Software and Systems Engineering Standards: Life Cycle Processes
This course shows systems engineers how to use IEEE standards for life cycle processes, understand life cycle and engineering process concepts, select and apply useful systems and software engineering standards, and employ special considerations for the critical programs of defense and aerospace. It helps engineers to prepare for complex issues through interrelated life cycle processes and how to use agile techniques for rapid delivery without sacrificing quality and meeting customer demands.
What will you learn:
- Define the benefits and purpose of the verification and validation processes
- Describe the application of the verification and validation processes within a system of interest
- Explain how integrity levels are used to tailor the verification and validation effort
- Understand how to use the IEEE 1012 Standard
- Describe various approaches to verification and validation testing
This course is part of the following course program:
IEEE Software and Systems Engineering Standards Used in Aerospace and Defense
Courses included in this program:
Who should attend: aerospace engineers, project managers, software engineers, government, defense, standards developers
Dr. Annette Reilly
In her 31-year career at Lockheed Martin, Dr. Annette Reilly held responsibilities for proposal and engineering management, systems engineering, and technical documentation. She is the co-editor of ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207, Software engineering—Life cycle processes, and editor or co-editor of 12 other standards. She edited the systems and software engineering vocabulary, ISO/IEC/IEEE 24765, which is freely available online. She is the IEEE Computer Society representative to the ISO/IEC standards development committee for systems and software engineering, leading the development of over 35 joint ISO/IEC/IEEE standards, and has served on the executive committee for IEEE systems and software engineering standards for over 15 years.
Publication Year: 2021