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SEL: The Software Engineering Library

        

SEL: The Software Engineering Library

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This is NASA's Software Engineering Lab web site that includes publications such as "Recommended Approach to Software Development", a good online guide to the SW development process with extensive sections on System Testing, Acceptance Testing, and other QA and testing issues. Other publications freely available at the site include "Cost and Schedule Estimation Study Report", "C Style Guide", "Software Measurement Guidebook", and "Improving the Software Testing Process...", ?Recommended Approach... More
Material Type: Reference Material
Date Added to MERLOT: January 15, 2003
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 30, 2013
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Submitter: Lehmann

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Language: English
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Avatar for Benjamin Rice
11 years ago

Benjamin Rice (Student)

Software Process information from the source. If you need advice and examples
of process components, this is definitely a great place to start looking.
Used in course

Avatar for   Lampman
11 years ago

Lampman (Student)

Large repository of documents available for FREE! As you would expect, NASA
follows a tightly defined process to the 'T' in the interest of safety and
reliability.