Qualitative Inquiry of Software Cost and Effort Estimation Techniques

@inproceedings{Naeem2017QualitativeIO,
  title={Qualitative Inquiry of Software Cost and Effort Estimation Techniques},
  author={Muhammad Naeem},
  year={2017}
}
Software cost and effort estimation is one of the supremeimperative asset of software industry. Effort and costprediction plays a vibrantpart in the failure or success of the software project implementation and as well as profited revenue. To survive in the market, a software house need to estimate the development cost and time before starting of project. Cost and effort estimation is most challenging decision making task, because number of developmentnecessities are not well defined and never… CONTINUE READING

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Key Quantitative Results

  • Accuracy rate of overall estimation results in 29 % accuracy while domain specific estimation increases this rate up to 74%.

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