Accession Number : ADA315927
Title : Exploring Systematic Reuse for Command and Control Systems. Version 02.00.02.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : VIRGINIA CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR SOFTWARE REUSE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER HERND ON
Personal Author(s) : O'Connor, James ; Mansour, Catharine ; Turner-Harris, Jerry. ; Campbell, Grady, Jr
PDF Url : ADA315927
Report Date : DEC 1993
Pagination or Media Count : 16
Abstract : This paper describes an initial use and evaluation of the Software Productivity consortium's Synthesis methodology by the Command and Control Systems Division (CCSD) of Rockwell International. Synthesis supports instituting a product line of similar software intensive systems, forming a domain of mechanically derivable systems. The potential for a product line exists whenever there is a perceived market for a series of similar products or product versions. Synthesis defines an approach, based on domain-specific reuse, by which an organization can standardize its perceptions of customers needs and effective solutions to those needs. The approach helps an organization identify specific business objectives that enable standardized products. Product standardization is the foundation for a product line and an associated production process with which the organization can achieve significant improvements in productivity, product quality, manageability, and responsiveness to diverse and changing customer needs.
Descriptors : *COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, *REUSABLE EQUIPMENT, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, COMMERCE, PRODUCTION, SYNTHESIS, QUALITY, PRODUCTION CONTROL, STANDARDIZATION, PRODUCTIVITY.
Subject Categories : Command, Control and Communications Systems
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE