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Daniel J. Paulish
March 2008 - Presentation Issues of Scale: A Community Perspective

Topics: Ultra-Large-Scale Systems

Authors: John Bloomer (Virtua Health), Patricia Hoffman (U.S. Department of Energy), Bob Kent (System of Systems Security (SOSSEC) Integration Initiative), Daniel J. Paulish, Mark Uland (Boeing Company)

This 2008 presentation by Daniel J. Paulish (SEI) discusses issues regarding large-scale systems and the challenges industry faces with these systems.

March 2008 - Presentation Ultra-Large-Scale-Systems Development Challenges at Siemens

Topics: Ultra-Large-Scale Systems

Authors: Daniel J. Paulish

Presentation made at the 2008 SMART Ultra-Large-Scale System Forum, held at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.

April 2005 - Presentation Product Line Engineering for Global Development (SATURN 2005)

Authors: Daniel J. Paulish

This paper, presented at the SATURN 2005 workshop, describes how product line engineering practices are being used in Siemens to better plan and manage global development projects.

December 2001 - Book Architecture-Centric Software Project Management: A Practical Guide

Authors: Daniel J. Paulish

The book addresses each cornerstone of effective project management -- planning, organizing, implementing, and measuring.

December 1993 - Technical Report Case Studies of Software Process Improvement Methods

Topics: Measurement and Analysis

Authors: Daniel J. Paulish

This report describes the case studies approach applied at a number of Siemens software development organizations to observe the impact of software process improvement methods.

February 1993 - Technical Report A Survey of Commonly Applied Methods for Software Process Improvement

Authors: Robert D. Austin, Daniel J. Paulish

This report, published in 1993, describes a number of commonly applied methods for improving the software development process.