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[url removed, login to view] a ten to fifteen page paper that summarizes the concepts and 'laws of evolution' in your own words. Think about and give an example of something that evolved using each of the laws. Use the examples on each of the slides to get your thoughts started (but obviously do not use those examples in your paper, this should be your original thinking!)
2. Go to the [url removed, login to view] website and experiment selecting a feature you want to improve and a feature you do not want to worsen (use the Interactive TRIZ Contradiction Matrix on the right side of the main page).
Write a ten to fifteen page paper, select two different problems from your own experiences. Describe both problems, the improving principle and the principle that you do not want to worsen. Identify what the contradiction matrix identified as suggested principles, and describe each of the principles and if you think they helped guide you to a good possible answer to resolving the contradiction. What could that solution look like? Be sure to identify the Tool-Action-Object model in your analysis.
3. Think about your specific field and your specific interests within it as they relate to this course and topic. Write a five to seven page paper identifying possible new areas of research in your field or possible new areas of application given TRIZ thinking. Use this paper to close out your thoughts as well as push your thinking concerning this topic. Further, select one "law of evolution" from the textbook and analyze it within the context of your new research suggestion above. Push the solution into the theoretical realm. Think outside the box.
This is a reflective paper, use APA references if you are talking about the works of others, but the goal of the paper is to get your thoughts down not quote or paraphrase other authors.