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ISO - ISO TS 15530-4 - GEOMETRICAL PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS (GPS) — COORDINATE MEASURING MACHINES (CMM): TECHNIQUE FOR DETERMINING THE UNCERTAINTY OF MEASUREMENT — PART 4: EVALUATING TASK-SPECIFIC MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY USING SIMULATION - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2008-06-01
Description: This part of ISO 15530 specifies requirements (for the manufacturer and the user) for the application of (simulation-based) uncertainty evaluating software (UES) to measurements made with CMMs, and gives informative descriptions of simulation techniques used for evaluating task-specific measurement uncertainty.
DS/ISO/TS 15530-4 - GEOMETRICAL PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS (GPS) - COORDINATE MEASURING MACHINES (CMM): TECHNIQUE FOR DETERMINING THE UNCERTAINTY OF MEASUREMENT - PART 4: EVALUATING TASK-SPECIFIC MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY USING SIMULATION Organization: DS
Date: 2008-11-25
Description: This part of ISO 15530 specifies requirements (for the manufacturer and the user) for the application of (simulation-based) uncertainty evaluating software (UES) to measurements made with CMMs, and gives informative descriptions of simulation techniques used for evaluating task-specific measurement uncertainty.
CRC - KE33196 - SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE : INTEGRATING TESTING, SECURITY, AND AUDIT Organization: CRC
Date: 2016-04-27
Description: This section also discusses the definition, measurement, and metrics of reliability based on standards and quality metrics methodology CMM models. It discusses the ISO 15504 standard, CMMs, PSP, and TSP and includes an appendix containing a software process improvement sample document.
CRC - AUE3796 - ACCELERATING PROCESS IMPROVEMENT USING AGILE TECHNIQUES Organization: CRC
Date: 2005-12-16
Description: The book details step-by-step how to implement the Accelerating Process Improvement Methodology (APIM) and how to integrate APIM with various standard process improvement models and methodologies, including the ISO 9000 series, SPICE, TQM, SPIRE, PMBOK, and CMM/CMMI. Agile process improvement enables organizations to rapidly set strategic goals, meet a greater percentage of user requirements, and realize a quicker return on investment.

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