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Of course, these estimates are just indicative and need to be adjusted to allow for other factors that impact productivity and are specific to your project and environment You should present any estimates as a range, or plus/minus 30 percent The obvious limitation of this equation-based technique for project estimation is that the equations cannot address the specific attributes of a particular project The equations model an average project derived from the ISBSG Repository It is very important to treat estimates obtained from the regression equations as ballpark figures only More accurate estimates will be obtained by using an estimation technique that considers the particular attributes of a planned project
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n the previous chapter, we described the use of the ISBSG regression equations to produce indicative project estimates The limitations of this equation-based technique are detailed in that chapter To achieve more detailed estimates aligned more specifically to the attributes of the project being planned, rather than being based on those of the average project in the ISBSG Repository we need to use another estimation technique In this chapter we describe an estimation technique based on comparison of the target project with a number of projects in the ISBSG Repository that have similar attributes to the target project Comparison-based estimation differs from the analogy-based estimation (which is covered in the next chapter) in that comparisonbased estimation uses the median values for effort, duration, and so on, from a group of projects that are similar to the target project Analogy operates with one or perhaps two past projects selected on the basis of their close similarity to the target project
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Note Comparison-based estimation involves selecting a group of completed
projects that share the characteristics of your target project, then using the average of the median effort and duration values
Using the Comparison Technique
The comparison technique uses the attributes of the target project and compares them with projects in the ISBSG Repository, to produce an estimate of project delivery rate and speed of delivery, and hence project effort and duration
practical Software project estimation
The steps are as follows: 1 Establish the size of the software to be delivered by the target project 2 Determine the development type and platform applicable to the target project 3 Select the appropriate subset1 of ISBSG Repository2 data 4 Define the other attributes of the target project (for example, Programming Language, Application Type, Maximum Team Size, Tools, and so on) You should define attributes that are likely to influence the target project s project delivery rate or speed of delivery 5 Search the selected subset of ISBSG data for projects with the same values for the defined attributes as the target project 6 For all the matching projects found by your search, for each of the defined attributes, calculate the median3 project delivery rate and speed of delivery 7 Determine the average of the medians of the project delivery rates and speeds of delivery, and use those averages in conjunction with the software s functional size to calculate the target project effort and duration estimates Because the resulting values determined by this technique are aligned to the specific attributes and values of the target project, they should be better estimates of that project s project delivery rate and speed of delivery and hence effort and duration than the values obtained from the equations that reflected the average project in the repository The following is an example of using comparison-based estimation against the ISBSG Repository to determine effort and duration estimates for a planned small-sized, that is, 250 FP, new development project being undertaken on a PC platform Table 8-1 shows project selection attributes and values, and Table 8-2 displays project estimation attributes and values Only those projects matching these attribute values will be used in the estimation calculation
Because the performance achieved on projects of different sizes and development types and using different development platforms varies significantly, it is recommended that you select only projects of a similar size and having the same development type and platform as the target project The complete ISBSG project data is available on the ISBSG Estimating, Benchmarking & Research Suite that can be licensed from wwwisbsgorg or from ISBSG member organizations The median is used instead of the mean to determine average project delivery rate and speed of delivery, so as to reduce the effect of outlying data points
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