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Development of parametric cost models for weapon systems

Joseph P. Large

Development of parametric cost models for weapon systems

by Joseph P. Large

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Published by Rand Corporation in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jet planes, Military -- Design and construction -- Costs -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 31.

    StatementJ. P. Large.
    SeriesRand paper series -- P-6604
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p. ;
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16473782M

    Parametric analysis is the process of determining the highly predictive equations necessary for parametric estimating. Together, parametric estimating and parametric analysis constitute parametric cost analysis. Johnston (), probably the first book on parametric cost analysis, provides foundational theory, methods, and results from case. Parametric Modeling Using High-Level Objects (HLOs) At the core, there are fundamentally three approaches to estimating: Bottom up 3, in which the project is decomposed to individual components that can be estimated by some other means, often expert judgment for labor.; Analogy, in which historic budgets or actual expenditures are used as a basis for current estimates.

    The technique used is a parametric cost system, not the square foot cost system used by most who quote an up-front building cost. To help calculate the parameter quantities and price them as quantified, this book comes with 5 electronic templates to calculate program scope; i.e. – space, configuration, HVAC loads, plumbing and electrical. Parametric modeling can be quite complex and needs to be fed with a lot of data, and that's why it's only used by large governmental agencies (such as the NASA). answered 8 years ago by MaplePM (46, points) – edited 8 years ago by MaplePM.

    Cost estimation models are mathematical algorithms or parametric equations used to estimate the costs of a product or project. The results of the models are typically necessary to obtain approval to proceed, and are factored into business plans, budgets, and other financial planning and tracking mechanisms. schedule where the spacecraft development phase takes place within years or less. The development team staffs up much faster, there is widespread use of behavioral and cross-cutting computerized models (which Operations Cost/Yr Vs Launch Year will reduce the need for work force intensive change control boards, etc.), and there is a.


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Development of parametric cost models for weapon systems by Joseph P. Large Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Large, Joseph P. Development of parametric cost models for weapon systems. Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand Corp., Statistical cost models are widely used in the Department of Defense for estimating the cost of next-generation weapon systems.

This paper presents a brief survey of the evolution of such models from the post-World War II period to the present time. Cost Engineering Vol. 43/No. 2 FEBRUARY 31 A parametric cost model is an ex-tremely useful tool for prepar-ing early conceptual estimates, when there is little technical data or engineering deliverables to pro-vide a basis for using more detailed esti-mating methods.

This article discusses the development of a parametric model usedFile Size: KB. historical cost growth of weapon systems, and Younossi et al. () examines both completed and ongoing programs to determine whether a trend has developed since the s.

The present study examines 35 weapon-system acquisition programs to determine the sources of cost growth. It should interest those involved with the acquisition of sys-File Size: KB.

Evaluation of Personnel Parameters in Software Cost Estimating Models [Steven L. Quick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Software capabilities have steadily increased over the last half century.

The Department of Defense has seized this increased capability and used it to advance the warfighter's weapon systems. HoweverAuthor: Steven L. Quick. Build-Up estimates; when said data is available, Parametric Models offer a clear advantage to traditional estimation techniques.

However, according to the DoD/DoA, there are currently no real-world examples of parametric models for estimation of sediment treatment project costs (Myers, ).

MULTI-VARIABLE PARAMETRIC MODEL DEVELOPMENT. “Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases.” INCOSE SE Vision (INCOSE-TP, Sep )File Size: 2MB.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Parametric vs Nonparametric Models • Parametric models assume some finite set of heparameters, future predictions, x, are independent of the observed data, D: P(x|,D)=P(x|) therefore capture everything there is to know about the data.

• So the complexity of the model is bounded even if the amount of data is Size: KB. DEVELOPMENT OF PARAMETRIC COST MODELS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS J. Large April (1) Parametric cost models are not a recent development. If Cheops thought about cost at all when building the Great Pyramid he would have In the Air Force published Source Book of World War II Basic Data: Airframe Industry [11, which presented a number.

Currently, in equipment system cost estimation, parametric models are applied widely. In this paper, on the base of the concrete analysis on the adopted cost estimation model, the discussion was.

The development of a parametric model for the variable portion of the Cost Per Flying Hour (CPFH) of an ‘unknown’ aircraft platform and its application to diverse types of fixed and rotary wing aircraft development programs (FA, Su, Dassault Rafale, T-X candidates, AW, Airbus RACER among others) is presented.

The novelty of this paper lies in the utilization of a diverse sample of Cited by: 1. There are four generally accepted life cycle costing methods: Analogy model, Parametric Cost Estimate (PCE), engineering cost models and cost accounting models, [1] [2].

PRICE Systems Models & Methods Track: Development of an Additive Manufacturing Cost Model (MM05) Gurney Thompson is a senior cost research analyst at PRICE Systems.

Prior to his research into additive manufacturing, he led a project enhancing cost models for. Full text of "A parametric cost model for estimating operating and support costs of US Navy (Non-Nuclear) surface ships" See other formats.

The data consist of new building projects, built from to The technique of multiple regression analysis is used to develop the parametric cost estimating model by establishing the cost estimating relationships between the building parameters and the building construction cost.

Cost of Software Development The Air Force faces a large reduction in defense spending. Concurrent with that reduction is a continued requirement for the development of new weapon systems to replace aging and hard to maintain older systems.

A major portion of. Comparisons with other classes of models. Parametric models are contrasted with the semi-parametric, semi-nonparametric, and non-parametric models, all of which consist of an infinite set of "parameters" for distinction between these four classes is as follows: [citation needed] in a "parametric" model all the parameters are in finite-dimensional parameter spaces.

Improving Parametric Software Cost Estimation Through Better Data Collection Bob Koury Parametrics Track. PA11 Presentation Koury Improving Parametric Better Data. In PRICE Systems LLC in conjunction with PEO STRI agreed to work together to improve the data being collected to support software development cost estimation in the command.

Parametric estimating is an acceptable method, according to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), for preparing proposals based on cost or pricing data or other types of data. The primary benefit from developing a parametric estimating capability is a more streamlined estimating and proposal process for both Industry and Government.

The primary goal of Parametric Modeling with Creo Parametric is to introduce the aspects of Solid Modeling and Parametric Modeling. This text is intended to be used as a training guide for any student or professional wanting to learn to use Creo Parametric/5(6)."This book should be of particular interest to those organizations or agencies that use software estimates in the planning, budgeting, developing, or purchasing of software-intensive systems.

It should also be of value to those involved in research and analysis of estimation models and techniques."--BOOK JACKET.1/5(1).AACE INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS EST 1 EST An Introduction to Parametric Estimating Mr. Larry R. Dysert, CCC ACE International describes cost estimating as the “predictive process used to quantify, cost, and price the resources required by the scope of an asset investment option, activity, or project [1].” The methods and techniques used to prepare a cost estimate will .