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A function point is a "unit of measurement" to express the amount of business functionality an information system (as a product) provides to a user.
A function point is a "unit of measurement" to express the amount of business functionality an information system (as a product) provides to a user. The cost (in dollars or hours) of a single unit is calculated from past projects. As of 2013, there are several recognized standards and/or public specifications for sizing software based on Function Point.
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Symons, C. Software sizing and estimating: Mk II FPA (Function Point Analysis). John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York, 1991.
Engineering function points – Elements (variable names) and operators (. arithmetic, equality/inequality, Boolean) are counted. This variation highlights computational function. The intent is similar to that of the ed Halstead complexity measures. Symons, C. Demarco, T. "An algorithm for sizing software products.
Among various function point analysis methods, COSMIC-FFP is an. .One can also use a more elaborated data unit called attribute
Among various function point analysis methods, COSMIC-FFP is an approach more suitable for object-oriented systems and its application is relatively easy. How-ever, when a system is involved with some complex computation, COSMIC-FFP method does not provide a clear mechanism which adjusts the weighting of these raw function points. One can also use a more elaborated data unit called attribute. and it is equivalent to the normal definition of attribute in information systems.
7 FOREWORD Function Point Analysis has matured sufficiently nowadays that it is routinely used for performance measurement and estimating, not just within in-house Information Systems departments, but in contractual situations between businesses and their third-party IS suppliers. It goes without saying therefore that standards for FPA are vital, and any publication which helps broaden the understanding of this field, such as this Counting Practices Manual for Mk II FPA is to be welcomed.
Albrecht/IFPUG Function Point Analysis Applicability of Mk II FPA Manual Structure Metrics Practices Committee .
Albrecht/IFPUG Function Point Analysis Applicability of Mk II FPA Manual Structure Metrics Practices Committee Procedure for raising a Query or Issue with the MPC. 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 5 5. This is a free 6 page sample. 2 the MK II function point analysis rules. 9 ESTIMATING EFFORT USING MKII FPA 10 GLOSSARY OF MKII FPA TERMS APPENDIX I TECHNICAL COMPLEXITY ADJUSTMENT APPENDIX II DATA COLLECTION FORMS Introduction Record Sheets - a Possible Structure Documentation Process. 68 68 70 70 74 74 84 84 84 84 85. APPENDIX III BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Presentation on theme: "Mk II Function Point Analysis"- Presentation transcript . Data element types hold information about entity types.
Presentation on theme: "Mk II Function Point Analysis"- Presentation transcript: 1 Mk II Function Point Analysis Shun Han & Yan Wu CS580 Software Metrics & Models CS580 Software Engineering: Metrics & Models. 12 Applicability of MK II FPA Used for sizing: a requirements specification or functional specification of a new application or of a change to an existing application the requirements met by an existing, operational application, whether it be a bespoke application or an implementation of a packaged business software solution, and whether a batch or on-line implementation.
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Software engineering - NESMA - Function Point Analysis . MK II Developed in 1986 by KPMG, defined and published by Charles R. Symons in 1991.
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