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Priority Re-setting for Future Core & Strategic Technologies in Agricultural and Environmental Science
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Priority Re-setting for Future Core & Strategic Technologies in Agricultural and Environmental Science
Cho, Keun-Tae; Joo, Jin-Ho; Ok, Yong-Sik; Shin, Bong-Chul; Kim, Jee-Yong; Lee, Jong-In;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study was to set priority for future core technologies in agricultural and environmental science using analytic hierarchy process(AHP). Forty-six technologies were derived by specialist meetings. Evaluation criteria, for setting the priority were decided as `technology`, `marketability`, and `public`. Eighteen specialists in agricultural and environmental science answered to the questionnaire for AHP. As the results, `technology` was decided as the most important evaluation criterion. The `Feasibility` in `technology` criterion, `Market Growth` in `marketability` criterion, and `Impact to other industry` in `public` criterion were decided as sub-criteria in each criterion. The most important technology was `Risk assessment of toxic heavy metals and establishment of accreditation criteria for environmentally friendly agricultural products.
 Keywords
Analytic Hierarchy Process(AHP);Future Core & Strategic Technology;Agricultural and Environmental Science;
 Language
Korean
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