Some future trends and implications for systems and software engineering processes

  title={Some future trends and implications for systems and software engineering processes},
  author={Barry W. Boehm},
  journal={Systems Engineering},
In response to the increasing criticality of software within systems and the increasing demands being put onto 21st century systems, systems and software engineering processes will evolve significantly over the next two decades. This paper identifies eight relatively surprise-free trends—the increasing interaction of software engineering and systems engineering; increased emphasis on users and end value; increased emphasis on systems and software dependability; increasingly rapid change… CONTINUE READING
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