Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) ScenariosFebruary 2014 - Special ReportThis report provides operational and development mission threads to help emergency alert originators analyze scenarios that will aid them in adopting and integrating the Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) into their emergency management systems.
Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) Alerting Pipeline TaxonomyFebruary 2014 - Technical ReportThis report presents the Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) Alerting Pipeline Taxonomy, a hierarchical classification that encompasses four elements of the alerting pipeline, to help stakeholders understand and reason about required CMAS operations.
Introduction to the Mission Thread WorkshopOctober 2013 - Technical ReportThis report introduces the Mission Thread Workshop, a method for understanding architectural and engineering considerations for developing and sustaining systems of systems. It describes the three phases of the workshop and explains the steps of each.
Integrate End to End Early and OftenJuly 2013 - ArticleThis article discusses using architecture-centric engineering and the Team Software Process to develop software for a new trading engine at the Mexican Stock Exchange.
Reliability Validation and Improvement FrameworkMay 2013 - PodcastIn this podcast, Peter Feiler discusses his recent work to improve the quality of software-reliant systems through an approach known as the Reliability Validation and Improvement Framework.
A Study of Enabling Factors for Rapid FieldingMay 2013 - Conference PaperThis paper summarizes the practices that practitioners interviewed from Agile projects found most valuable and provides an overarching scenario for insight into how and why these practices emerge.
Mission Thread Workshop (MTW): Preparation and ExecutionMay 2013 - PresentationThis presentation describes the Mission Thread Workshop (MTW) and its benefits. The three phases for conducting an MTW are explained, as well as how the MTW fits into system-of-systems architecture development and analysis.