At 12:54 PM 7/28/04 +0200, Josť M. Vicente Gomila wrote:Dear Yevgeny,
"However, I could not find a proper English suffix. TRIZist, TRIZian, TRIZer, etc sounded ugly. The contradiction: there should be a suffix and there is no proper suffix - was resolved as follows..."
If you read my paper "How TRIZ demonstrates again that research by trial and error can be very costly" in the TRIZ-Journal, there I explain a problem we often face: an information problem instead of an inventive problem. In your statement it is an informatin problem and not an inventive contradiction (there should be a suffix and we could not find a proper suffix)
"Suffix had to be taken from another language. However, it had to be such a suffix, which was familiar to the English speakers."
Here I agree there is an inventive contradiction: it is unfamiliar but it should be (sound) familiar
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At 11:18 PM 8/4/04 -0400, Yevgeny Karasik wrote:
I have read your paper.
I disagree with you that there is a clear distinction between inventive problems and information
If you read the editorial this month, it explains that most inventive problems are in fact
Most contradictions arise because we do not know something.
Research allows to find the missing piece of information and "overcome" the contradiction on
the way to invention.
In fact in most cases, contradictions are not "overcome" or "resolved" but just eliminated.
At 11:23 AM 8/5/04 +0200, Josť M. Vicente Gomila wrote
thanks for "losing" :-) time reading my paper, your comments, while direct, help me to learn more. Now my statement: according to your comments and editorials then why learn anything about TRIZ, it is better to do research like made since the prehistory.
At 02:27 PM 8/7/04 -0400, Yevgeny Karasik wrote:Dear Jose,