The discrimination method for the transformation process of results of research projects into practical applications
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The purpose of this paper is to discuss the usage of discrimination tools in R&D activities especially in Innovative Programme. Based on these tools, in this paper is drawn up a method for project evaluation and their analysis. A case study has been adopted based on projects realized by ITeE-PBI in Radom within the PW-004 Multi-Year Programme. The main obtained results are following: selection of innovation project characteristics, evaluation of rank of project characteristics, prediction of launch data for a innovative solutions, sensitivity analysis. The presented results indicate that this mathematical tools can be very useful for innovation project analysis.
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