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[External] ANSI/IEEE Std 1042-1987 - IEEE Guide to Software Configuration Management

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The guide provides guidance in planning software configuration management (SCM) practices that are compatible with ANSI/IEEE Std 828-1983, IEEE Standard for Software Configuration Management Plans. Three groups are served by this guide: developers of software, software management community, and those responsible for preparation of SCM plans. The developers of software will be interested in the different ways SCM can be used to support the software engineering process. The management community will be interested in how the SCM plan can be tailored to the needs and resources of a project. Those preparing plans for SCM will be interested in the suggestions and examples for preparation of a plan. The introduction of this guide presents a technical and philosophical overview of the SCM planning process. Subsequent paragraphs in the body of the guide contain general statements of principles, commentary on issues to consider, and lessons learned for the corresponding paragraph in the outline of the ANSI/IEEE Std 828-1983 Plan. Four Appendixes illustrate how the ANSI/IEEE Std 828-1983 can be used for a variety of different projects. A fifth Appendix lists current references that may be useful in planning SCM.

Overview of the EIA 632 Standard: Processes for Engineering a System

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EIA632 Overview

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Overview of the EIA 632 Standard:
Processes for Engineering a System

James N. Martin
Raytheon Systems Co.
6600 Chase Oaks Blvd M/S8497

Plano, TX75023

j-martin@ti.com

Abstract

The EIA 632 standard has been developed that describes the “processes for
engineering a system.” This standard evolved from EIA/IS 632—the interim standard that
describes a systems engineering process. This paper will describe the structure of the
standard, elements of theprocess, and key concepts such as stakeholder requirements,
enabling products,building blocks, and development layers.

Referenced standards and/or methodologies

Evolution of EIA 632 from an Interim Standard to a Full Standard

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EIA632 Evolution
2/2/03 6:35 PM

Evolution of EIA 632
from an Interim Standard to a Full Standard

James N. Martin
Raytheon Systems Co.
6600 Chase Oaks Blvd M/S8497

Plano, TX75023

j-martin@ti.com

Abstract

The EIA 632 standard has been developed that describes the “processes for
engineering a system.” This standard evolved from EIA/IS 632—the interim standard that
describes a systems engineering process. This paper will describe the heritage of this
standard, reasons for this particular evolutionary step, and the approach in converting from
the interim standard to the full standard.

Referenced standards and/or methodologies

Standard: ANSI/EIA-632 - Processes for Engineering a System

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