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By Regis Sbudd J. Bates
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3) Here KLOC is lines of code in terms of thousands. The coefficients ab, bb, cb, and db are predefined constants (Van der Linden, 2002) and vary depending on project class. Although basic COCOMO presents a quick estimate of software costs, it lacks cost driver estimates such as hardware constraints, personnel quality, and experience. 2. 4) Here, EAF is the Effort Adjustment Factor, which is an effort multiplier rating on a sixpoint scale that ranges from “very low” to “extra high”(Van der Linden, 2002).
An allocation of resources is Pareto optimal when no further Pareto improvements can be made. How do we achieve this in practice? In software engineering such 80À20 rules have also been noted. For example, 80% of the defects are found in 20% of the code, or 80% of the value is found in 20% of the features. Of course, there is nothing magical about the numbers 80 and 20; it could be 90À10 or 60À40. The point is that we would like to be able to optimize our efforts and focus on the 20% of tasks that lead to 80% of the value.
SPLE provides several advantages such as improved reuse, quicker time to market, improved cost savings, and decreased defect rates. Based on these advantages, SPLs are beneficial for economical software development. Many companies have already recorded success stories by adopting and practicing SPL approaches; some of these success stories are available at the Product Line Hall of Fame (Product Line Hall of Fame). , 2000) support models for analyzing various use cases such as return on investments (ROI) and cost-benefit analysis.
Advanced Intelligent Networks by Regis Sbudd J. Bates