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the approach used to do something

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an acting technique introduced by Stanislavsky in which the actor recalls emotions or reactions from his or her own life and uses them to identify with the character being portrayed

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On the basis of these recommendations, the research applied the mapping method, the expert Delphi method and the standardised interview method for one case study.
On the basis of Fuzzy Delphi method, Chen (2014) studied mobile ads setup.
So far, we have used the Delphi method to consider perspectives and the dice (Monte Carlo simulation) to consider uncertainty.
Items effective for evaluating CG implementation were first validated by the Delphi method and then compared with one another and ranked based on the AHP model.
An international consensus study of neuroleptic malignant syndrome diagnostic criteria using the Delphi method.
The Delphi method involves repetitive response, discussion, and judgment among a panel of diverse experts and aims to result in sound collective opinion.
The Delphi method was developed in the 1950's with the purpose of soliciting expert opinion in order to reach consensus (Dalkey, Helmer, 1963).
The instrument for Round One of the Delphi method included six fundamental dimensions and 70 essential elements that the content experts felt characterized local Extension units.
Delphi method was applied to achieve expert's preferences regarding the requirements to be included in a GBRT.
Prospective study on rubber and plastic sector related with leather and foo-twear industry using Delphi method and structural analysis
Methods: A literature applicability equation was formulated through the Delphi method and the analytic hierarchy process.
The interactive (discussion) group, nominal group, and the Delphi method use the group knowledge of experts (although sometimes Delphi followed the 'wisdom of crowds' scenario; e.
The Delphi method is a systematic process through which experts reach consensus (Dawson & Brucker, 2001; Fletcher-Johnston, Marshall, & Straatman, 2011).