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Issue No.01 - January (2006 vol.39)
pp: 63-73
Daniel E. Cooke , Texas Tech University
Matt Barry , Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Michael Lowry , NASA Ames Research Center
Cordell Green , Kestrel Institute
ABSTRACT
NASA is using model-based languages and risk analysis methodologies to raise software development to the level of hardware development. Ultimately, it hopes to achieve a fusion of systems and software engineering by replacing conventional software development techniques with capability engineering, which focuses on a system's full set of functionalities.
INDEX TERMS
NASA flight systems, International Space Station, Model-based languages, Risk analysis methodologies, SequenceL, Capability engineering
CITATION
Daniel E. Cooke, Matt Barry, Michael Lowry, Cordell Green, "NASA's Exploration Agenda and Capability Engineering", Computer, vol.39, no. 1, pp. 63-73, January 2006, doi:10.1109/MC.2006.27
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