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In response to a comment on my initial post introducing the SEI blog, I wanted to provide some additional information on new and upcoming SEI research initiatives. In this post, I describe these areas, and include a "sneak preview" of upcoming blog postings in each area.
Innovating software for competitive advantage. This area focuses on creating disruptive innovations to revolutionize the development of assured software-reliant systems. Upcoming blog postings will describe
Securing the cyber infrastructure. This area focuses on enabling informed trust and confidence in using information and communication technology to ensure a securely connected world. We've already published a post on learning a portfolio-based checker for identifying provenance-similarity of binary code. Upcoming blog postings in this area will describe
Advancing quantitative methods for engineering software. This area focuses on improving the sustainment, affordability, and availability of software-reliant systems through quantitative models, measurement, and management methods. Upcoming blog postings in this area will describe
This summary just scratches the surface of SEI research activities. We're also engaged in other projects related to analysis of quality attributes in software-reliant systems, cyber security, multi-view decision making, customer-focused requirements elicitation, process improvement in teams and organizations, software product lines, software architecture, and many more. Please stay tuned to the SEI blog for coverage of these and many other topics over the coming months!
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