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Presentations from the program of SSC 2015 (November 16-18, 2015, in Arlington, VA)
This presentation addresses what is meant by scaling, contextual drivers for implementation choices, and the agile frameworks available for use today.
This presentation explores the expanding landscape of vulnerabilities that accompanies an increasing reliance on software and examines key steps to help mitigate the increased risk.
This presentation discusses five issues faced by government organizations embarking on the development of enterprise-wide IT systems that integrate and modernize legacy system functions.
This presentation discusses strategies and language for addressing IP rights throughout the acquisition lifecycle.
In this presentation, you will learn about the sound principles and engineering-minded tradeoffs that occur when agile methods are applied successfully.
This presentation presents a defect-prioritization method based on a risk priority number, which will help program offices establish priorities for updating systems.
This talk discusses why prototyping is necessary for evaluating big data technology and how the LEAP4BD method provides a systematic framework for technology evaluation.
This presentation discusses the Information Security to the Edge (ISE) system built by the Advanced Mobile Systems Initiative at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute.
This paper presents a reference architecture for big data systems that is focused on addressing typical national defense requirements and that is vendor-neutral.