HUGIN software products including HUGIN Graphical User Interface, HUGIN Decision Engine and HUGIN app have been developed with financial support from the following companies and institutions (see also list of projects):
Regional funds of the European Union through Life Science Innovation North
Denmark’s Sundhedsteknologiske Service Program (https://www.lifescienceinnovation.dk/).
European Commission, Eurostars, Innovationsfonden (Denmark) and Technology Development Fund (Iceland)
2016 – 2019
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme ([FP7/2007-2013]) under grant agreement no 609382
2013 – 2017
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme ([FP7/2007-2013]) under grant agreement no 308428
2012 – 2017
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme ([FP7/2007-2013]) under grant agreement no 619209.
2014 – 2016
The CamVac project was supported by The Danish Counsil for Strategic Research.
2010 – 2013
The BIOTRACER project was supported by the European Commission through grant FP6-2006-FOOD-036272
Prepatory action 113700 on ‘Enhancement of the European industrial potential in the field of Security Research 2004-2006’ (PARS)
IST-2001-34508 project, fifth framework
2002 – 2005
ESPRIT 4 Project 28584 ADVanced On-board diagnosis and Control of semi-Autonomous mobile sysTEms (ADVOCATE)
1998 – 2000
ESPRIT 4 project 29105, Fourth Framework Programme – BAKE/Bayesian Knowledge Extractor
1998 – 2000
ESPRIT 4 Project 28932, Fourth Framework Programme
1998 – 2000
ESPRIT 4 Project 22187, Fourth Framework Programme
1996 – 1998
ESPRIT I, Project 599, First Framework Programme
1984 – 1989
The development of the functionality concerning the (real-valued) functionnode type (introduced in HUGIN 7.3) has been sponsored by Danish mort-gage credit institution Nykredit Realkredit (www.nykredit.dk).
The development of the functionality concerning the discrete function node type as well as the “aggregate” and “probability” operators (introduced inHUGIN 7.7) have been sponsored by the research project “Operational risk in banking and finance.” The project is dedicated to strengthening management of operational risk in the banking and finance sector, including developing Basel II compliant operational risk measurement and managementtools in accordance with the Advanced Measurement Approach (AMA). The project is financed by the University of Stavanger and a consortium of Norwegian banks consisting of SpareBank 1 SR-Bank, SpareBank 1 SNN, Spare-Bank 1 SMN, Sparebanken Hedmark, and SpareBank 1 Oslo Akershus.
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