Denis Cavallucci

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The theory of inventive problem solving (TRIZ) was developed to solve inventive problems in different industrial fields. In recent decades, modern innovation theories and methods proposed several different knowledge sources, whose use requires extensive knowledge about different engineering domains. In order to facilitate the use of the TRIZ knowledge(More)
Within the scope of Computer Aided Innovation, it is commonly agreed that problem formulation remains in need of robust improvement. Prior to this, means of conducting and representing problems are needed, so as the way a software implementation would help designers, for instance, in decision making. Our approach presents the originality of including the(More)
In their work on the C-K theory, Le Masson et al talk about the passage from R&D to RID, claiming that R&D in the era of innovation must revise its practices to adapt to the changes that have given birth to this new industrial paradigm. The authors speak of ‗performance logic' as an incontrovertible step in this evolution without going any further into(More)