Theoretical study of the quantitative analysis for the R&D process based on the modified Ising model: Cyclic Olefin Polymer of Zeon Corporation case study

@article{Hayashida2015TheoreticalSO,
  title={Theoretical study of the quantitative analysis for the R\&D process based on the modified Ising model: Cyclic Olefin Polymer of Zeon Corporation case study},
  author={H. Hayashida and H. Funashima and H. katayama-Yoshida},
  journal={2015 Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET)},
  year={2015},
  pages={1809-1822}
}
In this paper a quantitative model of process management is introduced for the continuous period focusing on the process until end of new business development from starting early research stage after idea creation. Many of researches have been done as a microscopic approach to understand the R&D management for many years. They focused on specific aspects of R&D to understand clearly, such as organization, leadership, process management, etc. It is quite difficult to overview the whole progress… Expand
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