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Posted 06 September 2006 - 12:21 PM

In evaluation methods that cost tens of thousands of dollars or more, any amount of automation can contribute to significantly reducing cost. When it so happens that such methods require human judgment, the problem of automation becomes more challenging. This document first discusses, briefly, how the COTS Usage Risk Evaluation (CURE) method was partially automated with the help of a tool and then proposes a way of automating its most human-involved part by coding choices beforehand and then executing resolution strategies for different cases.

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