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CSA ISO/IEC 15288 : 2009 : R2014

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SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING - SYSTEM LIFE CYCLE PROCESSES

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Withdrawn date

21-07-2021

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-01-2014

Introduction
1 Overview
2 Conformance
3 Normative references
4 Terms and definitions
5 Key concepts and application of this International
  Standard
6 System Life Cycle Processes
Annex A (normative) - Tailoring Process
Annex B (informative) - Process Reference Model for Assessment
        Purposes
Annex C (informative) - Process Integration and Process
        Constructs
Annex D (informative) - Process views
Annex E (informative) - ISO/IEC 15288 and ISO/IEC 12207 Process
        alignment
Annex F (informative) - Relationship to other IEEE standards
Annex G (informative) - Bibliography
Annex H (informative) - List of Participants

Defines a common framework for describing the life cycle of systems created by humans. It also defines a set of processes and associated terminology.

DocumentType
Standard
Pages
94
ProductNote
Reconfirmed EN
PublisherName
Canadian Standards Association
Status
Withdrawn
Supersedes

Standards Relationship
ISO/IEC 15288:2008 Identical

ISO/IEC 26702:2007 Systems engineering Application and management of the systems engineering process
ISO/IEC TR 24774:2010 Systems and software engineering Life cycle management Guidelines for process description
ISO/IEC 15026:1998 Information technology System and software integrity levels
ISO/IEC 7498-1:1994 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference Model: The Basic Model
ISO/PAS 18152:2003 Ergonomics of human-system interaction Specification for the process assessment of human-system issues
ISO/IEC 9126-1:2001 Software engineering Product quality Part 1: Quality model
ISO/IEC TR 9126-4:2004 Software engineering Product quality Part 4: Quality in use metrics
ISO/IEC 15289:2006 Systems and software engineering Content of systems and software life cycle process information products (Documentation)
ISO/TR 18529:2000 Ergonomics Ergonomics of human-system interaction Human-centred lifecycle process descriptions
ISO 9004:2009 Managing for the sustained success of an organization A quality management approach
ISO/IEC 16085:2006 Systems and software engineering Life cycle processes Risk management
ISO/IEC 12207:2008 Systems and software engineering Software life cycle processes
ISO 14001:2015 Environmental management systems — Requirements with guidance for use
ISO/IEC TR 9126-3:2003 Software engineering Product quality Part 3: Internal metrics
ISO 9001:2015 Quality management systems — Requirements
ISO/IEC TR 15271:1998 Information technology Guide for ISO/IEC 12207 (Software Life Cycle Processes)
ISO 9000:2015 Quality management systems — Fundamentals and vocabulary
ISO/IEC TR 9126-2:2003 Software engineering Product quality Part 2: External metrics
ISO 9241-2:1992 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) — Part 2: Guidance on task requirements
ISO/IEC TR 19760:2003 Systems engineering A guide for the application of ISO/IEC 15288 (System life cycle processes)
ISO 10075:1991 Ergonomic principles related to mental work-load General terms and definitions
ISO 10007:2017 Quality management — Guidelines for configuration management
ISO/IEC 25030:2007 Software engineering Software product Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE) Quality requirements
ISO 6385:2016 Ergonomics principles in the design of work systems
ISO 13407:1999 Human-centred design processes for interactive systems
ISO/IEC 15939:2007 Systems and software engineering Measurement process

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