Part I of this series appeared in the Fall 1993 issue of the DACS Newsletter and discussed how cost analysis can help a program manager throughout the software life cycle. Part II suggests possible reforms to help improve the accuracy of cost estimates, improve software management, and better aid the acquisition process.
The Journal of Cyber Security and Information Systems
The Journal of Cyber Security and Information Systems is a quarterly journal focusing on scientific and technical research & development, methods and processes, policies and standards, security, reliability, quality, and lessons learned case histories.
Despite the drastic cutbacks in defense spending, military expenditure on software and software intensive programs continues to grow at a fairly rapid rate. Rather than develop new programs, many of the project initiatives on the drawing boards in military Program Offices involve modifications to existing systems and using existing resources to the fullest
Problems which are well suited to neural networks are those in which there are large sets of examples, the task involves associating objects in one set with objects in another set, the problem is not easily solved using another approach, or the problem requires recognition of patterns from incomplete, noisy, or partially incorrect input. In addition, neural
Historically, software testing was the process of exercising a computer program to verify that it performed as required and expected. The strategic goal of software testing was to demonstrate correctness and quality. It is now known that this view of testing is not correct. Testing cannot produce quality software, nor can it confirm correctness. Testing can