Showing 1 - 10 of 69 results for Type - technical note Software Product Lines
This 2005 technical note addresses product line adoption in the context of an organization that is using the CMMI models to guide its process improvement effort.
This 2000 report provides background information to inform other reports in an SEI-published series of reports designed to provide concise and usable information about product line acquisition practices.
This 2002 technical note examines the significant characteristics of the production plans of three hypothetical organizations that create product lines of home integration systems.
This 2002 report outlines the state of software product line practice in industry. The report blends a case study with the results of a product line questionnaire that was sent to organizations with meaningful product line experiences and with the results of a product line workshop held during the recent International Conference on Software Reuse.
This 2002 report explores the relationship between software product line practice, as defined by the Framework for Software Product Line Practice, and software engineering process discipline, as defined by the CMMI models.
This 2004 report describes how a process improvement infrastructure can provide a foundation for product line adoption.
This 2006 report chronicles the decisions a program manager might face in considering the adoption of a product line approach.
This 2003 report characterizes the status of measurement associated with the operation of a software product line, suggests a small set of measures to support its management, and provides guidance for those establishing measurement activities within a software product line.
This 1999 paper presents the basics of product line practices and reports the results of two DoD product line workshops in which important issues and successful practices were shared.
This technical note examines three key DoD acquisition policies and regulations, along with their implications for launching a product line.