Estimation for a student collaboration hours management system at the University of Costa Rica: a case study

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Software estimation is a tool that seeks to provide organizations with a means to know the risks, costs and benefits that software development implies. The goal of this study is to estimate the effort required for a student collaboration hours management system in the context of the University of Costa Rica. For this, the IFPUG function point count standard and estimation models such as COCOMO II, the regression technique, the analogy technique and the comparison technique were used. The results show that the COCOMO II estimation method has the highest values of effort and duration and the analog technique the lowest values. For the regression and comparison techniques, the values were similar, located between the values obtained with COCOMO II and analogy, therefore, it was considered as a good estimation option for the system.

Tipo de publicación: Conference Paper

Publicado en: 2021 IEEE V Jornadas Costarricenses de Investigación en Computación e Informática (JoCICI)

Autores
  • Jose Daniel Sanchez Castillo
  • Marcelo Jenkins

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Jose Daniel Sánchez Castillo
Marcelo Jenkins Coronas

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Estimation for a student collaboration hours management system at the University of Costa Rica: a case study