Modeling Cost Improvement with SEER-H

For many years, analysts have been collecting information on the cost of producing hardware.  Over time, it has been shown that unit costs of a product typically decrease as the total production quantity increases.  The study of this effect has led to numerous models and theories to predict the cost of product over time for a production program.  Often these algorithms fall into a general category of Learning Curve analysis.  Once thought to model the increased learning in the hands-on personnel, Learning Curve analysis is now used to envelope cost improvements due to many facets of a continuing production program.   To read the whole paper, click here.

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