Dr. Shashank Mouli Satapathy
Dr. Shashank Mouli Satapathy
Associate Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCOPE), VIT, Vellore
Verified email at vit.ac.in
TitleCited byYear
Empirical validation of neural network models for agile software effort estimation based on story points
A Panda, SM Satapathy, SK Rath
Procedia Computer Science 57, 772-781, 2015
292015
Early stage software effort estimation using random forest technique based on use case points
SM Satapathy, BP Acharya, SK Rath
IET Software 10 (1), 10-17, 2016
282016
Fuzzy-class point approach for software effort estimation using various adaptive regression methods
SM Satapathy, M Kumar, SK Rath
CSI Transactions on ICT 1 (4), 367-380, 2013
232013
Story Point Approach based Agile Software Effort Estimation using Various SVR Kernel Methods
SM Satapathy, A Panda, SK Rath
The Twenty-Sixth International Conference on Software Engineering …, 2014
222014
Class point approach for software effort estimation using stochastic gradient boosting technique
SM Satapathy, BP Acharya, SK Rath
ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes 39 (3), 1-6, 2014
182014
Class point approach for software effort estimation using soft computing techniques
SM Satapathy, M Kumar, SK Rath
2013 International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and …, 2013
172013
Empirical assessment of machine learning models for agile software development effort estimation using story points
SM Satapathy, SK Rath
Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering 13 (2-3), 191-200, 2017
152017
Use case point approach based software effort estimation using various support vector regression kernel methods
SM Satapathy, SK Rath
arXiv preprint arXiv:1401.3069, 2014
122014
Optimised class point approach for software effort estimation using adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system model
SM Satapathy, M Kumar, SK Rath
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology 54 (4), 323-333, 2016
82016
Class point approach for software effort estimation using various support vector regression kernel methods
SM Satapathy, SK Rath
Proceedings of the 7th India Software Engineering Conference, 1-10, 2014
62014
Effort estimation of web-based applications using machine learning techniques
SM Satapathy, SK Rath
2016 International conference on advances in computing, communications and …, 2016
52016
Effort estimation methods in software development using machine learning algorithms
SM Satapathy
42016
Software project risk assessment based on cost drivers and Neuro-Fuzzy technique
MV Goyal, SM Satapathy, SK Rath
International Conference on Computing, Communication & Automation, 823-827, 2015
42015
Neural Network Models for Agile Software Effort Estimation based on Story Points
A Panda, SM Satapathy, SK Rath
International Conference On Advances in Computing, Control and Networking …, 2015
42015
Slicing of Programs Dynamically under Distributed Environment
S Pani, SM Satapathy, GB Mund
Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Computing 174, 601-609, 2013
42013
Early Stage Software Effort Estimation using Random Forest Technique based on Optimized Class Point Approach
SM Satapathy, BP Acharya, SK Rath
INFOCOMP Journal of Computer Science 13 (2), 22-33, 2014
32014
Application of smote and lssvm with various kernels for predicting refactoring at method level
L Kumar, SM Satapathy, A Krishna
International Conference on Neural Information Processing, 150-161, 2018
22018
Empirical assessment of machine learning models for effort estimation of web-based applications
SM Satapathy, SK Rath
Proceedings of the 10th Innovations in Software Engineering Conference, 74-84, 2017
22017
An Analytical Comparison of Mobile Application Development using Agile Methodologies
B Mathur, SM Satapathy
2019 3rd International Conference on Trends in Electronics and Informatics …, 2019
12019
Neural Network Based Patterns Detection in Object-Oriented Program
AK Dwivedi, SK Rath, SM Satapathy
2019 9th Annual Information Technology, Electromechanical Engineering and …, 2019
2019
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