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Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, December 1998; Volume 11, Issue 12 : Requirements Management : Plan to Succeed: Requirements Management : Plan to Succeed

By Bowers, Pamela

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Title: Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, December 1998; Volume 11, Issue 12 : Requirements Management : Plan to Succeed: Requirements Management : Plan to Succeed  
Author: Bowers, Pamela
Volume: Volume 11, Issue 12
Language: English
Subject: Government, Technology, Software Development
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, CrossTalk Journal Collection
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Publication Date:
1998
Publisher: Usaf Software Technology Support Center

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Buren, David A. Cook, George Stark, Al Skillicorn, 1St Lieutenant Ryan Ameele, Gary A. Ham, Theodore F. Hammer, Leonore L. Huffman, Linda H. Rosenberg, Tom Gilb, Rayford B. Vaughn Jr., Lewis Gray, Don O'neil, J. V. (1998). Crosstalk : The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, December 1998; Volume 11, Issue 12 : Requirements Management : Plan to Succeed. Retrieved from http://cn.ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: Which RE technologies are the most difficult to adopt and which approaches have worked; a case study comprising data from 40 software releases; an underrated method to improve requirements analysis; project data from NASA GoDard Space Flight Center demonstrates requirements definition, verification, and management; a method to analyze the impact new ideas will have on requirements and costs; findings from a National Research Council committee's review of Ada in the DoD; those who reject standards in favor of heroics may be expecting the unattainable; the National Software Quality Experiment is riveting attention on software product quality and revealing the patterns of neglect in the nation's software infrastructure.

Summary
Summary: CrossTalk, The Journal of Defense Software Engineering, is an approved U.S. Department of Defense journal. CrossTalk's mission is to encourage the engineering development of software in order to improve the reliability, sustainability, and responsiveness of our warfighting capability and to inform and educate readers on up-to-date policy decisions and new software engineering technologies.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT: Experiences in the Adoption of Requirements Engineering Technologies; by Jim Van Buren and David A. Cook. Which RE technologies are the most difficult to adopt and which approaches have worked -- An Examination of the Effects of Requirements Changes on Software Releases; by George Stark, Al Skillicorn, and 1st Lt. Ryan Ameele. A case study comprising data from 40 software releases -- Four Roads to Use Case Discovery--There is a Use (and a Case) for Each One; by Gary A. Ham. An underrated method to improve requirements analysis -- Doing Requirements Right the First Time; by Theodore F. Hammer, Leonore L. Huffman and Linda H. Rosenberg. Project data from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center demonstrates requirements definition, verification, and management -- Software Engineering Technology: Impact Estimation Tables: Understanding Complex Technology Quantitatively; by Tom Gilb. A method to analyze the impact new ideas will have on requirements and costs -- Open Forum: The Ada Recommendation--Was It Heard?; by Rayford B. Vaughn Jr. Findings from a National Research Council committee's review of Ada in the DoD -- No Hypoxic Heroes, Please! Biological Limits on Cowboy Programmers; by Lewis Gray. Those who reject standards in favor of heroics may be expecting the unattainable -- Web Addition: National Software Quality Experiment--A Lesson in Measurement: 1992-1997; by Don O'Neill. The National Software Quality Experiment is riveting attention on software product quality and revealing the patterns of neglect in the nation's software infrastructure.

 
 



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