Cost Effectiveness Trade-Offs in Software Support Environment Standardization.
Final rept. 29 Sep 85-30 Sep 86,
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The objective of the research was to prepare an econometric model to determine quantitative benefits to the Air Force of implementing various strategies for controlling integrated automated software support environments. The model had to help the Air Force quantify costs and benefits obtainable by various methods of increasing productivity of developing and supporting mission-critical software. The principle deliverable is an econometric model describing costs and benefits involved in using Ada-based software developmentsupport environments in DoD and contractor organizations. It is designed to permit comparisons among a selection of such environments. The model consists of econometric equations that describe actions required, and effects expected, during implementation. The equations were developed to describe decision-making as it typically takes place within AFSC. Keywords MCCR computer program MCCR mission critical computer resources.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Economics and Cost Analysis