Working Group Details
WG_LCP - Working Group for Life Cycle Processes
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IEEE 15026-4-2013 - IEEE Standard Adoption of ISO/IEC 15026-4--Systems and Software Engineering--Systems and Software Assurance--Part 4: Assurance in the Life Cycle
Guidance and recommendations for conducting selected processes, activities, and tasks for systems and software products requiring assurance claims for properties selected for special attention (called critical properties) are given in this adoption of ISO/IEC 15026-4:2012. IEEE Std 15026-4-2013 specifies a property-independent list of processes, activities and tasks to achieve the claim and show the achievement of the claim. IEEE Std 15026-4-2013 establishes the processes, activities, tasks, guidance, and recommendations in the context of a defined life cycle model and set of life cycle processes for system and/or software life cycle management.
IEEE/ISO/IEC 15026-4-2021 - ISO/IEC/IEEE International Standard - Systems and software engineering--Systems and software assurance -- Part 4: Assurance in the life cycle
This document provides guidance and recommendations for assurance of a selected claim about the system-of-interest by achieving the claim and showing the achievement. The guidance and recommendations are given in a System Assurance process view on top of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 and a Software Assurance process view on top of ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207.
IEEE/ISO/IEC 24774-2021 - ISO/IEC/IEEE International Standard -Systems and software engineering - Life cycle management--Specification for process description
A number of international, national and industry standards describe processes and process models. Process models are developed for a range of purposes including process implementation and assessment. In order for users of standards to select the appropriate forms of process description and apply them in a consistent fashion, it is desirable to develop a common characterization of all of these forms of process description. This document presents requirements for the description of processes in terms of their format, content and level of prescription. Because of the wide usage of process descriptions, process elements are categorized as ?Required? or ?Optional?. Although developed within ISO/IEC/JTC1/SC7 ? Systems and software engineering, the requirements of this document can be applied to any process model or description developed for any purpose.