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Marc I. Kellner
April 2006 - Technical Report Detecting Scans at the ISP Level

Topics: Network Situational Awareness

In this 2006 report, the authors present an approach to detecting scans against, or passing through, very large networks.

June 2005 - White Paper The CENTAUR System: Helping to Protect the NIPRNet

Topics: Network Situational Awareness

In this paper, the authors describe the CENTAUR system, which was developed to help DoD security analysts better understand and defend the NIPRNet.

July 2004 - Presentation Detection and Analysis of Scans on Very Large Networks

Topics: Network Situational Awareness

In this presentation, the authors discuss scan detection, scan database, and the analysis of scans.

June 1993 - Special Report A Software Process Framework for the SEI Capability Maturity Model Repeatable Level

This 1993 document describes a Software Process Framework (SPF) based on the Software Engineering Institute's (SEI) Capability Maturity Model (CMM).

February 1989 - Technical Report Software Process Modeling: Principles of Entity Process Models

This 1989 report outlines the principles of entity process models and suggests ways in which they can help to address some problems with more conventional approaches to modeling software processes.

May 1988 - Technical Report Software Process Modeling

This 1988 report outlines a software process modeling case study conducted at the SEI.

January 1987 - Technical Report The Analysis of the Technical Order Production Process at Ogden Air Logistics Center and Recommendations for the Improvement of the Process

This report details the process used by Ogden Air Logistics Center to maintain Operational Flight Program Technical Orders for the F-16 airplane.