Oki Electric, Japan

  • Adam Trendowicz
Part of the The Fraunhofer IESE Series on Software and Systems Engineering book series (SSENG)


This chapter summarizes the CoBRA application in the context of Oki Electric Industry, Ltd., Japan (Oki). In this chapter, we will show how to adapt the baseline CoBRA model development process to the needs and constraints of a particular organization in the management and information systems domain. Moreover, we report on experience regarding the development of the CoBRA model throughout multiple refinement iterations. In particular, we show how to analyze the performance of the CoBRA model, where to look for potential causes of observed deficits of the model and how to appropriately improve the model.


Domain Expert Project Data Previous Iteration Effort Estimation Effort Factor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Fraunhofer IESEKaiserslauternGermany

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