Data from Study_Approaches to evaluating the complexity of an engineered system

This dataset contains fourteen documents (PDF) and one data file (csv) detailing the set up and results of a research study entitled "Approaches to evaluating the complexity of an engineered system".

This study took place between 12 August 2020 and 3 September 2020 and explored the relative strengths and weakness of two candidate tools for evaluating system complexity: (1) the Thales Group "Complexity Profiler" and (2) the novel "Complexity Register". The study used mixed methods (a virtual, tabletop exercise, a repeated questionnaire and one-on-one interviews with participants).

Creator(s) Seth Bullock, Matthew Potts
Publication date 11 Nov 2020
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government Licence for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.107w22ya96h272t37pq5ox2pkp
Complete download (zip) https://data.bris.ac.uk/datasets/107w22ya96h272t37pq5ox2pkp/107w22ya96h272t37pq5ox2pkp.zip
Citation Seth Bullock, Matthew Potts (2020): Data from Study_Approaches to evaluating the complexity of an engineered system. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.107w22ya96h272t37pq5ox2pkp
Total size 2.4 MiB

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