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Estimating Cost - Estimating Cost Required to Complete a Project
Estimating Cost - Estimating Cost Required to Complete a Project

Along with schedule and scope, forecasting and managing costs represent fundamental and essential skills. These competencies are not easy - it has been said that the only thing harder

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Software Size and Reuse Estimating
Software Size and Reuse Estimating

Forecasting the "size" of a software system becomes more and more easier as the project progresses. The first time an effort is made, at the front end of the life cycle, little is known except for high-level customer requirements. This is equivalent to requesting a custom-built home,

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Getting Started with Software Sizing: Estimating Begins with Planning
Getting Started with Software Sizing: Estimating Begins with Planning

Sizing is the prediction of product deliverables (internal and external) needed to fulfill the project requirements. Estimation is the prediction of effort (resources) needed to produce the deliverables.

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Estimating Duration and Cost
Estimating Duration and Cost

"Software Size and Reuse Estimating" explained methods for estimating the size of a software project, usually in thousands of software lines of code (KSLOC or KLOC). After the size has been established, the answers to other questions that are important to all stakeholders may also

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SLIM - A Mathematical Model
SLIM - A Mathematical Model

With regression modeling, the stress is on constructing a formula that best represents scattered data points. In mathematical modeling, the stress is on matching the data to the form of an existing mathematical function. In the early 1960s, Peter V. Norden of IBM concluded that

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Assigning Responsibilities to Individuals
Assigning Responsibilities to Individuals

As project manager, your role in staff acquisition and assignment is to determine the specific time, cost, and resource commitments required to complete the project. This must be done for every activity. Some of these cannot be completed until after more planning has occurred,

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