SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT APPLIED TO LARGE COMPUTER PROGRAMS IN BUIC III; REVIEW OF EXPERIENCE
Rept. for Jul 1968-Jun 1969
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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The report is a review and analysis of experience with the application of Air Force systems management techniques to the acquisition of information processing elements in the 416M BUIC III system program. The report includes a background review of the systems management concepts and trends in relation to practices which had been employed in L-system programs preceding BUIC III. Novel requirements introduced in BUIC III are identified in the areas of computer program configuration management, standard documentation, design reviews, and Category I testing, and a summary is presented of the milestones associated with these requirements as they actually occurred during the program. Finally, the experience in specific areas is discussed and evaluated with respect to implications for future modification and use of the management techniques.
- Administration and Management
- Computer Programming and Software
- Antiaircraft Defense Systems