Showing 1 - 8 of 8 results for the Author - david j. carney , Type - White Paper
This paper presents a case study in assessing the maintainability of a large, software intensive system. The techniques used are described, and their strengths and weaknesses discussed.
This paper presents a case study in carrying out an audit of a large, software-intensive system.
This monograph reports on a DoD program that undertook a detailed evaluation effort that examined several commercial products as candidates for a large information system.
This monograph provides an overview of a method for isolating and overcoming faults in COTS-based systems.
The expected audience for this monograph is a general audience, and the major issues tend to be more programmatic and managerial rather than purely technical.
This monograph examines seven documents that contain official guidance regarding the use of COTS products in Government systems.
This monograph, the first in a series, illuminates some general issues that can arise when pursuing a COTS-based approach in complex, heterogeneous systems.
This monograph offers a heads-up to decision makers who are building information systems that have security constraints, who feel the market imperatives, and who want to make opportunistic use of what the market has to offer.