Accession Number:

ADA275950

Title:

Cleanroom Engineering Handbook. Volume 5. Development Team Practices

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

IBM FEDERAL SYSTEMS CO GAITHERSBURG MD

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1993-07-31

Pagination or Media Count:

72.0

Abstract:

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 5, explains the set of specific tasks performed by the Cleanroom Development Team to design and implement each increment j in the software project. In the Cleanroom environment, the Development Team has a well-defined mission which can be stated as Given a set of functions i.e., specifications which are to be implemented in software, find rules i.e., program code that correctly implement the functions. State-of-the-art systems engineering and software engineering principles, methods, and tools are employed in the Cleanroom development process. The theory and methods of box structure design objects that the development team utilizes are defined. Templates for preparing all design tasks are defined. Tasks for correcting software failures during certification are described. The Cleanroom process model for software system development projects is presented in Volume 1 - Cleanroom Process Overview - of this series of handbooks. Certification, Cleanroom, Cleanroom engineering, Development, Management, Software development, Specification.

Subject Categories:

  • Computer Programming and Software

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE