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Basic COCOMO Phase Distribution of Effort and Schedule
Basic COCOMO Phase Distribution of Effort and Schedule

As well as estimating development effort and schedule, it is often necessary to estimate how the effort is distributed among the primary life cycle activities. COCOMO takes a pretty simplistic view of the life cycle phases, considering only plans and requirements, product design,

Tags cost drivers, variables, attributes, life cycle

Detailed COCOMO
Detailed COCOMO

This is the most complicated version of the COCOMO model. It involves the following further steps: The program is decomposed into particular products and components of products. Boehm calls this the three-level product hierarchy: system, subsystem, and module. The top level, the system level, is used to apply major overall project relations such as nominal effort and

Tags life cycle, scheduling, gantt chart, pert chart, cost drivers, software products

COCOMO II
COCOMO II

COCOMO II is a revised and extended version of the model, built upon the original COCOMO. It more easily allows the estimation of object-oriented software, software created via spiral or evolutionary models, and applications developed from commercial-off-the-shelf software. It

Tags life cycle, cost drivers, software cost, database

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