Risk analysis

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For each risk we give the probability of it occurring (1-10) and the impact (1-3, with 1 being minor, and 3 being project killer). A mitigation is provided for any risk with an impact of 3, or where the product of likelihood and impact is greater than 10.

Risk register

Description Likelihood Impact Risk Mitigation
Some features of modern processors cannot be superoptimized. 7 2 14 Attempt to identify ways of applying to these features.
Computational demand is too high. 5 3 15 Focus on optimal algorithms. Ensure adequate compute power.
Project is too complex for 4 months. 5 2 10 Tight project management (weekly meetings).