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This presentation describes a set of measures created by the Consortium for IT Quality (CISQ) and explains how the measures can be used in productivity programs, quality assurance practices, and vendor contracts.
This presentation describes a methodology for normalizing the offerings into common units of measure that are relevant to the procurer of the services.
This presentation describes why software engineers should care about machine learning and how they can immediately benefit from it.
This presentation describes the development of an architecture-centric software development life cycle that allows for rapid, stable feature delivery.
Recent advances in virtual system integration through architecture modeling and analysis have led to improvements in safety analysis in several ways, which will be described in this presentation.
This technical panel focused on the DoD's software sustainment challenges and highlighted the key findings of the SEI's study of DoD software sustainment infrastructure.
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 describes a two-year research effort to define complexity measures for avionics systems in order to help the FAA identify when systems are too complex to assure their safety.
This presentation shares early research results that may confirm some well-known drivers of DoD software cost and debunk others.
The SEI team working with Agile in government has built a rich narrative of Agile implementation experiences and now works with an extensive network of collaborators on fundamental research questions that dive deep into cause-and-effect mechanisms.