The idea of this WUMM subproject ist to set up a TRIZ Social Network (TSN) similar to our attempt to set up a Social Network for the Computer Algebra community.
The main source are different RDF files collected within the WUMM RDFData
subproject. For the moment the
People and the
TRIZ-Summit-2019 data is mirrored (due to performance
reasons) and links are produced to view this data.
For each person listed in the data base a URI is created to reference this person in subsequent files (in particular as speakers in conference reports). We store only spare information and encourage people to add more information, in particular links to their homepages.
On the MATRIZ website a list of certifies TRIZ specialists is published. The list is maintained at https://www.nanoq.pl/matriz_database/all/ and can easily be analyzed for statistical information. Below you find a statistics of the 31894 certified specialists per country as of 2021-02-11.
|Country||All||Level 1||Level 2||Level 3||Level 4||Level 5|
|Republic of Korea||18879||12731||5285||829||25||9|
A special function within the TSN could be overviews about past conferences,
i.e., to have a single source of reference, what were the talks, where to find
papers and slides etc. In the RDFData
subproject there is a subfolder
Conferences that contains such information in RDF format compliant with
Linked Open Data rules about TRIZ conferences (for the moment only about the
TRIZ Summit 2019 in Minsk). As proof of concept this information is
extracted and displayed at our Conference
What I learned so far the main Conferences in the area are
As far as I understand most of new TRIZ-relevant information can be found in different Facebook channels as