Showing 1 - 10 of 14 results for the Publish Year - 1996 , Type - White Paper
This paper presents an experiential case study illustrating the methodological use of scenarios to gain architecture-level understanding and predictive insight into large, real-world systems in various domains.
This paper summarizes a taxonomic survey of ADLs that is in progress. Preliminary results allow conclusions to be drawn about what constitutes an ADL, and how contemporary ADLs differ.
This paper describes the Gadfly, an approach for developing narrowly-focused, reusable domain models that can be integrated and (re)used to aid in the process of top-down system comprehension.
This position paper first presents a set of requirements that an ideal tool for architectural design and analysis, and then presents a tool—called SAAMtool—that meets most, but not all, of these requirements.
This case study summarizes the application and results of applying the SNA method to a subsystem of a large-scale, distributed healthcare system.
This document contains the CERT advisories from 1996.
This column is the fifth in a series about estimating. It continues the discussion of how to make size estimates.
This is the second of a series of columns on software project estimating. It discusses program size and it provides a general background for all the columns to follow.
This column is the fourth in a series about estimating. It continues the discussion of how to make size estimates.
This column is the sixth in a series about estimating. It continues the discussion of how to make size estimates.