The workshop looks at the advancement of software engineering principles and techniques and explores ideas on best practice and future directions. SEW 2003's twenty-five papers report on past experiences and describes new and emerging results and techniques. In addition, it focuses on NASA's mission and goals, and how techniques might be applied, or adapted for use, at NASA, or how NASA's techniques might be used or adapted for more generic use.Software is represented in the form of some number of modules where functionality, interfaces, inputs, and outputs are well ... We have developed a partial paradigm for transforming sequence diagrams into software fault trees, which isanbsp;...
|Title||:||28th Annual NASA Goddard Software Engineering Workshop|
|Publisher||:||IEEE - 2004-01|