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Revision as of 14:36, 18 November 2012

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Risk Management

Future Risks

S/N Risk Statement Impact Likelihood Impact Level Mitigation Strategy Status
Resource Risk
1 No available server storage for photos taken from CMA
  • Inability to complete meaningful photo taking feature
  • Inability to download photo
High High
  • Search for complimentary storage
  • Make codes modular and dynamic in terms of storing photos
  • Utilize personal cloud storage account for this proof-of-concept
  • Personal cloud storage used as CMA is sourcing for its own alternative server storage
  • User experience is not compromised for now, but storage from CMA is required for future maintenance and sustainability
2 Unavailability of Internet connection to transfer photos from deployment machine to storage server
  • Inability of shoppers to download their photos in real time
Low High
Low
  • For offline mode: upload photos manually to mall social networking page accessible by shoppers
  • Implement File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to enable transferring of photos through internal network
  • FTP has been implemented for such situation
Schedule Risk
3 Inability to complete photo-taking narrative in time as two members will be unavailable in week 8
  • Delay in schedule
  • Delay in development
  • Compromised narrative
Medium High
  • Allocate minimum coding tasks for the iteration: more of refinement
  • Iteration to last from week 8 to week 9, design for narrative can be started in week 8 and implemented in week 9
  • Resolved: project has been completed in time
Usability Risk
4 Shoppers do not know how to respond to AlterSense
  • Compromised shoppers' experience
  • Reduced value proposition of AlterSense
Low Low
  • Adopt familiar interface e.g. countdown timer for photo taking
  • Insertion of speech bubble besides shopper's head to inform shoppers on how to respond
  • Instructions have been refined according to User Testing observation and feedback
  • Users picked up gestures quickly after the first one during UT2
Technical Risk
5 iOS6 incompatibility with Microsoft Tag scanner prohibits users from scanning tag
  • Compromised experience
  • Inability to access photo gallery
High
Low
Medium
Low
  • Use Microsoft QR code
  • Research on reasons for incompatibility
  • Recommend updates to Microsoft
  • New version compatible with iOS6 was launched in end October
  • Tested and working during UT2 on 5 November

Resolved Risks

S/N Risk Statement Impact Likelihood Impact Level Mitigation Strategy Status
Technology & Learning Risk
1 No library available for gender recognition
  • Development is delayed
High
Low
High
Low
  • Research on possible ways/algorithms to do gender recognition
  • Devise feasible way to determine gender
  • Learn, modify and integrate algorithm into application
  • Measurement taking provided us with clues of physical differences between male and female
  • Research supported primary findings from measurement taking sessions
  • Neural Network with backward propagation made gender recognition possible
  • Gender recognition based on physical features has been tested and worked at a minimum of 60% accuracy
2 Accuracy of gender recognition
  • Low product quality
High
Medium
High
Medium
  • Add more behavioural traits and characteristics as parameters to determine gender such as shape of clothes or heels elevation
  • Accuracy is more than 80% in controlled environment, based solely on physical parameters
  • Based on the theory of Neural Network, adding behavioural parameters are likely to improve its accuracy
3 No suitable gestures library that we can use
  • Development is delayed
  • Some features may have to be dropped
High
Low
High
Low
  • Write our own gesture library
  • Confident of writing own gesture library after implementing grabbing of spear & jabbing for previous requirement
4 Self-written motion gestures may be inaccurate/inconsistent/too difficult to perform.
  • Development is delayed
  • Some features may have to be dropped
High
Low
High
Low
  • Gather feedback consistently, assess written gestures and then decide whether to change them
  • Watch videos of Kinect games to learn how to make better motion gestures
  • Minimum gestures required for photo taking feature
5 Team is unfamiliar with working with new technology & tools
  • Development is delayed
  • Schedule is affected
High
Low
High
Low
  • Allow sufficient time for each member to learn the new technology and tools
  • Arrange weekly sessions to review on progress
  • Team is relatively familiar with Kinect SDK & C# now
6 Inability to refine overlaying of augmented background
  • Compromised shoppers' experience
Low Medium
Low
  • Adopt sample codes of image overlaying more closely
  • Consult Team Bazinga from FYP AY1112T2 for tips on overlay refinement
  • Outline has significantly been smoothed out
Scope Risk
7 Sponsor changes his requirements frequently
  • Core functionalities may not be able to be completed
  • Schedule is affected
Medium Medium
Low
  • Update sponsor consistently with the latest progress of project
  • Develop paper prototypes & proposal to ensure sponsor & team are on the same level of agreement
  • Divide huge tasks into smaller features that can be pushed out on a weekly basis
  • Completed confirmed features (gender recognition) first while re-negotiating scope
  • Scope was largely confirmed by the end of Iteration 2
8 Team overpromising new features
  • Schedule is affected
  • Compromise on core features
Medium Medium
Low
  • Prioritize list of functions in client’s requirements list before coming to an agreement with him
  • Photo taking has been confirmed as the most important feature for client
Development Risk
9 There is a critical bug that affects core functionalities
  • Core functionalities are not working
High High
Medium
  • Halt current development and focus on debugging
  • Forecast the features able to be completed & inform client of functionalities which cannot be completed
  • Core functionality is tested thoroughly before proceeding
  • Core functionality (gender recognition) is functioning at the moment
Schedule Risk
10 Team members have other commitments and different priorities
  • Team morale is low
Medium High
Low
  • Communicate & align individual member’s priorities & project priorities together
  • Set clear tasks together as a team every week
  • Mondays & Fridays have been allocated for meetings
  • Members to report on allocated task progress on every meeting, keeping members accountable