Accession Number : ADB157204

Title :   Software Technology for Adaptable, Reliable Systems (STARS) Program: Cleanroom Software Process Case Study,

Corporate Author : IBM FEDERAL SECTOR DIV GAITHERSBURG MD

Personal Author(s) : Ett, William H.

Report Date : 26 JUL 1991

Pagination or Media Count : 48

Abstract : The Cleanroom Software Process Case Study Problem describes the problem selected for evaluating software process enactment capabilities required of IBM STARS Task IS15. This document selects a portion of the process defined in The Cleanroom Engineering Software Development Process (IBM CDRL 7001-001) for use in planning the implementation of a well-defined process, in support of IBM's evaluation of the process enactment support tool, the Knowledge-based Integration Shell (KI Shell). The Cleanroom Software Process Case Study problem also provides the Host-at-Sea Buoy Problem, specified in box structure notation, for use in testing the implemented software processes. This document provides a comparison of the Cleanroom Software Process Case Study problem with the criteria established for examining process aspects, described in the paper entitled Comparisons of Software Process Descriptions, by Mark Kellner and Dieter Rombach, published in the Proceedings of the 6th International Software Process Workshop: Support for the Software Process.

Descriptors :   , BOXES, CASE STUDIES, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, ENGINEERING, INTEGRATION, KNOWLEDGE BASED SYSTEMS, RELIABILITY, SHELLS(STRUCTURAL FORMS), STARS, TOOLS.

Subject Categories : Computer Programming and Software

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE