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The role of judgment in software estimation

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6 Author(s)
Fraser, Steven ; Cisco Res. Center, Cisco Syst., San Jose, CA ; Boehm, B. ; Erdogmus, H. ; Jorgensen, M.
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The consequences of poor (or good) judgment in estimation are reflected in software quality, cost, time-to-market, and operational reliability. While judgment plays a prominent role in aviation and medicine - the same care arguably needs to be taken in making tradeoffs impacting software development. This panel will bring together practitioners to discuss aspects of judgment in software estimation including a discussion of current practices and influences from other disciplines.

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Software Engineering - Companion Volume, 2009. ICSE-Companion 2009. 31st International Conference on

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16-24 May 2009