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Systems Engineering: Project Practicum MSSE5345: Home

The Systems Engineering Project Practicum course provides to students the opportunity to apply Systems Engineering methodologies and processes in real customer projects that build a system. The class is project based and students are members of self-direc

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Mapping: CMMI V2.0 DEV to INCOSE SE Handbook V4

Mapping: INCOSE SE Handbook V4 to CMMI V2.0 DEV

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Team Software Process (TSP)

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YouTube: Published on Dec 9, 2015

Any endeavour in any moderately complex environment will produce unexpected results often enough to require attention. However, these unexpected results can require changed interactions between the team members rather than changed process. The Team Software Process provides a way to consider improvements in team interactions that affect product or project outcomes.

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