Risk Taxonomy in Bayesian Networks for Software Project Risk Assessment

The work will define a risk taxonomy to apply to existing and new models (Bayesian nets) for software project risk assessment. We will also develop a tool to help develop, manage and use models applying the risk taxonomy. We also analyse extending this approach to other disciplines.

  • project number: WAR/342/123
  • period – 5/2008-5/2010
  • role – sole investigator
  • project partner – Queen Mary, University of London
  • funding
  • British Council
  • Ministry of Science and Higher Education (in Poland)

Related publications

  1. Radliński Ł., RRP2BN – A Method for Generating Bayesian Nets from Risk Response Plan, in Project Management. Selected Issues, Szyjewski Z., Swacha J., Eds., Szczecin: Zapol, 2010, pp. 133-154.
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  2. Fineman M., Fenton N., Radlinski L., Modelling Project Trade-Off Using Bayesian Networks, in Proc. International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Software Engineering, Wuhan, 2009, pp. 1-4.
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  3. Radliński Ł., Fenton N., Causal Risk Framework for Software Projects, in Information Systems Architecture and Technology. IT Technologies in Knowledge Oriented Management Process, Wilimowska Z., Borzemski L., Grzech A., Świątek J., Eds., Wrocław, Poland: Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Wrocławskiej, 2009, pp. 49-59.
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  4. Radlinski L., Improved Software Project Risk Assessment Using Bayesian Nets, PhD Thesis , Queen Mary, University of London, 2008.
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