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Software For Dependable Systems: Sufficient Evidence? B Open Session Briefers Although the individuals listed below provided much useful information of various kinds to the committee, they were not asked to endorse this study’s conclusions or recommendations, nor did they see the final draft of this report before its release. DECEMBER 18-19, 2003 WASHINGTON, D.C. Helen Gill, National Science Foundation Sol Greenspan, National Science Foundation Paul L. Jones, Food and Drug Administration Carl Landwehr, National Science Foundation Ernie Lucier, Federal Aviation Administration Brad Martin, National Security Agency Paul Miner, NASA Ralph Wachter, Office of Naval Research APRIL 19-21, 2004 WORKSHOP ON SOFTWARE CERTIFICATION AND DEPENDABILITY WASHINGTON, D.C. Kent Beck, Three Rivers Institute Richard Cook, University of Chicago
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Software For Dependable Systems: Sufficient Evidence? David Dill, Stanford University Matthias Felleisen, Northeastern University Brent Goldfarb, University of Maryland Anthony Hall, Praxis Critical Systems Bob Harper, Carnegie Mellon University Mats Heimdahl, University of Minnesota Chuck Howell, MITRE Corporation Doug Jones, University of Iowa Shriram Krishnamurthi, Brown University Jim Larus, Microsoft Research Isaac Levendel, Independent Consultant Gary McGraw, Cigital Peter Neumann, SRI International Bob Noel, MITRE Corporation Gene Rochlin, University of California, Berkeley Avi Rubin, Johns Hopkins University Bill Scherlis, Carnegie Mellon University Ted Selker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology André van Tilborg, Office of the Secretary of Defense MAY 18-19, 2004 CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS James Baker, U.S. Air Force Michael Cusumano, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Michael Hammer, Hammer and Company Mike Lai, Microsoft Butler Lampson, Microsoft Research Alfred Spector, IBM Research Richard Stanley, MITRE FEBRUARY 16-18, 2005 MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA Bill Bush, Sun Microsystems Window Snyder, Microsoft
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