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October 3, 2023###### GATE 2007

October 3, 2023# COCOMO-Model

Question 1 |

Consider the basic COCOMO model where E is the effort applied in person-months, D is the development time in chronological months, KLOC is the estimated number of delivered lines of code (in thousands) and a_{b}, b_{b}, c_{b}, d_{b} have their usual meanings. The basic COCOMO equations are of the form

E = a _{b}(KLOC)exp (b _{b}, D = c _{b}(E)exp (d _{b}) | |

E = a _{b}(KLOC)exp (b _{b}, D = c _{b}(E)exp (d _{b}) | |

E = a _{b}exp(b _{b}), D = c _{b}(KLOC)exp (d _{b}) | |

E = a _{b}exp(D _{b}), D = c _{b}(KLOC)exp (b _{b}) |

Question 1 Explanation:

Basic COCOMO model takes the form

Effort applied (E) = a

Development time (D) = c

Effort applied (E) = a

_{b}(KLOC)b_{b}Development time (D) = c

_{b}(E)d_{b}Correct Answer: A

Question 1 Explanation:

Basic COCOMO model takes the form

Effort applied (E) = a

Development time (D) = c

Effort applied (E) = a

_{b}(KLOC)b_{b}Development time (D) = c

_{b}(E)d_{b} Subscribe

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