Cost estimation tool using the COCOMO model
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The cost estimation tool uses the COCOMO model. It produces manpower and schedule estimates. The project scheduler is based on SIMPERT which is a Monte Carlo simulation and review technique. It is useful in assessing the effects of requirement changes and schedule delays, and in risk analysis. It produces critical path and schedule, the probability of completing on schedule, and Gantt chart graphics. The Input File generator allows the user to build input files for COCOMO or SIMPERT, and then to modify such files.
DATE VERSION AUTHOR HISTORY 1985 1.0 Ford Aerospace and Initial Release Communications Corp.
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