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Delphi technique

From Longman Business DictionaryDelphi techniqueDel‧phi tech‧nique /ˈdelfi tekˌniːk/ noun [singular] a method of asking SPECIALISTs (=people who know a lot about a particular subject) to say if and when something might happen in the future. The average of their opinions is used to judge how likely something is to happen
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