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Title: Automatic Patent Classification According to the TRIZ Inventive Principles
Authors: HE CONG
Keywords: automatic patent classification, TRIZ, TRIZ Inventive Principles
Issue Date: 22-Feb-2008
Citation: HE CONG (2008-02-22). Automatic Patent Classification According to the TRIZ Inventive Principles. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: TRIZ (the Russian acronym for Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) is a systematic approach to creativity. In contrast to traditional inventors, the inventors using TRIZ are not only interested in searching for inventions in related areas (or prior art) to identify the similarity and dissimilarity of their invention, but also for analogous inventions in other fields that have solved the same technical Contradiction by using the same method(s) (namely, TRIZ Principles). To facilitate the searching of patents for TRIZ users, patents are required to be classified according to the methodologies (or Principles) used in the patents and the Contradictions involved in the patents. Manual TRIZ-based patent classification is a time-consuming process. With the rapid increase of patents worldwide, there is an urgent need to develop an automatic TRIZ-based patent classification system. Havenb
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