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SAFETY FACTORS IN EFFORT ESTIMATION

Originální název

SAFETY FACTORS IN EFFORT ESTIMATION

Anglický název

SAFETY FACTORS IN EFFORT ESTIMATION

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This contribution deals with problems related to an effort estimation of the software projects which are connected to the development of secured products. The aim of this contribution is to present an option of an effective consideration of the effort which is connected with the software products development. The FPA and COCOMO II methods for cost estimation are extended by the safety factors, which are considered depending on requested security level of the resulting software product. The FPA method extended by safety factors is called FPA&SF (Function Analysis & Safety Factors) and the extended COCOMO II method is named as COCOMO II&SF (COCOMO II & Safety Fac-tors). An example of determination of the effort estimation by new methods FPA&SF and COCOMO II&SF is part of this contribution. These methods are used on an actual project and the acquired re-sults are compared with values which were evaluated after a successful completion of the relevant project.

Anglický abstrakt

This contribution deals with problems related to an effort estimation of the software projects which are connected to the development of secured products. The aim of this contribution is to present an option of an effective consideration of the effort which is connected with the software products development. The FPA and COCOMO II methods for cost estimation are extended by the safety factors, which are considered depending on requested security level of the resulting software product. The FPA method extended by safety factors is called FPA&SF (Function Analysis & Safety Factors) and the extended COCOMO II method is named as COCOMO II&SF (COCOMO II & Safety Fac-tors). An example of determination of the effort estimation by new methods FPA&SF and COCOMO II&SF is part of this contribution. These methods are used on an actual project and the acquired re-sults are compared with values which were evaluated after a successful completion of the relevant project.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT36674,
  author="Jana {Sedláčková} and Jitka {Kreslíková}",
  title="SAFETY FACTORS IN EFFORT ESTIMATION",
  annote="This contribution deals with problems related to an effort estimation of the
software projects which are connected to the development of secured products. The
aim of this contribution is to present an option of an effective consideration of
the effort which is connected with the software products development. The FPA and
COCOMO II methods for cost estimation are extended by the safety factors, which
are considered depending on requested security level of the resulting software
product.
The FPA method extended by safety factors is called FPA&SF (Function Analysis &
Safety Factors) and the extended COCOMO II method is named as COCOMO II&SF
(COCOMO II & Safety Fac-tors). An example of determination of the effort
estimation by new methods FPA&SF and COCOMO II&SF is part of this contribution.
These methods are used on an actual project and the acquired re-sults are
compared with values which were evaluated after a successful completion of the
relevant project.",
  address="Wroclaw University of Technology",
  booktitle="Information Systems Architecture and Technology - IT Models in Management Process",
  chapter="36674",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Wroclaw University of Technology",
  year="2010",
  month="september",
  pages="475--485",
  publisher="Wroclaw University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}