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Extenics and Innovation Methods

1st Edition

Edited by Wen Cai, Chunyan Yang, Florentin Smarandache, Luigi Vladareanu, Qiaoxing Li, Guangtian Zou, Yanwei Zhao, Xingsen Li

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Society forges ahead in the process of solving various contradictory problems and it is ceaselessly innovating. It is the desire of mankind to use computers and computing networks to help deal with contradictory problems and to conduct innovative activities.

Using formal models to discuss object extension and the possibility of change, as well as the rules and methods for innovation, Extenics is applied to solving contradictory problems and has become the basic theory, method and instrument to achieve this goal. In the 30 years since the foundation of Extenics, researchers have built relatively complete theoretical systems —‘extension theory’, studied formal and modeling innovation methods —‘extension innovation methods’, and launched the applications in various fields such as information, design, automation and management etc. —‘extension engineering’. Extension theory, the extension innovation method and extension engineering jointly constitute the new discipline—Extenics. At the same time, the practical activities of engineering technology and management promote the integration of various innovation methods such as TRIZ and brainstorming etc.

This book collects together, from scholars in various fields, the research achievements in Extenics and innovation methods, in order to facilitate and promote the development of Extenics and the various innovation theories and methods, as well as to improve its innovative capacity in academic and business circles.

Table of Contents

Thirty years’ study on extension theory

W. Cai

Overview of extension innovation methods

C.Y. Yang

A decade of TRIZ research at ETRIA conferences

T.H.J. Vaneker

Generalizations in Extenics of the location value and dependent function from a single finite interval to 2D, 3D, and n-D spaces

F. Smarandache & M.L. Smarandache

New progress in extension theory

O.I. Şandru, L. Vladareanu, P. Şchiopu, V. Vladareanu & A. Şandru

Study on semantics of extension logic

Z.B. Chen

Research on the creative imitation innovation based on basic elements

H.M. Xiao & C.S. Cui

Process element on expansion of the random process’s mean function and variance function

F. Wang, J.C. Zhang & R.H. Li

Extension knowledge system

X.W. Pan, S.L. He, Y.L. Qi & H.L. Hu

Semantic extension distance in high dimension

Y. Zhang, J. Wang & Y. Zhao

Research progress in affair-element and its application

Z.M. Li, C.Y. Yang & J.J. Jiang

Evolutionary innovations of formalization and digitalization

W.W. Chen, J.C. Huang & X. Zhao

Extension framework to interpret human behavior

A.R. Upadhyay, R. Limaye, R.K. Choudhary & R.A. Khan

A personalized recommendation algorithm based on Extenics

Y. Ding, H. Gao & W. Liu

Research on building customer value ontology based on extension knowledge

X.L. Liang & W.H. Li

Data association rules mining based on extension theory

T.C. Wang, X.Y. Chen, S.S. Zhong & Z.D. Zhao

Mining model of contradictory information

R. Zhao, Y.Q. Yu & T. Zeng

Application of Extenics technology in SN method

J. Dong, G.T. Zou & Z. Zhang

On the systematic approach to enhance the quality of divergent thinking in an information age

A.L. Chen, W. Liu & X.S. Li

Intelligent knowledge discovery based on decision tree and extension theory

L.L. Zhang, J. Li, R. Ren, Y.B. Chen & Y. Shi

Build uniform content label for the next generation internet by Extenics

X.S. Li, Y. Shi, M. Yang, H.L. Zhang & C. Pang

Watermark techniques based on extension evaluation and SVR in multi-wavelet domain

C. Liu, Y.H. Shao & W. Chen

Extension hybrid force-position control of mechatronics systems

V. Vladareanu, O.I. Şandru, P. Şchiopu, A. Şandru & L. Vladareanu

Solving of the contradictory problem of the precision-stability by using the extension theory

A. Olaru

Extension theory applied to real time control for restoring robot dynamical equilibrium

N. Pop, L. Vladareanu & Z.M. Li

A variable cross-section method to obtain ideal basic shape for car body based on extension engineering

Y.Z. Li & X.M. Tan

Study on adaptive switching control for autonomous surface vehicle

M.H. Wang, Y.Q. Yu & W. Lin

Design of the stair-climbing stroller based on the extension innovative approach

X.W. Zhang, S.Y. Li, W.Y. Tang, S.Y. Cheng & C.Y. Yang

Coordination for regional water resource carrying capacities based on conduction effect

H.H. Hong, G.C. Jiang, Y.W. Zhao, W.G. Chen, L. He & H.W. Wang

Configuration design similarity analysis based on extension of case reasoning

Y.W. Zhao, H. Wang, W.G. Chen & H.H. Hong

Planning of regional mine and extension thinking modes

F. Gao, K.P. Zhou & H.W. Deng

Primary research on intelligent extension architectural programming based on extension big data mining

F. Lian & G.T. Zou

Discussion on the basic process of architectural design innovation based on Extenics

K.Q. Wang & G.T. Zou

Research on the architectural variable design based on the space element

T. Wang & J. Yao

Use Extenics to solve the problem of the deep device of vertical cultivators

P.H. Yang, F. Jiang, C.Y. Huang & J.M. Feng

The opposite problem analysis for city disaster prevention and reduction plan based on Extenics

G.N. Fu, G.T. Zou & L.J. Ding

Extension data classification mining oriented to interior design

H. Ma, G.T. Zou & W. Luo

Design “reappearance”—the extension architectural design analysis about spatial issues

M.H. Xue & G.T. Zou

Selection and evaluation of mechanical motion scheme based on extension theory

W.Y. Tang, S.Y. Li, X.W. Zhang & C.Y. Yang

An extension design model of product using process

J.J. Qin

Innovate the core tools of TRIZ and construct new contradiction solution matrix for footwear conceptual design by extension theories

G.W. Yang, M. Chen & C.J. Zhang

Innovative design of mechanical products based on VE/TRIZ

S.Y. Cheng, X.P. Wang, J.P. Zhou, T. Li, S.Y. Li & S.Y. Cheng

Research on “Requirement-Function” conversion model based-on interaction design theory

X. Yang, H.W. He, D.T. Zheng, C.L. Tang, Y.S. Feng & Z.X. Chen

Author index

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
COM051240
COMPUTERS / Software Development & Engineering / Systems Analysis & Design
TEC009000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Engineering (General)
TEC009060
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Industrial Engineering