A profitability index for alternative research projects
AbstractSuccess in research is supposed to be achieved by success in just one of a number of alternative research projects. The problem is investigated on how to allocate research effort to minimise the expected cost to success. The optimal strategy is determined by a profitability index attached to each project.
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