SATURN 2015 Call for SubmissionsSeptember 2014 - BrochurePlease submit proposals to the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference 2015 by January 16, 2015.
SATURN 2015 Submission TemplateSeptember 2014 - BrochureTo help ensure that your SATURN 2015 proposal is complete, use this submission template as a checklist and upload it as a PDF in the online submission system.
Eliciting Unstated RequirementsAugust 2014 - PresentationThe tutorial presents the traditional KJ method for eliciting unstated user needs and extensions made to allow KJ to be used in a virtual environment.
SATURN 2015 Sponsorship OpportunitiesAugust 2014 - BrochureYour sponsorship of the SATURN 2015 Conference will connect your organization with influential leaders and practitioners in the field of software architecture.
Assuring Software ReliabilityAugust 2014 - Special ReportThis report describes ways to incorporate the analysis of the potential impact of software failures--regardless of their cause--into development and acquisition practices through the use of software assurance.
HTML5 for Mobile Apps at the EdgeAugust 2014 - PodcastIn this podcast, Grace Lewis discusses research that explores the feasibility of using HTML5 for developing mobile applications, for "edge" environments where resources and connectivity are uncertain, such as in the battlefield.
Verifying Periodic Real-Time SoftwareAugust 2014 - PresentationColloquium presentation for Oregon University EECS Department that discusses recent developments in SEI's ongoing research on verifying periodic programs.
Performance of Compiler-Assisted Memory Safety CheckingJuly 2014 - Technical NoteThis technical note describes the criteria for deploying a compiler-based memory safety checking tool and the performance that can be achieved with two such tools whose source code is freely available.
Applying Agile in the DoD: Seventh PrincipleJuly 2014 - PodcastIn this podcast, Suzanne Miller and Mary Ann Lapham explore the application of the seventh Agile principle in the Department of Defense, working software is the primary measure of progress.