Description of the Determination Processes for the Typical Research and Development Intensity Normative Indicators

Sergey Novikov, Andrey Sazonov


The article is devoted to description of the determination processes for the typical research and development (R&D) intensity normative indicators. In the theoretical part, the authors consider the standards system formation and labor costs norms for R&D. The main composit element (CE) hierarchy of the R&D technology is given. The scheme of the development algorithm for the R&D labor costs standards is drawn. The labor costs norming technique for research works is considered. The procedure for determining the labor costs normative volume for a standardized object is determined. In the research part, the article’s authors examined the automated system components used to determine labor intensity forecast indicators in the product life cycle information support. The process of determining the normative labor costs volume based on eight consecutive stages is presented. The database composition necessary for the product life cycle information support is described. Modules for projects’ planning and monitoring in the automated system framework are considered structurally. The modules’ composition used for the analysis of production systems and forecasting production economic indicators is determined. The regulatory requirements for the production’s modules for technological support and technical regulation are given as part of the automated system work for determining labor intensity forecast indicators in the product life cycle information support. The article concludes with an algorithm for estimating the R&D work clusters’ cost and the aircraft’s distributed systems creation and development.

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Research in World Economy
ISSN 1923-3981(Print)ISSN 1923-399X(Online)


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