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TRIZ Principle 6: Universality

The TRIZ universality principle states that any given system can be decomposed into a small number of basic elements, or "building blocks." These building blocks are universal in nature and can be found in systems across a wide range of disciplines. By understanding the universality of these building blocks, we can develop more comprehensive and integrated solutions to complex problems. The Swiss Army knife is a classic example of the TRIZ universality principle in action. Its multiple functions and features are all derived from a small number of basic elements, such as the blade, handle, and screws. Similarly, the TRIZ method itself is based on a small set of universal principles that can be applied to any system. Thanks to its universality, the TRIZ method is an powerful tool for solving complex problems.

The TRIZ universality principle states that any given system can be decomposed into a small number of basic elements, or "building blocks."

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