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Publication Year

2018

Abstract

Creating an accurate prediction of the completion timeline of a software development project is complicated and error prone. Developers will gain a natural intuition as to how long a task should take then. However, this prediction can end up being wrong in many cases due to many factors. This paper will attempt to determine a formula which allows a more accurate prediction to be created.

Creating an accurate prediction of the completion timeline of a software development project is complicated and error prone. Developers will gain a natural intuition as to how long a task should take then. However, this prediction can end up being wrong in many cases due to many factors. This paper will attempt to determine a formula which allows a more accurate prediction to be created.

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Advisors:

Arcadii Grinshpan, Mathematics and Statistics

Andrea Link, Director of Engineering, Digarc

Problem Suggested By:

Andrea Link