Showing 1 - 10 of 13 results for acquisition support inmeta:gsataxonomyoutput~Software Product Lines
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 2001 report describes the approach a DoD organization used to develop alternative acquisition strategies and analyzes the pros and cons of each.
This report describes the experience of a company that builds large, complex, embedded, real-time shipboard command-and-control systems as a product line.
This technical note examines three key DoD acquisition policies and regulations, along with their implications for launching a product line.
This 2006 report chronicles the decisions a program manager might face in considering the adoption of a product line approach.
This report presents a vision for software product lines as an acquisition focus and suggests extensions to current Department of Defense policy and practices to increase the awareness of and receptivity to product line acquisition.
This 2000 report provides guidance for DoD organizations for mining legacy systems to obtain core assets that will fit into a previously defined software architecture for a product line.
This 2003 presentation on Software Product Lines in Acquisition was delivered by Grady Campbell of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) in January 2003.
This 2003 technical note describes an ATAM evaluation of the software architecture for an avionics system developed for the Technology Applications Program Office (TAPO) of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command Office.
In this report, the authors describe the SEI independent research and development (IRAD) projects conducted during fiscal year 2009.