The 15288 standard and other related documents are listed below with a brief description of each.
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Processes for Engineering a System
The purpose of this Standard is to provide an integrated set of fundamental processes
to aid a developer in the engineering or re-engineering of a system.
Systems and Software Engineering Project Management
This standard, which specifies the required content of a project management plan (PMP),
is intended to help project managers successfully manage projects concerned with software-intensive systems
or software products. The standard quotes purpose and outcome
statements from ISO/IEC 12207 and 15288 processes, and adds detailed guidance for managing projects
that use these processes.
Systems and Software Engineering Life Cycle Process Documentation Content
ISO/IEC 15289:2006 was developed to assist users of systems and software life cycle processes
manage information items. It is based on the life cycle processes
specified in ISO/IEC 15288:2002 or ISO/IEC 12207:1995/AMD 1:2002/AMD 2. Information items are essential
to preserving what transpired when using system life cycle processes, and may be identified as deliverable documents.
This standard may be applied to any of the activities and tasks of a project, system or software product,
or service life cycle. It is not limited by the size, complexity or criticality of the project. It may be
applied to all forms of information items, information item content, and document delivery media.
Systems and Software Engineering Project Management Processes
ISO/IEC 16326:2009 provides prescriptive content specifications for project management
plans covering software projects, and software-intensive system projects. It also provides
detailed discussion and advice on applying a set of project management processes that are common to
both the software and system life cycle as covered by ISO/IEC 12207 and ISO/IEC 15288.
Systems and Software Engineering Guide for Life Cycle Management
ISO/IEC TR 24748-1:2010 facilitates the use of ISO/IEC 15288 and ISO/IEC 12207 by providing a reference model for life cycle models and
illustrating the use of a life cycle model for systems and software in the context of 15288 and 12207. It
describes life cycle concepts including the purposes and outcomes of life cycle stages and
it provides advice on adapting a life cycle models for unique projects and domains.
ISO/IEC TR 24748-1:2010 is a result of the alignment stage of the harmonization of ISO/IEC 12207 and ISO/IEC 15288.
Application and Management of Systems Engineering Process
ISO/IEC 26702:2007 defines the interdisciplinary tasks which are required throughout a system's life cycle to transform customer needs, requirements and constraints into a system solution. In addition, it specifies the requirements for the systems engineering process and its application throughout the product life cycle.
Guide for Requirements Engineering Tools
Requirements engineering is an essential process in the 12207 and 15288 standards.
This technical report provides guidance on desirable capabilities of requirements
engineering (RE) tools and serves as a supplement to ISO/IEC 14102:2008 for the
evaluation and selection of CASE tools.
Software and systems engineering Software testing
New IEEE Standard - Active. The purpose of the ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119 series of software testing standards is to define an internationally-agreed set of standards for software testing that can be used by any organization when performing any form of software testing. ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119-1 facilitates the use of the other ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119 standards by introducing the concepts and vocabulary on which these standards are built, as well as providing examples of its application in practice. ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119-1 is informative, providing a starting point, context, and guidance for the other parts
Recommended Practice for Architectural Descriptions
This document addresses the creation, analysis and sustainment of architectures of software-intensive systems, and the recording of such architectures.
ISO/IEC 42010 establishes a conceptual framework for architectural description and
defines the content of an architectural description. Annexes provide the rationale for
key concepts and terminology, the relationships to other standards, and examples of usage.