Cleanroom Engineering Handbook. Volume 3. Project Execution in the Cleanroom Environment
IBM FEDERAL SYSTEMS CO GAITHERSBURG MD
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This is one of a series of six engineering handbooks prepared for and used by the engineering staff at Picatinny Arsenal for the STARS technology transfer demonstration. The handbooks define the engineering process and algorithms that will be used in Cleanroom projects. They are designed to provide support to trained engineers using Cleanroom Engineering, not to substitute for training. This handbook, Volume 3, provides managers and team leaders with guidance in the planning, directing, and controlling of Cleanroom projects. Project execution is the planning for, and the controlling of the solution to the four major decisions within a software project. These decisions are 1 To assign tasks to specific team members in the execution of the project 2 To determine the expected completion date for some phase of the project 3 To determine if the progress made toward developing the desired software and the resources consumed to date are in balance with each other and with the projects Business Plan 4 To determine if some aspect of the design is acceptable and the design effort should continue in the current direction or if the direction should be altered. If the direction is to be altered then a replanning effort must be initiated. This volume covers topics such as completion conditions, metrics collection, forms driven process management system, file and tool reference table, and an automated process management system named CEPA cleanroom Engineering Process Assistant. Certification, Cleanroom, Cleanroom engineering, Development, Management, Software development, Specification.
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