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Intermediate COCOMO Model computes effort as a function of program size and a set of cost drivers. Effort adjustment factor (EAF) is calculated using 15 cost drivers. EAF is an important significant factor in computing software development effort. The authors have taken one delivered development project of size of 479 function points and planned for 917 Person days of SEI CMM Level 5 "Excellent" Company as a case study to analyze the EAF. The authors have empirically validated the cost driver model for Intermediate COCOMMO using this projects data. Validation has been done by using other two development projects data of Excellent Company.
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