USC Center for Software Engineering
General Affiliates' Program
Last updated 9/02/2000
The USC Center for Software Engineering General Affiliates' Program is more encompassing than the
COCOMO® II Affiliates' Program and offers among other
benefits wide ranging access to
all of the research and technical workshops conducted by the Center (including that
relating to COCOMO® II for large General Affiliate members, but excluding that relating to COCOMO® II for small General Affiliate members). Also offered are periodic technical interchanges conducted by the
CSE Director at your business
site. Most importantly, the program offers opportunities to influence the future direction
of research undertaken by the Center, allowing you to pro-actively guide the Center's
activities towards areas which will be of most immediate benefit to your organization.
Over two dozen organizations currently participate in the Center's research as General Affiliate Members.
For your convenience, we're providing the USC-CSE General Affiliates' Program Prospectus below.
For further information regarding the USC-CSE General Affiliates' Program, please contact us.
- USC-CSE General Affiliates' Program Prospectus (Published Fall, 1996 - update pending)
- HTML format
- winzip compressed file (2.13mb)*
* If your internet connection is slow, download this file and then unzip it to view the prospectus using your web browser directly from your hard drive, beginning with the page "frontcover.html."
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