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1988 Computer Standards Evolution: Impact and Imperatives (1988)
Washington, DC, USA
March 21, 1988 to March 23, 1988
ISBN: 0-8186-0791-2
pp: 32-40
C.P. Barr , ESL Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, USA
ABSTRACT
The current life-cycle and documentation concepts under development for the NASA space station program are presented. The approach is to utilize the baselined NASA software standards to the greatest extent possible. The objectives include the development of a methodology which will assist managers in the tailoring of the life cycle for a specific application and in defining the appropriate documentation requirements. Additional objectives include expanding the standards to a system perspective, defining the relationship between the documents, and defining a mechanism for documentation tailoring.<>
INDEX TERMS
aerospace computing, software engineering, standards, system documentation
CITATION

C. Barr, E. Callender and J. Steinbacher, "Life-cycle management and documentation concepts for the space station program," 1988 Computer Standards Evolution: Impact and Imperatives(CSTAND), Washington, DC, USA, , pp. 32-40.
doi:10.1109/CSTAND.1988.4759
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