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[DEN] Student Roles Part 1 A Winsor Brown [email protected] CS577a September 4, 2009 © 2005-08 AWBrown BES/MSEE & USC CSSE 1 of 10 09/05/0911/14/200911/14/2009 USC C S E University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering
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[DEN] Student Roles Part 1 – Sep. 4, 2009 Outline Instructional ICM-Sw Context and More Realities CS577 "System" Engineer CS577 Quality Management overview CS577 Systems Requirements Management Overview CS577 Quality Focal Point The shared IIV&V Role for DEN (remote students) - What it is & how it works - Principles behind it - How it’s distinct from other project participation © 2005-2008 AWBrown BES/MSEE & USC CSSE 2 of 10 11/14/2009 USC C S E University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering
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[DEN] Student Roles Part 1 – Sep. 4, 2009 CS577 Software Engineering of Large Systems Not enough time to do a "large" system, but - Real client - Real deliverables Teach and Use "best practices": techniques, tools and ... - WinWin; IICM-Sw (nee MBASE); Risk Driven; COCOMO II - OO Analysis and Design - Quality Management (QM) - Peer Reviews and other QM early assessment techniques - Configuration Management (CM) - Integrated Independent Verification and Validation (IIV&V) - EPG for IICM-Sw -
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