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Often, the explanatory power of a learned model must be traded off against model performance. In the case of predicting runaway software projects, we show that the twin goals of high performance and good explanatory power are achievable after applying a variety of data mining techniques (discrimination, feature subset selection, rule covering algorithms). This result is a new high water mark in predicting runaway projects. Measured in terms of precision, this new model is as good as can bedoi:10.4236/jsea.2009.24030 fatcat:qrafpsm7p5cldkwdgpp4pzwvsm