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Presentations from the program of SSC 2015 (November 16-18, 2015, in Arlington, VA)
This presentation discusses sources of non-determinism, testing ramifications of non-determinism, and recommendations for testing in a non-deterministic world.
This presentation discusses five issues faced by government organizations embarking on the development of enterprise-wide IT systems that integrate and modernize legacy system functions.
This paper describes a method to collect stakeholder preferences about architecture options and uses automated optimization to identify important architecture decisions.
This presentation introduces the architecture and features of tactical cloudlets and presents a solution for establishing trusted identities in disconnected environments based on the generation and exchange of secure keys in the field.
This presentation shows how classical integer programming can be used to determine the least cost (that is, the quickest) order for test configurations.
This presentation explores the relationships between design flaws and software vulnerabilities, and their impact on software assurance and sustainable development and delivery.
This presentation shares early research results that may confirm some well-known drivers of DoD software cost and debunk others.
The authors of this presentation share their experiences developing and putting in place an IT roadmap for a large government organization, resulting in the implementation of an enterprise-wide shared data service.
This presentation describes the methodology used by the SEI to conduct a cost-benefit analysis of the proposed migration of all Army software-based systems to a common operating environment (COE) and common software infrastructure.