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Project Management Model Based On Consistency Strategy For Blockchain Platform

Eunhee Lee, Yong Ik Yoon
Published 2019 · Computer Science

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In Korea, a budget of tens of trillion won is put into the national R & D project every year [1]. Thanks to continuous technology and industrial development, Korea’s ICT industry is gaining global attention. National R & D projects manage R & D projects in order of Planning - Evaluation - Management – Project results. In Korea, the R & D cycle process is diverse from the planning stage to the research results manager stage. In other words, we manage planning and evaluation by different departments and institutions. This type of management leads to problems such as redundant planning, insufficient sharing of research results, and duplicate submission. Currently, NTIS (National Technology Information Service) provides to address issues of redundancy and sharing. However, the NTIS’s review of project redundancy is centered on keywords and does not provide information on the planning stage. This situation leads to redundant planning by ministries and closed management of research results. Therefore, we propose a platform that can easily share project planning information, review project redundancy, share research results, and check duplication of research results using block chain technology, which many experts and entrepreneurs refer to as future innovative technologies. In this paper, we propose a platform called Perfect Sharing Project Platform (PSPP). We describe that PSPP can achieve excellent research results through information sharing of project process. To support the perfect sharing, this platform uses a new notion of consensus algorithm, called POA (Proof of Atomicity). This platform is suitable for sharing information.
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