Notes on the Second International

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ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes vol 23 no 3 May 1998 Page 39 ness practice. However, technical issues still remain to be ad- dressed. 4. FUTURE EFFORTS The PLIAT will meet several times during the year in order to consider the topics discussed by the working groups and to prepare for the working groups at the next workshop. Each • meeting will produce a white paper on the topic area. The schedule for these meetings is shown below. Details for each meeting and the resulting white paper will be available from the PLIAT home page at http://columbia.iw.nasa.gov:6600/pliat. 4.1 Using Software Architectures to Acquire Product Lines: Getting Started This meeting is scheduled for 1-3 October 1997, at the Army Reuse Center in Ft. Belvoir, VA. The objective of this meeting is to produce a short point paper discussing the priorities for a product line acquisition manager interested in piloting an ar- chitecture-based product line acquisition strategy. Issues iden- tiffed at last summer's workshop will be fleshed out and ranked in order of importance. For the top issues, first steps will be suggested. 4.2 Ownership and Control Issues in SoRware Architecture-Based Acquisition of Product Lines The second meeting is scheduled for 12-14 January 1998, at the Software Engineering Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. The ob- jective of this meeting is to produce a short point paper ar- ticulating the acquisition business models identified at last summer's workshop. If time, the responsibilities and authority of the stakeholders within the different business models will be elaborated. 4.3 Relationship of DoD Architecture-Driven Standards to Product Line Acquisition Business Models This meeting is scheduled for 25-27 March 1998, at the Soft- ware Engineering Institute in Arlington, VA. The objective of this meeting is to produce a short point paper discussing how product line acquisition organizations could effectively apply DOD standards in the acquisition of a family of software- intensive systems. Meeting participants will discuss the appli- cability of DOD architecture initiatives to sott3vare architec- ture-based acquisitions of a product line. 4.4 Workshop: Getting Started in Architecture-Based Acquisitions of Software-Intensive Product Lines The Second Annual Workshop will be held 8-10 June 1998, at the Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, MA. The objective of the workshop is to investigate how software architecture technol- ogy can be applied to the process of acquiring all or part of a line of software-intensive systems. Based on government and industry experiences, working groups will make recommenda- tions for moving to an architecture-based acquisition approach for a product line. Notes on the Second International
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