Asked 26th May, 2023

What is the overlap points of triz theory and the electrical and computer engineering and computer sciences?

what is the overlap points of triz theory and the electrical and computer engineering and computer sciences? the innovation methodology triz theory can be searched by keyword "triz",and refer to methods related to tenological innovation stimuli methods, what is its applications and examples in electrical and computer engineering and computer sciences?
can you help me to find materials and books?especially about applications and examples.

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Jim Overbyiii
James Overby & Associates
I have made a living as a consultant for years using these techniques from TRIZ. (I independently invented Service Oriented Architecture [SOA] and Model Driven Design [MDD] to make practical the results generated.) Unfortunately, the major sticking point is "functional normalization", in other words identifying when a functional entity is performing the same function and/or quantifying how much similarity exists so a decision can be made on the best implementation to be used redundantly.
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