University of Southern California

1996 COCOMO® and Software Cost Modeling International Forum 11

Presentations and Binder Materials

Agenda

Barry Boehm - Tutorial: Software Cost Estimation with COCOMO® 2.0
Richard E. Fairley - Risk-Based Estimation of Software Cost and Schedule - Session 1: Estimating Tasks, Schedule, and Cost
Richard E. Fairley - Risk-Based Estimation of Software Cost and Schedule - Session 2: Algorithmic Estimation Techniques
Barry Boehm - COCOMO® 2.0: Addressing New Technologies
Bradfork K. Clark - COCOMO® 2.0 Post-Architecture Calibration
Richard D. Stutzke - Analysis of Costs for a 4GL Project (paper)
Petri Vesterinen, Kari Kansala - Customization of Function Point Analysis at Nokia (paper)
David Patterson, Sherry Stukes, Henry Apgar - Post Deployment Software Support Estimating Methods
Doug Sycamore - Improving Software Project Management Through System Dynamic Modeling
M. M. Lehman - Why COCOMO® Works
Donald J. Reifer - Implications of Product Lines, Architectures & Reuse
James V. Withey - Investment Analysis of Software Assets for Product Lines
Adrian Cowderoy - It's the mistakes that count !
Rick Hefner - Process Maturity: Implications for Cost and Schedule Estimation
Anthony Stalgaitis, Stuart Glickman, John Akeson - PML, ISO 9000 and TR-179 Mapping Quantifying the Value of Improving Software Process Maturity
A. Winsor Brown - PROBE The PSP Size Estimating Approach
Danny Ho - Experience Report on COCOMO® and the Costar Tool from Nortel's Toronto Laboratory (paper)
Steven R. Shyman - Using Cost Models in a Commerical Environment