How to Invent

A Text for Teachers and Students
Besorgungstitel | Lieferzeit:3-5 Tage I
B. Edward Shlesinger
276 g
254x178x7 mm

Springer Book Archives
1 / Introduction.- 2 / Identification - "The Problem" - How to Find a Need and Develop a Solution.- 3 / Foundation - History and Classification as a Guide to New Ideas.- 4 / Data - What Is It?.- 5 / Data - Why Does It Exist?.- 6 / Data - Functions, Principles and use.- 7 / Imagination - Concept Definition.- 8 / Imagination - Combination and Substitution.- 9 / Imagination - Addition, Deletion and Rearrangement.- 10 / Imagination - Physical Force and Effect.- 11 / Limitations - The Conditions Imposed on Development.- 12 / Miscellaneous Aids in Inventing.- 13 / Summary of Invention Steps.- 14 / The History of Inventions in the United States.- 15 / Protecting the Invention.- Addendum: About the Author.
Men and women, young and old, frequently say to me "What we need is 'a-watcha-ma-call-it', why don't you work on it?" or "I've got an idea, you ought to think about it", or "The problem with this thing is-, why can't you invent something to solve it?" When people find that I am an inventor they somehow feel that I have the only set of keys which opens all doors. Not so! This book should provide a set for everyone. Each one of us has latent inventive ability, but most do not realize this because they imagine a few gifted people are inventive. Only after years of inventing did I realize that there is no great mystery involved and that anyone can invent if he or she follows a checklist until all the possibilities are ex­ hausted. My longtime desire has been to present to teachers and students everywhere, and at every level of education, a sim­ ple, practical, and methodical approach to invention and so increase manifold the ordinary person's creative ability. This book realizes that dream.

Kunden Rezensionen

Zu diesem Artikel ist noch keine Rezension vorhanden.
Helfen sie anderen Besuchern und verfassen Sie selbst eine Rezension.

Google Plus
Powered by Inooga