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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering A Winsor Brown and Barry Boehm, USC CS 577a Lecture Fall 2009 * NOTE: Check the handouts page for this lecture, and 8/24/09 and 8/26/09 lectures for “notes”. Incremental Commitment Model (ICM)* for Software
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Aug. 28, 2009 © USC-CSE 2007-2008 Page 2 2 Who Am I? A Winsor Brown: BES/MSEE Engineer 1st! 30+ years in computer/software industry Software is my domain; Aerospace to commercial/IS; Teaching/training Applications to tools Engineering: development to methods to process Large companies (IBM, GM, Boeing) to small (self, VS) Assistant Director, USC Center for Sys. And Sw. Engg [nee Sr. Research Scientist] AWBrown@CSSE.usc.edu SAL 332: Office Hours 2:00 – 3:00 M&F; or by appt. 213/740-6599 (w) or 714/891-6043 (m)
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Aug. 28, 2009 © USC-CSE 2007-2008 Page 3 The Incremental Commitment Model Life Cycle Process: Overview Stage I: Definition Stage II: Development and Operations Anchor Point Milestones Synchronize, stabilize concurrency via FEDs Risk patterns determine life cycle process
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Aug. 28, 2009 © USC-CSE 2007-2008 Page 4 "Real Projects for Real Clients" Title from Dr. David Klappholz We are one of the few graduate level courses doing it If you go on to become a CS/SE educator, we are happy to help you and your institution WIIFM (actually YOU): Dr. Klappholz says his students "blow [HR] interviewers away" because they can talk about the not just CS side:
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Aug. 28, 2009 © USC-CSE 2007-2008 Page 5 ICM HSI Levels of Activity for Complex Systems
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Aug. 28, 2009 © USC-CSE 2007-2008 Page 6 ICM Anchor Points Enable Concurrent Engineering
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Aug. 28, 2009 © USC-CSE 2007-2008 Page 7 What's different about IICM-Sw [from other SDLCs] ____ Life Cycle Documents
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Aug. 28, 2009 © USC-CSE 2007-2008 Page 8 ICM P 3 S Model Integration Framework Process models Life cycle anchor points Risk management Key practices Success models Business case IKIWISI Stakeholder win-win Property models Cost Schedule Performance Reliability Product models Domain model Requirements Architecture Code Documentation Planning and control Milestone content Evaluation and analysis Process entry/exit criteria Product evaluation criteria
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University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Aug. 28, 2009 © USC-CSE 2007-2008
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