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TRIZ Intermediary Principle

TRIZ, or "theory of inventive problem solving," is a systematic approach to problem-solving that seeks to find the next evolutionarily step in creating solutions. One of the key concepts of TRIZ is the idea of an intermediary, or something that can temporarily perform an action in order to achieve a desired result. For example, if you need to remove liquid from a vessel, you can either build in a tipping mechanism or bring in a pump when it is needed. This concept of using an intermediary to perform an action can be applied to a wide range of problems, making TRIZ a powerful tool for anyone who is looking to take their problem-solving skills to the next level.

One of the key concepts of TRIZ is the idea of an intermediary, or something that can temporarily perform an action in order to achieve a desired result

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