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The new concept: specialised standard fund of creation ideas.

1. INTRODUCTION

Creation and creativity embody multiple and various aspects. Thus, the ampleness and diversity of the preoccupations of the field (Belous, 1992; Bartzer, 2003; Chao & Liu, 2000; Chao, 2002; Gherghel, 2003a; Gherghel, 2005; Gherghel, 2006b; Hayashi & Okamoto, 1999; Lilly, 1993; Wang, 2007; Wang & Xiao, 2001; Zhao & Gao, 2007).

In order to render the knowledge involving creation/ creativity valuable, creators can observe at least the S strategies listed by the author in his paper (Gherghel & Seghedin, 2006a). However, to generate new solutions of technical systems and of the components inside their structure, it is necessary to establish a series of creation methodological tools MT, which can frequently be used, even during current, casual, effective conception and design, by beginner designers, with less experience (Gherghel, 2004a; Gherghel & Seghedin, 2006a). At this stage, the author has identified, elaborated, defined, described and exemplified the creation methodological tools, listed in the paper (Gherghel & Seghedin, 2006a). Among these tools, a special importance is given to, the specialised standard fund of creation ideas ". That is why the paper briefly presents the author's concept: "specialised standard fund of creation ideas" .

2. THE CONCEPT SPECIALISED STANDARD FUND OF CREATION IDEAS

The specialised standard fund of creation ideas is a methodological tool that can be defined as a sufficiently large collection of ideas specific to a certain creation system or subsystem, ideas that are identified, selected and systematized, so that they are satisfactory in the universality of situations found in creation, current conception-design of the technical systems, and industrial environments (Gherghel, 2004a; Gherghel & Seghedin, 2006a).

The specialised standard fund of creation ideas can be obtained from the specialised individual fund or funds of creation ideas, from which the excessively personal creation ideas are eliminated, those with low creative potential, those used at low frequency and the laborious ones.

The relationship between the individual funds and the standard funds of creation ideas can be represented by the conceptual graphical model, suggested in the paper (Gherghel, 2004a) and reconsidered in fig. 1. The specialised standard fund of creation ideas can coincide or not with the specialised individual fund (funds) of creation ideas.

The specialised standard fund of creation ideas is open, has an evolutional and dynamic character, can be developed, completed, and reconsidered.

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In this fund, the methods, techniques, steps, approaches, and, possibly, the creation procedures are part of specific creation ideas of different forms, from which we recommend schemes. In the paper (Gherghel & Seghedin, 2002), these schemes have been named by the author "schemes of the creation process". Subsequently, in the papers (Gherghel, 2003a; Gherghel, 2003b), the author also denominated "systemic models (graphs) of the creation process". Fig 2 resumes to the systemic graphical model of the creation processes (Gherghel, 2003a; Gherghel, 2003b; Gherghel, 2004a; Gherghel & Seghedin, 2006a; Gherghel, 2006b).

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For the elaboration, set up and establishment of the specialised funds of creation processes/ideas, one can use all the "systemic graphical model of the creation process" options, suggested in the papers (Gherghel, 2004a; Gherghel, 2006b). Taking into account that this fund is addressed to specialists, as well as considering the spatial and financial grounds, in the published papers, the variants may be used without drawings, sketches, schemes especially the variant in fig. 2.

Also, even though initially it has been proceeded to describing/ interpreting and individually exemplifying the creation processes' schemes, yet describing/ interpreting and individually exemplifying can be dropped, taking into account the fact that this fund is addressed to specialists, and considering the spatial and financial grounds. At this point, or later, a few representative examples could be selected.

The specialised standard fund of creation ideas has a great importance, multiple advantages, a wide usefulness all detailed in the papers (Gherghel, 2004a; Gherghel, 2004b; Gherghel, 2004c; Gherghel & Seghedin, 2006a). This fund makes the work of the creator much easier, it considerably facilitates the selection of methods, techniques, steps and creation approaches with a high creative potential, which are frequently used in the considered domain, in order to reach a certain performance, a certain objective in a given situation, to create a new solution. The specialised standard fund of creation ideas helps to stimulate and develop technical creation in various domains/ sub-domains.

The elaboration of the specialised standard fund of creation ideas can be made by observing the methodology suggested by the author in the paper (Gherghel, 2004a).

3. APPLYING THE FUND

The concept has already been applied by the author to elaborate the specialised standard fund of creation ideas in the field of technological devices, as well as for the sub-domains corresponding to the components inside these devices' structures (Gherghel & Seghedin, 2002; Gherghel, 2004b; Gherghel, 2004c; Gherghel & Seghedin, 2006a; Gherghel, 2006b; Gherghel, 2007).

In order to apply "the specialised standard fund of creation ideas" to create new solutions (variants) of technical systems, subsystems and components, the strategies suggested in the paper (Gherghel & Seghedin, 2006a) can be used.

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