Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University

Digital Library

Javascript is currently disabled for your browser. For an optimal search experience, please enable javascript.

Advanced Search

Basic Search

Content Type

Topics

Publication Date

Showing 1 - 10 of 26 results for Author - sholom g. cohen Software Product Lines

Technical Report | June 2010 - Technical Report Software Product Lines: Report of the 2010 US Army Software ... By John K. Bergey, Gary Chastek, Sholom G. Cohen, Patrick Donohoe, Lawrence G. Jones, Linda M. Northrop

This report synthesizes presentations and discussions from a 2010 workshop to discuss product line practices and operational accomplishments.

Technical Report | April 2009 - Technical Report Software Product Lines: Report of the 2009 US Army Software ... By John K. Bergey, Sholom G. Cohen, Patrick Donohoe, Matt Fisher, Lawrence G. Jones

This report is a synthesis of the presentations and discussions that took place during the 2009 U.S. Army Software Product Line Workshop.

Technical Note | September 2002 - Technical Note Product Line State of the Practice Report By Sholom G. Cohen

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.

Technical Report | March 2005 - Technical Report Software Product Lines: Experiences from the Seventh DoD ... By John K. Bergey, Sholom G. Cohen, Patrick Donohoe, Lawrence G. Jones

This 2005 report summarizes discussions and presentations from the Seventh Department of Defense (DoD) Product Line Practice Workshop.

Technical Note | March 2004 - Technical Note Software Product Lines: Experiences from the Sixth DoD ... By John K. Bergey, Sholom G. Cohen, Lawrence G. Jones, Dennis B. Smith

This 2004 report summarizes the presentations and discussions from the Sixth Department of Defense (DoD) Product Line Practice Workshop in September 2003.

Technical Report | November 2005 - Technical Report Software Product Lines: Experience from the Eighth DoD ... By John K. Bergey, Sholom G. Cohen, Patrick Donohoe, Lawrence G. Jones

This 2005 report summarizes the discussions from a 2005 PLP workshop in which participants shared DoD product line practices, experiences, and issues and discussed ways in which specific product line practices are accomplished within the DoD.

Technical Report | June 1997 - Technical Report Product Line Practice Workshop Report By Len Bass, Paul C. Clements, Sholom G. Cohen, Linda M. Northrop, James Withey

This 1997 report synthesizes the presentations and discussions from the 1996 SEI Product Line Practice Workshop. In this workshop, participants identified factors involved in product line practices and analyzed issues in the areas of architecture, people-organization-management, and business models.

Technical Report | October 2001 - Technical Report Fourth DoD Product Line Practice Workshop Report By John K. Bergey, Albert Soule, Sholom G. Cohen, Matt Fisher, Grady Campbell, Lawrence G. Jones, Robert W. Krut - Jr., Linda M. Northrop, William O'Brien, Dennis B. Smith

The report summarizes the workshop presentations and discussions from the Fourth Department of Defense (DoD) Software Product Line Practice Workshop, held in March 2001.

Technical Report | June 2003 - Technical Report Fifth DoD Product Line Practice Workshop Report By John K. Bergey, Sholom G. Cohen, Matt Fisher, Lawrence G. Jones, Linda M. Northrop, William O'Brien

This 2003 document summarizes the presentations and discussions from the Fifth Department of Defense (DoD) Product Line Practice Workshop, held in August 2002.

Technical Report | February 2005 - Technical Report The Structured Intuitive Model for Product Line Economics ... By Paul C. Clements, John McGregor, Sholom G. Cohen

This 2005 report presents SIMPLE, a general-purpose business model that supports the estimation of the costs and benefits in a product line development organization.