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James E. Tomayko
September 2005 - Technical Note Proceedings of the First Software Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Workshop

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Robert Nord, Len Bass, Paul C. Clements, Linda M. Northrop, James E. Tomayko

This report describes the format, discussion, and results of the first SATURN workshop, and outlines the plans for future SATURN workshops. 

September 2004 - Technical Note Integrating Software-Architecture-Centric Methods into Extreme Programming (XP)

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Robert Nord, James E. Tomayko, Rob Wojcik

The report presents a summary of XP (Extreme Programming) and examines the potential uses of the SEI's architecture-centric methods.

July 2004 - Technical Report Integrating Software-Architecture-Centric Methods into the Rational Unified Process

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Rick Kazman, Philippe Kruchten, Robert Nord, James E. Tomayko

This report presents a summary of the RUP (Rational Unified Process) and examines the potential uses of the SEI's architecture-centric methods.

May 2004 - Book Human Aspects of Software Engineering

Topics: Process Improvement

Authors: Orit Hazzan, James E. Tomayko

This book details software engineering from the perspective of those involved in the software development process: individuals, teams, customers, and the organization.

December 2003 - Technical Note Integrating the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM) with the Cost Benefit Analysis Method (CBAM)

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Robert Nord, Mario R. Barbacci, Paul C. Clements, Rick Kazman, Mark H. Klein, Liam O'Brien, James E. Tomayko

This technical note reports on a proposal to integrate the SEI ATAM (Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method) and the CBAM (Cost Benefit Analysis Method).

February 1993 - Educational Material Materials for Teaching Software Inspections

Authors: James E. Tomayko, James S. Murphy

This 1993 report includes materials for demonstrating how to perform an inspection and sell students on the effectiveness of inspections.

August 1991 - Technical Report Models for Undergraduate Project Courses in Software Engineering

Authors: Mary Shaw, James E. Tomayko

This 1991 report discusses 1) how software engineering course instructors balance technical and management topics and 2) the relation between the lecture and project components.

July 1991 - Educational Material Materials to Support Teaching a Project-Intensive Introduction to Software Engineering

Authors: James E. Tomayko

This 1991 report provides a survey of various software engineering introductory courses.

December 1990 - Curriculum Module Software Configuration Management

Authors: James E. Tomayko

This 1990 module examines configuration management, including configuration item identification, change reporting and evaluation, change execution, tool evaluation and use, version control, and management principles related to configuration control.

June 1990 - Technical Report Experiences Porting the Distributed ADA Real-Time Kernel

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: James E. Tomayko, Brian Smith

Boeing Military Airplanes and The Wichita State University became co-acceptors of a copy of DARK for the purpose of demonstrating a port to a 68000-based distributed architecture. This report describes the experiences in accomplishing the port.

November 1989 - Educational Material APSE Interactive Monitor: A Software Artifact for Software Engineering Education

Authors: Chuck Engle Jr., Gary Ford, James E. Tomayko

This report describes the AIM (APSE Interactive Monitor) system and some possible educational uses.

July 1989 - Curriculum Module Software Project Management

Authors: James E. Tomayko, Harvey K. Hallman

This 1989 report presents material to help managers create a plan for software development and execute that plan with attention to productivity and quality.

October 1987 - Technical Report Teaching a Project-Intensive Introduction to Software Engineering

Authors: James E. Tomayko

This report is meant as a guide to the teacher of the introductory course in software engineering. It contains a case study of a course based on a large project.

September 1987 - Curriculum Module Support Materials for Software Configuration Management

Authors: James E. Tomayko

This report, published in 1987, includes materials helpful in teaching a course on configuration management.

July 1987 - Technical Report Software Engineering Education: An Interim Report from the Software Engineering Institute

Authors: Gary Ford, Norman Gibbs, James E. Tomayko

This 1987 report describes the goals and activities of the Software Engineering Institute's Education Program.