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BigDataGrapes D8.2 - Experimental Protocols and Evaluation Methodology

Aikaterini Kasimati

The deliverable D8.2, “Experimental Protocols and Evaluation Methodology”, aims to define the experimental protocols and specify the evaluation methodologies that will be activated for each measurement during the execution of the application pilots. A report describing the experiments to be conducted and their parameters, along with the methodology for assessing the results of the experiments in accordance with the piloting plan. In conjunction with the activities of D8.1 “Piloting Plan”, the objective of this deliverable is to provide, in the first part, the experimental protocols to all the pilots, which will constitute instantiations of the use cases already been identified in WP2, and their evaluation methodologies.

Deliverable D8.2, “Experimental Protocols and Evaluation Methodology”, is based on the individual experimental protocols and evaluation methodologies of the following pilots: Table and Wine Grapes Pilot (AUA), Wine Making Pilot (INRA), Farm Management Pilot (ABACO & Geocledian), Natural Cosmetics Pilot (SYMBEEOSIS) and Food Protection Pilot (AGROKNOW). This document reports a detailed overview of the individual experimental protocols and evaluation methodologies for each of the five pilots. Information was directly provided by the pilot leaders to ensure the specificity of the guidelines, the smooth progress and evaluation of the measurements to be conducted.

This deliverable is to be periodically updated to take account of additional protocols and methodologies, measurements and data adopted during the project’s lifetime. This is the 2 nd version of the deliverable D8.2.

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