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Agent, Fuzzy, Effort, Cost, Software Engineering, COCOMO
In software engineering is an important issue,predicates effort and schedule time for projects.In 1995 COCOMO 2 was introduced for modern software development processes .COCOMO 2 Is dependent on the program size in sloc and a set of cost drivers and Scale Factors given according to each phase of software life cycle. Defined by the agent, the agent-oriented software engineering is created a new development, was introduced as a new methodology in software engineering. The estimated cost of aspect oriented effort estimate is based on event, rule, goal, task, state machines features . We presented in This paper proposed approaches to reduce projects effort Mean Magnitude of Relative Error (MMRE) Than the actual amount for agent oriented software engineering, through Methods:Total sloc agent element,Total weighted sloc,Total pure fuzzy agent sloc,Total weighted fuzzy sloc,Total weighted fuzzy sloc *fuzzy element,Geometric mean For fuzzy sloc per item, Harmonic mean for fuzzy sloc per item, fuzzy combinatorial proposed system of elements density via determine the size of the three agent oriented projects And apply them to the COCOMO 2 model. Among the proposed approaches, fuzzy combinatorial proposed system of agent elements density are achieved better and more accurate results.
Mohammad Saber Iraji, "Fuzzy Agent Oriented Software Effort Estimate with COCOMO", International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications(IJISA), vol.7, no.8, pp.18-29, 2015. DOI:10.5815/ijisa.2015.08.03
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