Tag: Software-and-systems-engineering

IEEE/ISO/IEC 29119-1-2021

This document specifies general concepts in software testing and presents key concepts for the ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119 series.

IEEE/IEC 61636-1-2021

Promoting and facilitating interoperability between components of automatic test systems where test results need to be shared is addressed in this standard. The standard thus facilitates the capture of test results data in storage devices and databases, facilitating online and offline analysis. The test results schema becomes a class of information that can be used within the SIMICA family of standards. The exchange format is expressed in both the OWL and XML formats.

IEEE 12207-2-2020

ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207-2 provides the mapping expressing corresponding relations between software life cycle processes in ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207:2017 and the processes in the previous edition ISO/IEC 12207:2008. These relations are demonstrated by means of mapping tables that show relationships between Process Outcomes, and Activities and Tasks in these both editions of ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207. This mapping assists users of the ISO/IEC 12207:2008 edition to transition to using the ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207:2017 edition. This document will help users understand the differences between the reference processes and requirements of the two editions of ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207, and help the user to understand any potential gaps or process…

IEEE/ISO/IEC 24774-2021

A number of international, national and industry standards describe processes and process models. Process models are developed for a range of purposes including process implementation and assessment. In order for users of standards to select the appropriate forms of process description and apply them in a consistent fashion, it is desirable to develop a common characterization of all of these forms of process description. This document presents requirements for the description of processes in terms of their format, content and level of prescription. Because of the wide usage of process descriptions, process elements are categorized as “Required” or “Optional”. Although…

IEEE 1484.11.2-2020

An ECMAScript application programming interface (API) for content-to-runtime-services communication is described in this standard. It is based on a current industry practice called “CMI--computer managed instruction.” This API enables the communication of information between content and a runtime service (RTS) typically provided by a learning management system (LMS) via common API services using the ECMAScript language. The purpose of this standard is to build consensus around, resolve ambiguities, and correct defects in existing specifications for an ECMA¬Script API for exchanging data between learning-related content and an LMS.

IEEE/ISO/IEC 14764-2021

This standard describes an iterative process for managing and executing software maintenance activities. Use of this standard is not restricted by size, complexity, criticality, or application of the software product. This standard uses a process model to discuss and depict aspects of software maintenance. The criteria established apply to both the planning of maintenance for software while under development, as well as the planning and execution of software maintenance activities for existing software products. Ideally, maintenance planning should begin during planning for software development. This International Standard provides the framework within which generic and specific software maintenance plans may be…

IEEE/ISO/IEC 21840-2019

This document provides guidance on the application of processes in ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 to systems of systems (SoS). The scope of this document is the same as ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288, which addresses more than systems engineering activities. This document provides general guidance for each ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 process and process outcome in the context of SoS, but it does not address specific activities, tasks, methods, or procedures. Additional processes and process outcomes unique to SoS can still be needed and are not covered by this document. This document explores the similarities and differences between systems and SoS and, by extension, the similarities and…

IEEE 2067-2021

The purpose of this standard is to clarify definitions so that ambiguity in specifications can be eliminated to facilitate broad usage of Fiber Optic Bragg grating sensors in a broad range of applications including smart civil structures, avionics, security, defense, environmental monitoring and medical diagnostics. Definitions and explanations of terms relating to the use of fiber Bragg grating interrogators are provided in this standard. It also offers a list of the key performance parameters needed to describe fully a Bragg grating-based sensor system and to allow the end user readily to compare systems from different suppliers for specific applications.

IEEE 2755.1-2019

Utilizing terminology as established in IEEE Std 2755-2017, defined and classified in this guide are approximately 150 features and functions across five core areas of technology capability in the family of new technology products collectively referred to as Intelligent Process Automation. This guide is published to create clarity for individuals involved with Software-Based Intelligent Process Automation products so that industry participants may rely on a product manufacturer's functionality claims and understand the underlying technological methods used to produce those functions and how one might approach evaluating the relative sophistication and importance of each function or feature. This guide represents the…

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