations. During 1999 he was coordinating the IT operations in Asian country programs for ActionAid as Asia-Regional IT Coordinator.
He co-founded CREAX Information Technologies Pvt. Ltd. in 2000 (Bangalore, India), served as Director and Chief Technology Officer of CREAX till his separation in 2004. During this period he was attracted towards TRIZ. He is fond of studying patents, has analyzed several thousand IT patents during past 13 years, written more than a hundred articles on TRIZ and IT, developed various TRIZ software, created some websites on TRIZ (trizsite.tk etc.) and maintaining the sites voluntarily.
He authored the book "TRIZ Principles for Information Technology" which was first published by Technical Innovation Center (MA, USA) in 2007. The revised and enlarged edition of the book was published in Jan 2010. The book was translated into Japanese language by Sozo Kaihatsu Initiative (Tokyo, Japan), under the expert guidance of Dr. Toru Nakagawa (Prof. Informatics, OGU, Japan). The Japanese edition of the book was first exhibited in "The Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan" held in September 2008.
Umakant has also authored another book “Improving Graphical User Interface using TRIZ” published in December 2009. He is currently working on few more books on integrating "TRIZ” and “Software". More about Umakant is available at http://umakant.trizsite.tk.