The IEEE Computer Society Standards Speakers Bureau has been developed so that acknowledged experts can share the current state, knowledge, and benefits of computer-related standards with the members of IEEE-CS chapters. Selected talks presented in cooperation with the local chapters will be provided through this podcast for the benefit of all who are interested as a demonstration of the value of IEEE Computer Society membership and participation with local chapters.

 

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Joe Decuir provides an "Ultra Wideband Update: IEEE 802.15.4a and Ecma-368: Results of UWB work in IEEE P802.15: Part Five

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Joe Decuir provides an "Ultra Wideband Update: IEEE 802.15.4a and Ecma-368: Results of UWB work in IEEE P802.15": Part Four

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Joe Decuir provides an "Ultra Wideband Update: IEEE 802.15.4a and Ecma-368: Results of UWB work in IEEE P802.15": Part Three

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Joe Decuir provides an "Ultra Wideband Update: IEEE 802.15.4a and Ecma-368: Results of UWB work in IEEE P802.15": Part Two

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Joe Decuir provides an "Ultra Wideband Update: IEEE 802.15.4a and Ecma-368: Results of UWB work in IEEE P802.15": Part One

IEEE P802.15 had two projects to standardize Ultra Wideband (UWB): Task Group 3a (TG3a) for high speed and high duty cycle applications, and Task Group 4a (TG4a) for low power and low duty cycle applications. TG3a dissolved after a long struggle between proponents of two technologies: Direct Sequence UWB and Multi-Band OFDM UWB. Both technologies have found homes: TG3a gave birth to the WiMedia Alliance, which published Ecma-368 based on Multi-Band OFDM UWB; TG4a incorporated Direct Sequence UWB into the draft IEEE 802.15.4a standard, promoted by the Zigbee Alliance.

 

Recorded 5 February 2007 in Vancouver, B.C. | Language: English

 

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John Walz speaks on "Software engineering standards for IT departments supporting Sarbanes-Oxley"

IT departments have been in a growth mode for the past decades in both dimensions of corporation control and costs. This has resulted in IT outsourcing and strong regulations on corporate governance, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX). IT organizations have freedom on the format and content of typical software engineering project documents and can chose from several frameworks, standards, and methods to implement and enhance their mission and value-added services within their company.

 

Recorded 5 February 2007 in Vancouver, B.C. | Language: English

 

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John Harauz speaks on "Safety and Security Considerations in Developing Software"


Developing software is an inherently risky proposition—balancing budget and schedule constraints while ensuring the efficiency, effectiveness, safety, and quality of the software. The software development process is a complex undertaking comprised of specifying, designing, implementing, and testing. There is a need to provide proactive means to defend public safety as it may be affected by software.

 

Recorded 5 February 2007 in Vancouver, B.C. | Language: English

 

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