Functional Size Measurement applied to UML-based user requirements

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Berg, Klaas van den and Dekkers, Ton and Oudshoorn, Rogier (2005) Functional Size Measurement applied to UML-based user requirements. In: 2nd Software Measurement European Forum, SMEF 2005, 16-18 March 2005, Rome, Italy (pp. pp. 69-80).

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Abstract:There is a growing interest in applying standardized methods for Functional Size Measurement (FSM) to Functional User Requirements (FUR) based on models in the Unified Modelling Language (UML). No consensus exists on this issue. We analyzed the demands that FSM places on FURs. We propose a requirements space with several levels of refinement, and show how UML can be used to specify FURs at these levels. FSM can be applied at the product level of UML-based FURs. We discuss our experience for three case studies and with two FSM methods: Function Point Analysis (FPA) and COSMIC-Full Function Points (CFFP).
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/64099
Official URL:http://www.dpo.it/smef2005/filez/proceedings.pdf
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