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Expert Anti-Evaluation Model Based on Matter-Element Analysis in Fund Project Peer-Review System

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The article analyses several key issues which restrict the effectiveness of fund project peer review work. It analyses the evaluating theory and matter-element theory to access the expert anti-evaluation model, and also studies the expert anti-evaluation index system to support the anti-evaluation method. The practical basis is the true score data of the experts which is collected from the actual anti-evaluation in Liaoning province science and technology fund project peer review system. With the practical experience of the actual project, we prove that the expert index system anti-evaluation model and expert anti-evaluation method can improve the fund project peer review work and play a positive role for the peer review work and also make the review work more scientific and more rational.

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H. Li and Y. Dang, "Expert Anti-Evaluation Model Based on Matter-Element Analysis in Fund Project Peer-Review System," Intelligent Information Management, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2010, pp. 227-231. doi: 10.4236/iim.2012.23027.

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