Definitions for "Invention"
The act of finding out or inventing; contrivance or construction of that which has not before existed; as, the invention of logarithms; the invention of the art of printing.
That which is invented; an original contrivance or construction; a device; as, this fable was the invention of Esop; that falsehood was her own invention; she patented five inventions.
Thought; idea.
a growing field and discovering more about it can prove to be very edifying
a intriguing business and studying more about it can be extremely fulfilling
a intriguing industry and studying more about it is extremely advantageous
Bach's title for 30 short imitative keyboard works (from 1720-23) in two and three parts. While Vitali and Bonporti also used the term "invention," their works are very different; today the term is used almost exclusively in reference to Bach.
fairly short keyboard piece
In music, an invention is a short composition (usually for a keyboard instrument) with two-part counterpoint. (Compositions in the same style as an invention but using three-part counterpoint are known as sinfonias. Some modern publishers are erroneously calling them "three-part inventions" to avoid confusion with symphonies.)
a result of intellectual activity of people in any technological sphere See also: utility model;
a form of intellectual property
a technological leap from one state to another
a new, inventive (non-obvious),industrial-applicable and statutory (not excluded) teaching
a teaching about controllable cause-effect relations of natural forces
a teaching on how to use controllable natural forces to achieve a causally overseeable success which is without mediation by human reason the immediate result of controllable natural forces
a product that comes about through product innovation
A canon of rhetoric that addresses the production of discourse.
a piece of information
A short, contrapuntal piece.
a soul or principle, which has found a material means of evincing its existence and character
a major one if it provides the basis for extensive applications and improvements (e
a specific application of a discovery or truth
an increment in the set of total knowledge of a society, which is in turn the union of sets of individual technical knowledge
An article or process that is created rather than discovered and generally goes beyond previously known technology.
Keywords:  contribution, art
a contribution to the state of the art
Keywords:  decision, well
a decision made well