The Community for Technology Leaders
2012 35th Annual IEEE Software Engineering Workshop (2001)
Greenbelt, Maryland
Nov. 27, 2001 to Nov. 29, 2001
ISBN: 0-7695-1456-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tutorials
Session 1

Session 1 (PDF)

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Keynote Address (PDF)

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Session 2

Session 2 (PDF)

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Challenges in Software Aspects of Aerospace Systems (Abstract)

C. Michael Holloway , NASA Langley Research Center
Kelly J. Hayhurst , NASA Langley Research Center
pp. 7

Evolving to a "Lighter" Software Process: A Case Study (Abstract)

Robert J. Moore , Compaq Federal LLC<div></div> University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 14
Session 3

Session 3 (PDF)

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An Experience Management System for a Software Engineering Research Organization (Abstract)

P. Costa , Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering
C. Seaman , Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering
R. Tesoriero , Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering
M. Lindvall , Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering
M. Zelkowitz , Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering
V. Basili , Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering
M. Mendonca , Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering
pp. 29

Reducing Software Security Risk through an Integrated Approach (Abstract)

John C. Kelly , Caltech
John D. Powell , Caltech
Matt Bishop , University of California at Davis
pp. 36
Session 4

Session 4 (PDF)

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Project Planning and Estimation with Ask Pete (Abstract)

Tim Kurtz , Science Applications International Corporation/NASA GRC
pp. 55

Incorporating Cost-Benefit Analyses into Software Assurance Planning (Abstract)

Martin S. Feather , California Institute of Technology
Burton Sigal , California Institute of Technology
Patrick Hutchinson , Wofford College
Steven L. Cornford , California Institute of Technology
pp. 62

Smerfs and Smerfs^3 (PDF)

William H. Farr , Naval Surface Warfare Center
pp. 70

PSM Insight: Power and Flexibility for Issue-Driven Measurement (Abstract)

Scott Lucero , US Army Software Metrics Office
Dave Morris , Independent Engineering, Inc.
pp. 71
Session 5

Session 5 (PDF)

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What Is a Level 5? (Abstract)

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Session 6

Session 6 (PDF)

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The Linguistic Approach to the Natural Language Requirements Quality: Benefit of the use of an Automatic Tool (Abstract)

G. Lami , Istituto di Elaborazione dell'Informazione del C.N.R.
S. Gnesi , Istituto di Elaborazione dell'Informazione del C.N.R.
F. Fabbrini , Istituto di Elaborazione dell'Informazione del C.N.R.
M. Fusani , Istituto di Elaborazione dell'Informazione del C.N.R.
pp. 97

Improving Software Investments through Requirements Validation (Abstract)

David Cohen , sente Corporation
Bill Ware , sente Corporation
Gary Larson , sente Corporation
pp. 106
Session 7

Session 7 (PDF)

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Mars Polar Lander Fault Identification Using Model-based Testing (Abstract)

Richard Kasuda , Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
Robert Busser , Software Productivity Consortium/T-VEC
Robert Knickerbocker , Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
Mark Blackburn , Software Productivity Consortium/T-VEC
Aaron Nauman , Software Productivity Consortium/T-VEC
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Verification and Validation of Autonomous Systems (Abstract)

Michael G. Hinchey , NASA Goddard Space Flight Center <div></div>University of Queensland
James L. Rash , NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
pp. 136
Session 8

Practical Software Reliability Modeling (Abstract)

Dolores R. Wallace , NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
pp. 147

Collaborative Test Management (Abstract)

Randy H. Hefner , Titan Systems Corporation
pp. 156
Closing

Closing (PDF)

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Author Index (PDF)

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