Risk Analysis as part of the Requirements Engineering Process

@inproceedings{Asnar2007RiskAA,
  title={Risk Analysis as part of the Requirements Engineering Process},
  author={Yudistira Dwi Wardhana Asnar and Paolo Giorgini},
  year={2007}
}
In software engineering, risk is usually considered and analyzed during, or even after, the system design. Countermeasures are elaborated and then accommodated as a refinement of the design, when a limited number of changes are still possible and they may introduce the problem of revisiting the initial requirements. In this paper, we propose a goal-oriented approach for modeling and reasoning about risk during the requirements analysis process. Risks are introduced and analyzed along the… CONTINUE READING

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