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This collection explores approaches to a systematic method for tracking and measuring interoperability, costs, and risks associated with systems of systems.
On January 16, 2013, senior researchers from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) hosted “Architecting in a Complex World.” The SEI researchers explored ways to overcome challenging aspects of complexity.
System-of-systems (SoS) architectures based on common software platforms have been commercially successful, but progress on creating and adopting them has been slow. This study aimed to understand technical issues for their development and adoption.
SEI experts team up to create integration strategy for the Department of Homeland Security's Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS).
In recent months, technology news headlines have been dominated by cloud computing—a large-scale model in which computing power, software, storage services, and platforms are delivered on demand to external customers.
Nearly 500 software professionals worldwide joined experts from the SEI at CMU and the United States Department of Defense (DoD) for “The SEI Agile Research Forum: Meeting the Challenges of Large-Scale Systems.”
This technical note identifies and describes the characteristics that have been used in various definitions of the term system of systems.
In this paper, the authors discuss confidence in system and SoS behavior and how theories can be used to make the assurance process more effective.
The purpose of this report is to examine a set of claims about cloud computing adoption.