IEEE Std 15939:2008 pdf free download

IEEE Std 15939:2008 pdf free download

IEEE Std 15939:2008 pdf free download.IEEE Standard Adoption of ISO/IEC 15939:2007一Systems and Software Engineering-Measurement Process.
Figure 1 shows that the Core Measurement Process is driven by the information needs of the organization. For each information need, the Core Measurement Process produces an informeton product that satisfies the information need. The information product is conveyed to the organization as a basis for decision-making. The link between measures and an information need is described as the Measurement Information Model in Annex A. This annex also includes examples.
Performance of the normative activities and tasks defined in this International Standard satisfies at least the
Capability Level 1 requirements in ISO/IEC 15504-2:2003. However, the guidance included in this
International Standard provides the basis for implementing the measurement process at progressively higher
levels of capability.
The process defined in this International Standard includes an evaluation activity, as shown in Figure 1. The intent is to emphasize that evaluation and feedback are an essential component of the measurement process. and should lead to improvements of the measurement process and measures. Evaluation can be simple, and performed in an ad hoc manner when capability is low, or it can be quantitative with sophisticated statistical techniques to evaluate the quality of the measurement process and its outputs when capability is high. Measures should be evaluated in terms of the added value they provide for the organization, and only deployed where the benefit can be Identified.
Included in the cycle is the ‘Measurement Experience Bas&. This is intended to capture information products from past iterations of the cycle, previous evaluations of information products, and evaluations of previous iterations of the measurement process. This would include the measures that have been found to be useful in the organizational unit. No assumptions are made about the nature or technology of this “Measurement Experience Base”, only that it be a persistent storage. Artefacts (for example, information products, historical data, and lessons learned) stored in the “Measurement Experience Base” are intended to be reused in future iterations of the measurement process.
Since the process model is cyclical, subsequent iterations may only update measurement products and practices. This International Standard does not imply that measurement products and practices need to be developed and implemented for each iteration of the process. The wording used in this International Standard adopts the convention that one is implementing the measurement process for the first time (i.e., the first iteration). During subsequent iterations, this wording should be interpreted as updating or changing documentation and current practices.
The typical functional roles mentioned in this International Standard are: stakeholder, sponsor, measurement user, measurement analyst, measurement librarian, data provider, and measurement process owner. These are defined in Clause 2 of this International Standard.