Recognizes Contributions to Development of International Software
PISCATAWAY, N.J., December 3 /CNW/ - James W. Moore has received the IEEE
Standards Association's 2007 International Award for his "considerable
contribution to the IEEE Computer Society Software and Systems Engineering
Standards Collection (S2ESC) and the international collection of software
engineering standards supported by ISO/IEC."
The award is presented annually to an individual who has made
extraordinary contributions to the advancement of the international goals of
Moore, an IEEE Fellow, is a 35-year veteran of software engineering with
tenures at IBM and MITRE Corporation. Since 2001, Mr. Moore has been intensely
involved in software and systems engineering standardization for the IEEE,
serving as the IEEE Computer Society's liaison to the international standards
organization ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 and as a member of the Executive Committee of
the IEEE Software and Systems Engineering Standards Committee.
"I am happy to accept this award on behalf of the dozens of individuals
who have been working toward this shared goal of establishing international
software engineering standards," says Moore.
"One of the real problems in this field," says Moore, "has been that the
international collection of software engineering standards and the IEEE
collection of standards, although they mostly agree, weren't written to work
together. They were written independently and sometimes have odd
disagreements, creating confusion in the marketplace. Over the last seven
years, we have managed to complete roughly a dozen projects which resulted in
one organization accepting the standard of the other organization or both
organizations accepting the same document.
"To me, the real value of this award is recognizing that this work is
important," says Moore.
Previous recipients of the IEEE-SA International Award include Ben C.
Johnson, Roger B. Marks, Denis L. Dufournet, Carl R. Stevenson, Michael R.
Murphy, Ronald C. Petersen and Wallace S. Read.
Moore's latest book on software engineering standards, The Road Map to
Software Engineering: A Standards-Based Guide, was published in 2006 by John
Wiley & Sons. He also serves the IEEE Computer Society as a member of its
Board of Governors and chairs its Professional Practices Committee. He is an
executive editor of the Society's Guide to the Software Engineering Body of
Knowledge and a member of the editorial board of the recent revision of the
Encyclopedia of Software Engineering. The IEEE Computer Society has recognized
him as a charter member of their Golden Core; the IEEE selected him as a
recipient of their Third Millennium Award.
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