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D1.1: Representation of Risks in Online Communities

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  • Bassem Nasser
  • Vegard Engen
  • Mariusz Jacyno
  • Simon Crowle
  • Bharat Sahani
  • Joerg Fliege
  • Thanos Avramidis
  • Edwin Tye
  • Philippa Hiscock
  • Matthew Rowe
Publication date2011
Place of publicationSouthampton
PublisherIT Innovation
Number of pages99
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This report addresses risk representation, identification, assessment and forecasting in online communities. The goal is to set the corner stone for a framework that enables proactive management of risks and opportunities. The research results shown in this document cover risk evaluation techniques as well as risk management principles. This report is deliverable D1.1.