Demotech Research Structure
Demotech uses a specific Research Structure to guide its contributors and staff through the research process. This process doubles as a convention of reporting all demotech research as it is conducted on this research site (see All Designs)
Below, the Demotech Research Structure is outlined, with a brief description of what should be done and reported at each step. Depending on the specific research project, some or all of the steps are used.
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Targets as set for this item
- Urgent Questions
Addressing external expertise to solve these questions
- Literature Research
Research on all available sources on behalf of this item
- Search History
Relevant URL's as found with key words and value indication: ++,+,-,--
Here is a list of all sources we found for this topic, with a short description and some comments
Notes on relevant information retrieved from the search on internet
- Pilot Projects
Info on projects with a similar target as this item
Reports on interviews about this topic
- Conceptual Approach
Description of the general conceptual approach for this topic
- Conceptual elements
Description of separate elements of this conceptual approach
- Innovative elements
Listing the innovative elements on which copyright is based
Experiments done to check and further develop the conceptual elements
Description and outcome of calculations on behalf of this item
- Final Conclusions
Summary of findings in the research on this item
- Who Participated?
People and organizations that have been involved in this research