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This case study describes the problem selected for evaluating software development process capabilities for the STARS Program. This document selects a portion of the process defined in "The Cleanroom Engineering Software Development Process" for use in planning the implementation of a well-defined process, in support of IBM's evaluation of the process enactment support tool, the Knowledge-based Integration Shell (KI Shell).
The "Cleanroom Software Process Case Study" problem also provides the "Host-at-Sea Buoy" problem, specified in box structure notation, for use in testing the implemented software processes.
This document is a companion document to the "Cleanroom Engineering Process Assistant Specification" and the "Cleanroom Software Process Case Study: Executive Summary".
26 July 1991 IBM Initial release to ASSET 11 December 1993 ASSET Initial release to the PAL
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