Altshuller's Table of Contradicitons

  1. Formulate design problem using Altshuller's Parameters.
  2. Look up feature to improve and undesired result in the Table of Contradictions.
  3. In intersecting cells, look up Inventive Principles to apply.

Features to Improve #1-20 vs. Undesired Result #1-13.

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Features to Improve #1-20 vs. Undesired Result #14-26.

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Features to Improve #1-20 vs. Undesired Result #27-39.

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Features to Improve #21-39 vs. Undesired Result #1-13.

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Features to Improve #21-39 vs. Undesired Result #14-26

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Features to Improve #21-39 vs. Undesired Result #27-39.

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