Showing 1 - 10 of 31 results for the Publish Year - 2009 , Type - White Paper
This paper discusses the application of assurance cases as a means of building confidence that the software design of a complex system of systems will actually meet the operational objectives set forth in the project's top-level requirements.
In this paper, the authors describe general observations about, and a preliminary system dynamics model of, insider crime based on our empirical data.
This paper summarizes the comparison performed between the CMMI and the regulations and standards that drive software intensive medical device product development.
A whitepaper by Lui Sha of the University of Illinois and C. Douglass Locke of LC System Services Inc. The paper discusses risk detection and mitigation metrics and design check lists for real time and embedded systems.
This white paper explores the idea that subway maps provide a good, common example of architecture documentation and that they might be instructive about good software architecture documentation.
This April 2009 whitepaper is one in a short series of acquisition failures. This paper focuses on the problems of underspending, which can result in funds being shifted from one program to another.
In this 2009 paper, the authors present an example to show the value a dependability case adds to a traditional hazard analysis.
This position paper surveys the landscape of service-oriented architecture practice as it pertains to service-orientation maintenance and reengineering.
One of the most intractable problems in software is getting engineers to consistently use effective methods. The Software Engineering Institute has worked on this problem for a number of years and has developed effective methods for addressing it.
The findings suggest that Q Methodology may prove helpful in isolating many of the non-technical latent cost factors associated with system integration and interoperability.