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Requirements for a process system to support a Cleanroom


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ASSET PROFILE

UNIT NAME
CEPA - Cleanroom Engineering Process Assistant Specifications
VERSION
FINAL
ORIGIN
ASSET
REVIEW CODE
OK
INET ADDRESS
librarian@source.asset.com
AUTHOR
William H. Ett
IBM Corporation
RIGHTS
Approved for public release; distribution unlimited
COPYRIGHT
1991 IBM
LOCATION
ASSET
PAL

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ABSTRACT

ASSET_A_274:  CEPA (Cleanroom Engineering Process Assistant) Specifications 
     This document provides the requirements for a process system to
support  the development of software using the "Cleanroom Engineering
Software  Development Process".  This document provides functional
specifications (in  box structure notation) for the "Cleanroom
Engineering Process Assistant  (CEPA)" prototype system and provides a
concept of operations for the CEPA  support of the "Cleanroom
Engineering Software Development Process".
     This document is a companion document to the "Cleanroom Software
Process  Case Study" problem document (ASSET_A_273; IBM CDRL 03706-001)
and the  "Cleanroom Software Process Case Study:  Executive Summary"
(ASSET_A_188;  IBM CDRL 03706-001B).


REVISION HISTORY

26 July 1991      IBM    Initial release to ASSET
11 December 1993  ASSET  Initial release to the PAL


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