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Topic Title: Automotive software case study
Topic Summary: Who want to participate in an automotive case study?
Created On: 18 May 2010 11:07 AM
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 18 May 2010 11:07 AM
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blondeix

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Joined: 08 July 2002

Hello,
Warning: there is no money in this proposition only a shared interest.
I am looking for Automotive software specialists interested in software specification, measurement and project estimation to collaborate in the following Automotive project:
Objective: to create a 2/3 pages (A4) case study on the following theme.
Source: A recent misadventure from an important car manufacturer has alerted me on the use of software in car's braking system. My immediate reaction was that this software needed to be measured (COSMIC method at least, www.cosmicon.com). Also, the related development project would need to be estimated. Agile practitioners have also their own measurement and estimation techniques.
The theme: My proposition is to create a comparative case study on a (maybe simplified) automotive piece of software demonstrating both approaches.
Please email me your interests or your comments.
Best regards,
Bernard Londeix MIET, MBCS, MAPM, CEng
Telmaco Ltd
E: blondeix@telmaco.co.uk or blondeix@iee.org
W: www.telmaco.co.uk

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