Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (triz)

Figure 2. Limiting Effects of Psychological Inertia

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Figure 2. Limiting Effects of Psychological Inertia.

When we overlay the limiting effects of psychological inertia on a solution map covering broad scientific and technological disciplines, we find that the ideal solution may lie outside the inventor's field of expertise. This is seen in figure 3 where the ideal solution is electromechanical but is outside the experience of the mechanical engineer and so remains untried and may even be invisible. If problem solving was a random process, then we would expect solutions to occur randomly across the solution space. Psychological inertia defeats randomness and leads to looking only where there is personal experience.

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