IEEE-CS N. VA & DC & ASQ 509 SW SIG
Testing Software where Cause is De-coupled from Effect
Presented by George Hurlburt
Tuesday August 25, 2015
Time: 6:30 PM – Networking and Pizza; 7:00 – 8:00 PM – Program
There is no cost to attend at McLean, Silver Spring
Software, when deeply embedded among systems, often behaves as a complex adaptive system. This is true in a system of systems or a network of networks environment characterized by modern, software-dominant defense capabilities. It will also be true as the Internet of Anything takes hold. In such instances, traditional white or black box testing, as well as modeling and simulation, all fall short of validating all potential outcomes. Rather, massive path traversal where edges convey meaning offers a potential software testing solution which is achievable when telemetry data is abundant.
George Hurlburt, a frequent contributor to IEEE journals, is currently engaged in developing a Masters Program in “Dynamic Networks” for the University College of the University of Maryland (UMUC) and working through the United Nations and other groups concerned with big data analytics to speed Ebola response and recovery in West Africa.
Location Data: The presenter will be at Mitre McLean location with the presentation video teleconferenced to:
PRIMARY SITE: MITRE-2 room 1N100, 7515 Colshire Drive, McLean, VA 22102
Alternate Sites: FDA, Bldg 66, room G512, 10903 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, MD; MITRE Eatontown, NJ; MITRE Aberdeen, MD
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