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SHORT DESCRIPTION

Description of the STARS Process Transfer Experiment


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ASSET PROFILE

UNIT NAME
PTER
VERSION
N/A
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
1992 IBM
LOCATION
ASSET
PAL

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ABSTRACT

ASSET_A_293:  Process Transfer Experiment Results (Final).
     This document describes the STARS "Process Transfer Experiment"
that was  conducted during the "T" increment, and presents the lessons
learned and  experiences from performing a process transfer.   The
"Process Transfer  Experiment" that was performed was designed to meet
two objectives: 1) To investigate aspects and characteristics of a
process transfer, by performing one, and 2) To prepare an SPMS model
suitable to support the planning of  Cleanroom Software engineering
efforts.
     The goal of the "Process Transfer Experiment" was to understand the
requirements for a process asset that is to be placed in a process asset
library, in terms of its ability to be understood and applied by
process asset  library consumers.  This report discusses our
observations about process asset  characteristics required for a process
asset to be understood and applied.


REVISION HISTORY

26 July 1992        IBM     Initial release to ASSET
20 December 1993    ASSET   Initial release to the PAL


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