The Effects of Moving Windows to Software Estimation: Comparative Study on Linear Regression and Estimation by Analogy

@article{Amasaki2012TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Moving Windows to Software Estimation: Comparative Study on Linear Regression and Estimation by Analogy},
  author={Sousuke Amasaki and Christopher J. Lokan},
  journal={2012 Joint Conference of the 22nd International Workshop on Software Measurement and the 2012 Seventh International Conference on Software Process and Product Measurement},
  year={2012},
  pages={23-32}
}
BACKGROUND: Models for estimating software development effort are constructed using a set of historical data for training. In construction, it seems effective to use a window of training data that consists of only recently finished projects. Two previous studies evaluated the use of a window with linear regression (LR) and estimation by analogy (EbA). However, these studies were based on different datasets and thus their findings could not be compared directly. OBJECTIVE: This study… CONTINUE READING
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