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Unformatted text preview: 1.264 Lecture 4 Software Process: CMMI, ISO Case study: Chemical inventory system • Do you have questions on what happened? • What are your overall reactions to this? – Does it seem familiar? Has this happened to you? Others? – What related experiences have you had? • Discussion items – List as many errors that were made by this team as you can. – What should the team have done to avoid these errors? – What software development process should the team have used? Sketch a rough timeline. • Summary Case study: Warehouse management system • Do you have questions on what happened? • What are your overall reactions to this? – Does it seem familiar? Has this happened to you? Others? – What related experiences have you had? • Discussion items – What lifecycle models should you use? Not use? – How do estimate the time this system will take? – List the major risks • Summary – – – – – Capability Maturity Model for Software • Developed at Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Carnegie-Mellon University (www.sei.cmu.edu) • De facto standard for software process assessment • Five level model 1: Initial 2: Repeatable 3: Defined 4: Managed 5: Optimized • Predictability, effectiveness and control of software processes improve as organization moves up these levels • Two readings on CMM/CMMI are on the MIT Server. CMM Motivation • 20 years of unfulfilled promises about productivity and quality gains from new software technology • Organizations realized fundamental problem is the inability to manage the software process • CMM provides guidance on how to evolve toward a culture of software engineering and rational management CMM Level 1: Initial • Ad hoc, occasionally chaotic • Few processes defined • Success depends on individual effort and heroics –...
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course ESD 1.264j taught by Professor Georgekocur during the Fall '06 term at MIT.

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