Superseded Standard

IEEE 12207-1996

ISO/IEC International Standard - Information Technology - Software Life Cycle Processes

ISO/IEC 12207 provides a common framework for developing and managing software. IEEE/EIA 12207.0 consists of the clarifications, additions, and changes accepted by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) as formulated by a joint project of the two organizations. IEEE/EIA 12207.0 contains concepts and guidelines to foster better understanding and application of the standard. Thus this standard provides industry a basis for software practices that would be usable for both national and international business.

Sponsor Committee
C/S2ESC - Software & Systems Engineering Standards Committee
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Status
Superseded Standard
Board Approval
1996-12-10
History
ANSI Approved:
1998-03-12

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/S2ESC - Software & Systems Engineering Standards Committee
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Working Group
WG_LCP - Working Group for Life Cycle Processes
IEEE Program Manager
Patricia Roder
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Working Group Chair
Teresa Doran

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P12207

Systems and software engineering -- Software life cycle processes

This document establishes a common framework for software life cycle processes, with well defined terminology, that can be referenced by the software industry. It contains processes, activities, and tasks that are to be applied during the acquisition of a software system, product or service and during the supply, development, operation, maintenance and disposal of software products. This is accomplished through the involvement of stakeholders, with the ultimate goal of achieving customer satisfaction. Software includes the software portion of firmware. This document includes those aspects of system definition needed to provide the context for software systems and services. This document also provides processes that can be employed for defining, controlling, and improving software life cycle processes within an organization or a project.

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P24748-4

Systems and Software Engineering -- Life Cycle Management -- Part 4: Systems Engineering Management Planning

ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288, Systems and software engineering -- System life cycle processes, provides a common process framework covering the life cycle of human-made systems, from the conception of ideas through to the retirement of a system. It provides the processes for acquiring and supplying systems. In addition, this framework provides for the assessment and improvement of the life cycle processes. This common framework improves communication and cooperation among the parties that create, utilize, and manage modern systems in order that they can work in an integrated, coherent fashion. The acquisition or supply of a system is usually done within a project. A project prepares and implements the technical planning, resources and schedules necessary to guide the project toward accomplishment of its objectives and proper conclusion. The project's authorization and objectives are documented in an information item identified as a Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP). This document defines a SEMP as the key vehicle for representing a project's application of systems life cycle processes. In this document, the terms technical planning and systems engineering planning are used interchangeably to emphasize or differentiate technical contributions in the processes under discussion.

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