54 The 27 papers accepted for the July 2010 conference present new research on multi-processor scheduling, energy optimization, timing analysis, component-based methods, and embedded devices for real-time systems.
What does CBM stand for?
CBM stands for Component-Based Method (software sizing method)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Commodore Business Machines
- Common Berthing Mechanism
- Common Buffer Manager
- Commonwealth Business Media (East Windsor, NJ)
- Community Banking Month
- Community Beat Manager (UK police)
- Community Board Member (Illinois Primary Health Care Association)
- Community-Based Mentoring (various organizations)
- Compagnie des Bois et Meubles (French: Wood and Furniture Company; Paris, France)
- Component Based Model
- Compressed Baryonic Matter (physics)
- Compression-Based Distance Measure
- Computers for Business Management
- Computers in Biology and Medicine (journal)
- Concerned Black Men (Washington, DC and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
- Condition Based Maintenance
- Condition-Based Management
- Conditioning Based Monitoring
- Confidence-Building Measures
- Constraint-Based Modeling
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This session will outline a unique approach for risk calculation utilizing a component-based method leveraging three unique pieces of information that are missing in many of today's traditional equations - Requirement, Standard and Control.
Prepare a software project estimate through an iterative process * Develop an initial estimate using the expert judgment method * Apply historical data for greater precision in an estimate * Refine the size or scope estimate using a component-based method * Perform Function Point calculations to determine the magnitude of a project "This new course will give attendees the opportunity to develop their estimation skills in a learning environment that mirrors their real-world work situations," said Jennifer Urick, Vice President of Product Development for Learning Tree International.