[sklug] Translation in Slovakian

Lars Brand alpinobombus na yahoo.de
Neděle Září 14 15:15:33 CEST 2003


for my GNU Project I need a translation of following text in to Slovakian. Can 
anybody help my? See: http://andax.sourceforge.net/
I'ts evailable in: Catalan, simple Chinese, traditional Chinese, Korean, 
Japanese, English, German, Italian
Many thanks!


The scientific background of Skidbladnir is known as "Theory of Inventive 
Problem Solving;" in English abbreviated as TIPS, in German and Russian known 
as TRIZ. The theory has its origins in 1946 with Prof. Altschuller, who at 
the time was a patent engineer for the army.

 The TIPS theory is based upon the principle that independent of scientific 
discipline or industrial area, abstracted problems and their solutions 
usually repeat themselves. When analyzing about 40.000 extraordinarily 
successful patents, it was found that all of these were based on roughly 40 
different solution principles only.

 Another basic principle of this theory is, that the evolution of technical 
systems is following certain tendencies and that essential innovation often 
requires an influx of scientific results from another area.

 The most well-known project to solve this and other problems with software is 
probably the TechOptimizer, which - like all the other applications in this 
field - is proprietary and very expensive.

 The following provides a very simple example for this:
 1. luminescent material converts UV light into visible light;
 2. fine ground/spread metal inhibits luminescence;
 3. before a moving part of an engine fails, small bits of metal are released 
into its oil.
 Combining these three facts easily leads to the idea that adding luminescent 
material to oil will allow determining when certain parts of machinery need 
to be replaced before they fail, because the luminescence in the oil will 

 Real situations are often much more complex and require a large database of 
effects, that has to be assembled from technical literature, which is a 
tedious and work-intensive task.

 Skidbladnir was written in C++ (QT), Perl, PHP and MySQL and it is published 
under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Compared to proprietary projects, 
Skidbladnir may have comparably few effects, but it already contains software 
effects; possibly as the first of its kind.

 Help is very welcome in any form; especially developers and users who give 
feedback are needed. Also more data about effects and access to real-life 
problems would be appreciated. 

Source: Brave GNU World - Number 49 Copyright © 2003 Georg C. F. Greve 
(greve na gnu.org) 

Skidbladnir - eine OpenSource "Computer-Aided Innovation" Toolbox unter: 
http://mitglied.lycos.de/altow/index.html bzw. 

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