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GOGame Over
GOGeneral Order(s)
GOGround Out (baseball)
GOGovernment-Owned
GOGen (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
GoGothic (linguistics)
GOGovernment Organization
GOGet Organized
GOGeneral Obligation
GOGovernment Operations
GOGovernment of Ontario
GOGap Outlet
GOGreek Orthodox (church)
GOGaia Online (online game)
GOGetting Out
GOGeneral Officer
GOGreatest-Of
GOGulf Opportunity (Zone)
GOGene Ontology
GOGoiás (Brazilian state)
GOGlass Onion (Beatles song)
GOGovernment Office
GOGary Oak (Pokémon)
GOGroup Organizer
GOGot Owned (gaming chat)
GOGuest Observer
GOGeometrical Optics
GOGiga Octet (French: gigabyte)
GOGrand Organ
GOGlobal Objectives
GOGovernment Obligation (finance)
GOGrant Officer
GOGros Oeuvre (French, construction industry)
GOGeneral Observer
GOGorizia, Friuli (Italian province)
GOGentil Organisateur (Club Med host/hostess)
GOGuardians Office (Scientology)
GOGingival Overgrowth
GOGamma Omicron
GOGifted Opportunities (school program)
GOGeroderma Osteodysplastica
GOGoel-Okumoto (Poisson process model)
GOGrands Ontario (Car Club)
GOGesamtoeffentlichkeitsarbeit (German: Public Relations)
GOGraphene Oxide
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The estimation results show that the proposed model well fits the real observations and performs better than the traditional Goel-Okumoto model and the Yamada delayed S-shaped model.
3] = 0, the original Goel-Okumoto model can be realized [31]; that is,
They correspond to our proposed model, the Goel-Okumoto model, the No-k model, the Only-G1 model, and the Yamada delayed S-shaped, respectively.
By comparing with the Goel-Okumoto model, the Yamada delayed S-shaped model, the No-k model, and the Only-G1 model, [R.
It is also much higher than those in the Goel-Okumoto model, the Yamada delayed S-shaped model, the No-k model, and the Only-G1 model.
The first case corresponds to the No-k model (14), the second case corresponds to the Only-G1 model (15), and the third case is just the Goel-Okumoto model (13).
As an example, we compare the Goel-Okumoto model and our proposed model when the type-I reliability definition is adopted and a is set as 95%.
Alternatively, when the type-II reliability definition is adopted, the Goel-Okumoto model predicts the best release time as 132.
Moreover, our proposed model recommends an earlier release time and a reduced cost compared with the Goel-Okumoto model and the Yamada delayed S-shaped model.
Solid line: our proposed mode; dot line: the Only-G1 model; dash-dot line: the Nok model; dash line: the Goel-Okumoto model.