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Theodore F. Marz
September 2005 - Technical Note Integrated Diagnostics: Operational Missions, Diagnostic Types, Characteristics, and Capability Gaps

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Theodore F. Marz

This 2005 report attempts to fill in these gaps in knowledge and experience by presenting an overview of the operational diagnostic life cycle of a system.

January 2005 - Presentation Diagnostic Software: What Your Developer Doesn't Know

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Theodore F. Marz

This presentation was delivered by Ted Marz of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) in January 2005.

January 2003 - Presentation The State of Practice in DoD Acquisitions, and Some Proposed Alternatives

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Theodore F. Marz, James Smith

This presentation was delivered in January 2003.

August 2001 - Special Report Proceedings of the Real-Time Systems Engineering Workshop

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: B. Craig Meyers, Peter H. Feiler, Theodore F. Marz

This report presents the results of a workshop on real-time systems engineering. The workshop was held as part of the SEI Symposium in Washington, DC, during September 2000.

June 2001 - Technical Note Real-Time Systems Engineering: Lessons Learned from Independent Technical Assessments

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: Theodore F. Marz, Daniel Plakosh

This 2001 paper contains observations, recurring themes, trends, and lessons learned about systems development as derived from real-time/mission-critical programs that have been reviewed over the last three years.

September 2000 - Technical Report Simplex Architecture Performance and Cost

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: Michael J. Gagliardi, Theodore F. Marz, Neal Altman, Julie A. Walker

The Simplex Architecture facilitates the building of dependable and upgradable real-time systems. This paper examines Simplex performance and the costs associated with its use.

May 2000 - Technical Report Case Study: Development of a Baseline Controller for Automatic Landing of an F-16 Aircraft Using Linear Matrix Inequalities (LMIs)

Topics: Performance and Dependability

Authors: Danbing Seto, Enrique Ferriera, Theodore F. Marz

This report presents preliminary results on the design of the baseline controller for an F-16 aircraft automatic landing system using linear matrix inequalities (LMI)-based approaches.