A Survey on Software Estimation Techniques in Traditional and Agile Development Models

  title={A Survey on Software Estimation Techniques in Traditional and Agile Development Models},
  author={B. Prakash and V. Viswanathan},
  journal={Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science},
Software projects mostly exceeds budget, delivered late and does not meet with the customer’s satisfaction for years. In the past, many traditional development models like waterfall, spiral, iterative, and prototyping methods are used to build the software systems. In recent years, agile models are widely used in developing the software products. The major reasons are – simplicity, incorporating the requirement changes at any time, light-weight approach and delivering the working product early… Expand
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