London: Springer-Verlag, 2006. – 316 p.This book has three major objectives: Present the different ways of parametrically forecast costs, with their advantages, their inconveniences, their limitations. Give nearly all mathematical procedures which are useful for parametrically forecasting costs. Introduce the logic to audit the way the techniques are used, as a process ﬁrst (which means generally speaking inside a company), secondly as a tool to generate estimates. Volume 1 includes four parts: Part I is an introduction to cost estimating: Part II deals with the important subject of preparing the data before any utilization – either for general or speciﬁc models – can be made of them. Part III describes the basic concepts of general cost estimating models. Part IV discusses the use of cost models (either general or speciﬁc) and introduces risk analysis as it can be used during parametric cost estimating.Notations What you need to know about Matrices Algebra The Framework Cost Estimating: Deﬁnition Cost Measurement Overview of Cost Estimating Elementary Cost Estimating An Introduction to Parametrics for the Beginner Preparing the Data Data Collection and Checking Economics The Cost Improvement Curves Plant Capacity and Load Other Normalizations About General Models Deﬁnition of a General Model: Example Building a General Model New Concepts in General Modelization for Hardware Modelization in Other Classes A Word About the Future Using Models: Parametric Models Within a Business Using a Speciﬁc Model Using a General Model Introduction to Risk Analysis Auditing Parametrics Bibliography Index
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