TRIZ Based Problem Solving of Tile Manufacturing System
This paper presents two approaches to initial problem description. First approach is constructed and used on the ad hoc basis during short meeting with an expert. Second is an upgrade to the first, constructed during study of a problem following later on after the meeting with the expert. Ad hoc approach or method is composed out of elements of TRIZ tools that are possible to be applied immediately in conversation or with a support of quick sketches on paper. Developed method extends utilization of tools introduced in ad hoc method and adds new tools to form a complete picture of problem description. Both approaches have their uses, but there are some elements from extended study, which can be introduced into ad hoc method for its improvement without endangering its necessary operability.
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