Risk Analysis, Assessment, and Prioritization looks at how you can manage conflicts at system levels, but it can also be applied to lower level assessments. How do you manage and document conflict, along with alternatives? In analyzing alternatives, you must consider risks. In this course, we'll look into how to analyze risk, evaluate risk, document risks, and use this information for prioritization of requirements. Qualitative and Quantitative approaches will be covered.
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A solid course with some very interesting readings/papers selected. A good, concise, brief overview as to the domain of risk analysis with a particular emphasis on software engineering risks.
Excellent course. The information was presented clearly. The quizzes captured the essential points documented and stated by the instructor.
Thank you, the material provided is quite simple and easy to understand. Hopefully it will be useful in the future, amen.
material and explanation is very easy to understand!
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