ARR 2012

Program

March 6, March 7


Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Davidson Conference Center


7:30 am Registration and Breakfast
8:30 am Welcome Nenad Medvidovic' (USC CSSE), JoAnn Lane (USC CSSE)
8:40 am Keynote: Logic of Failure Barry Boehm (USC CSSE)
9:30 am Break
Session 1: Insights from Empirical Systems and Software Engineering
9:45 am COTS Integration Estimation: Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Wilson Rosa (US DoD)
10:10 am Domain-Based Phase Effort Distribution Analysis Thomas Tan (USC CSSE)
10:30 am Winbook Nupul Kukreja (USC CSSE)
10:50 am Mathematical Formulation and Validation of the
Impact of Requirements Volatility on Systems
Engineering Effort
Mauricio Peña (USC CSSE)
11:10 am Break
Session 2: Complexity, Flexibility, and Agility I
11:25 am Integrating Systems Engineering and
Development Through Agile/Lean Techniques
Dan Ingold (USC CSSE)
11:45 am Learning from Programmatic FailuresPaul Collopy (University of
Alabama, Huntsville)
12:10 pm Complexity in Context: A Biological ViewAlan Levin (USC Adjunct
Professor)
12:35 pm Lunch
Session 3: Human Factors
2:00 pm Systems Engineering Experience AcceleratorJon Wade (Stevens Institute of
Technology)
2:25 pm Human Failure ModesAzad Madni (USC Industrial
Systems Engineering)
2:50 pm Engineers' Perception of Risk Lynne Cooper (JPL, USC
Industrial Systems Engineering)
3:15 pm Incremental Development
Productivity Decline (IDPD) in Software Development
Ramin Moazeni
3:35 pm Break
Session 4: Parallel Workshops/Tools Fair/ Delphis/ Birds of a Feather
3:50 pm Form subgroups—move to session
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Expediting Systems EngineeringSue Koolmanojwong (USC CSSE)
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Using Social Networking Technology for
Requirements Negotiation
Nupul Kukreja (USC CSSE)
4:00pm - 5:30 pm IDPD Survey
6:00pm - 9:00 pm Affiliate's Dinner with Tools Fair Cocktail
Reception (University Club)

 


Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Davidson Conference Center


7:30 am Check in and Breakfast  
8:15 am 2nd Day Welcome Nenad Medvidovic' (USC CSSE)
8:20am Keynote: Understanding Frequent Root Causes of System-Development Failure Neil Siegel (Northrop Grumman)
9:15 am Break
Session 1 : Complexity, Flexibility, Agility II
9:30 am Schedule Compliance Risk Assessment
Methodology (SCRAM)
Adrian Pitman (Australia DMO)
9:55 am The Potential High Cost of Very Simple Systems Engineering Errors Jim Gottfried (SAIC)
10:20 am Can a Systems Reliability Approach Avoid the Logic of Failure? Myron Hecht (Aerospace)
10:45am Logic—Quantitative Framework for Decisionmaker's
Management of Mission Failure Risk
Sergio Guarro (Aerospace)
11:10 am Break
Session 2: Failure Avoidance via Requirements, Architectures, and Testing
11:25 am Requirements and Architectures for
System-of-Systems Integration
Ivo Krka (USC CSSE)
11:45 am Value-Based Testing Qi Li (USC CSSE)
12:05 pm Architectural Recovery to Aid Detection of Architectural Degradation Joshua Garcia (USC CSSE)
12:25 pm Integrated Development and Run-time Environments Hossein Tajalli (USC CSSE)
12:45 pm Lunch
Session 3: Failure Avoidance through System Vulnerability Analysis,
Simulation, and Testing
2:00 pm Developing Systems Thinking
Competencies through Facilitated
Simulation Experiences
Ricardo Valerdi (University of
Arizona)
2:25 pm Game Theory for Security Milind Tambe (USC Computer
Science and Industrial Systems
Engineering)
2:50 pm How Security Fails in Federated Systems Cliff Neuman (USC Center for
Computer Systems Security,
Director)
3:15 pm What Can be Learned from Testing for Future Projects GJ Halfond (USC Computer
Science)
3:40 pm Break
Session 4: Panel "What is Needed to Avoid Failures?"
4:00 pm What is Needed to Avoid Failures Moderator: Nenad Medvidovic';
Panelists TBD
Session 5 : Discussion and Wrap-Up
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Discussion and Wrap-Up

   
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