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DSF/ISO/IEC DIS 26550 - SOFTWARE AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - REFERENCE MODEL FOR PRODUCT LINE ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT Organization: DS
Description: This draft international standard is the entry point of the whole suite of international standards for software and systems product line engineering and management. The scope of this draft international standard is to: - provide the terms and definitions specific to software and systems product line engineering and management; - define a reference model for the overall structure and processes of software and systems product line engineering and management and describe how the components of the reference model fit together; - define interrelationships between the relevant components in the reference model.
IEEE - IEEE 14143.1 - IMPLEMENTATION NOTE FOR IEEE ADOPTION OF ISO/IEC 14143-1:1998 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - SOFTWARE MEASUREMENT - FUNCTIONAL SIZE MEASUREMENT - PART 1: DEFINITION OF CONCEPTS - IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY DOCUMENT Organization: IEEE
Date: 2000-01-30
Description: In the field of information technology, ISO and IEC have established a joint technical committee, ISO/IEC JTC 1. Draft International Standards adopted by the Joint Technical Committee are circulated to national bodies for voting.
IEEE - IEEE PC37.10.1 DRAFT - DRAFT IEEE GUIDE FOR THE SELECTION OF MONITORING FOR CIRCUIT BREAKERS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2016-12-01
Description: This issue of the guide does not address the subject of software used in protective, control, or monitoring devices and systems.
IEEE - IEEE 1175.1 - GUIDE FOR CASE TOOL INTERCONNECTIONS-CLASSIFICATION AND DESCRIPTION Organization: IEEE
Date: 2002-11-11
Description: The other members of this family are: - IEEE P1175.2™, Draft Recommended Practice for CASE Tool Interconnections-Characterization of Interconnections - IEEE P1175.3™, Draft Standard for CASE Tool Interconnections-Reference Model for Specifying Software Behavior - IEEE P1175.4™ , Draft Standard for CASE Tool Interconnections-Reference Model for Specifying System Behavior - IEEE P1175.5™ , Draft Standard for CASE Tool Interconnections-Syntax for Transferring Behavior Specifications Purpose To assist the users in the effective application of the IEEE 1175 family of standards, this guide provides an overview of the remaining members of this family.
CRC - KE22982 - COMPUTER ORGANIZATION, DESIGN, AND ARCHITECTURE, FIFTH EDITION Organization: CRC
Date: 2013-12-20
Description: See What’s New in the Fifth Edition Expanded coverage of embedded systems, mobile processors, and cloud computing Material for the "Architecture and Organization" part of the 2013 IEEE/ACM Draft Curricula for Computer Science and Engineering Updated commercial machine architecture examples The backbone of the book is a description of the complete design of a simple but complete hypothetical computer.
SAE J2907 - (R) PERFORMANCE CHARACTERIZATION OF ELECTRIFIED POWERTRAIN MOTOR-DRIVE SUBSYSTEM Organization: SAE
Date: 2018-02-01
Description: • Std. 11 for rail and road vehicles • Draft Std. P1812 for permanent magnet machines • Std. 112 for polyphase induction motors and generators • Std. 115 for synchronous machines Data Recording Appendices are provided in this recommended practice for recording pertinent information about the traction motor and its drive system undergoing test.
IEEE - IEEE 1596 - STANDARD FOR SCALABLE COHERENT INTERFACE (SCI) - IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY DOCUMENT Organization: IEEE
Date: 1992-03-19
Description: Historical Perspective and AcknowledgmentsMost of the developers of SCI come from high-speed-bus backgrounds, such as Fastbus (IEEE Std 960-1989) or Futurebus (IEEE Std 896.1-1987). Paul Sweazey, who was the coordinator of the Futurebus cache coherence task group, initiated a SuperBus Study Group under the IEEE Computer Society's Microprocessor Standards Committee in November 1987 to consider whether something could be done for the next bus generation to avoid the multitude of competing incompatible standards we saw in the 32-bit generation.

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