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TEAM-ADA November 1999

Subject:

FW: FAA Software Engineering Lecture

From:

"Kester, Rush W." <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Kester, Rush W.

Date:

Mon, 1 Nov 1999 14:02:34 -0500

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Is anyone planning to attend this meeting at FAA HQ in Washington, DC on
11/17 1 til 2:30pm?

This sounds like an excellent venue for doing a little promoting of Ada's
vertues (on the side).

Rush Kester
charter member Team-Ada

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Norlander, Pat
> Sent: Monday, November 01, 1999 10:57 AM
> To:   Kester, Rush W.
> Subject:      FW: FAA Software Engineering Lecture
>
> Rush,
>
> Does this lecture have any interest for you?
>
> Pat
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject:      FAA Software Engineering Lecture
>
> ----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Dryer [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 1999 4:25 PM
> Subject: Software Engineering Lecture
>
>
> The Chief Information Officer of the FAA announces another presentation in
> the Software Engineering Lecture series.
>
> Topic: Software Improvement Feedback Loops: The SEL Perspective Speaker:
> Dr. Victor Basili, IEEE & ACM Fellow, Professor of Computer Science,
> University of Maryland, College Park Date: November 17, 1999 Time: 1:00
> p.m. until 2:30 p.m Location: FAA Auditorium, FAA Headquarters, Third
> Floor
>
> This presentation is open to all Government and contractor personnel.
>
> No prior registration is required. Questions should be directed to Dr.
> Rebecca Deloney at (202) 267-8771
>
> Abstract: Software Improvement Feedback Loops: The SEL Perspective Over
> the past 23 years, we have been studying mechanisms for improving the
> software process and product. We have been evolving a set of processes:
> the Goal/Question/Metric Paradigm, the Quality Improvement Paradigm, and
> the Experience Factory Organization. These processes are based on the need
> for measurement and feedback loops (from product to process and
> project-to-project) creating a learning organization for building software
> competencies.
>
> These processes have evolved since 1976, when we first tried to measure
> and improve the software process and product in Software Engineering
> Laboratory (SEL) at NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center.
>
> Since then, we have generated lessons learned and packaged them into our
> processes, products, and organizational structure. We have also used the
> SEL as a laboratory to build models, and test hypotheses to learn what
> will work and what will not work. Additionally, we have applied ideas when
> applicable, and kept the business going with an aim at continually
> improving and learning.
>
> Dr. Basili's presentation will offer a discussion of these processes, how
> they evolved, the lessons learned, and the effects of their application in
> the SEL. He will also discuss how these processes are being used at the
> Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering.
>
> Biography: Dr. Victor R. Basili, an IEEE and ACM Fellow, is Professor of
> Computer Science at the University of Maryland, College Park, the
> Executive Director of the Fraunhofer Center, Maryland, and one of the
> founders and principals in the Software Engineering Laboratory (SEL). He
> works on
> measuring, evaluating, and improving the software development process and
> product, and has consulted for many organizations, including AT&T, Boeing,
> Daimler-Chrysler, Ericsson, FAA, GE, GTE, IBM, Lucent, MCC, Motorola, NRL,
> NSWC, and NASA. Dr. Basili is recipient of a NASA Group Achievement Award
> and a NASA/GSFC Productivity Improvement and Quality Enhancement Award. He
> received the 1997 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mathematics and
> Computer Science from the Washington Academy of Sciences.
>
> Dr. Basili has also authored over 150 journal and refereed conference
> papers. He has served as Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on
> Software Engineering and Program Chair and General Chair of the 6th and
> 15th International Conference on Software Engineering. He is
> co-editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Empirical Software
> Engineering, published by Kluwer.

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