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A Simulation Tool for Efficient Analogy Based Cost Estimation
This paper presents a statistical simulation tool, namely the bootstrap method, which helps the user in tuning the analogy approach before application to real projects, and shows how measures of accuracy and in particular, confidence intervals, may be computed for the analogy-based estimates, using thebootstrap method with different assumptions about the population distribution of the data set.
The SQO-OSS Quality Model: Measurement Based Open Source Software Evaluation
A hierarchical quality model is presented that evaluates source code and community processes, based on automatic calculation of metric values and their correlation to a set of predefined quality profiles.
Code quality analysis in open source software development
It is determined that, up to a certain extent, the average component size of an application is negatively related to the user satisfaction for this application.
Identifying knowledge brokers that yield software engineering knowledge in OSS projects
Building a software cost estimation model based on categorical data
- L. Angelis, I. Stamelos, M. Morisio
- Computer ScienceProceedings Seventh International Software…
- 4 April 2001
The paper explores the possibility of generating a multi-organisational software cost estimation model by analysing the software cost data collected by the International Software Benchmarking Standards Group, based on a statistical technique which has been proposed as alternative to the standard regression approach.
Software productivity and effort prediction with ordinal regression
An empirical investigation of an object-oriented design heuristic for maintainability
The effect of scaffolding students' context-generating cognitive activity in technology-enhanced case-based learning
Software engineering research for computer games: A systematic review