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Issues in Estimation when using- Lines Of Code.

Started by Abhijeet Bhagat. Last reply by Abhijeet Bhagat Dec 21, 2009. 1 Reply

Lines Of Code - KLOC - Issues in EstimationWe have seen that KLOC being used as a measure to generate good number of Metrics Like Defect Density.Issues?Different perspectives, Different Judgments,…Continue

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Comment by Chandan Pandit on February 4, 2010 at 11:10am
Thanks saju.......
Comment by Saju on December 20, 2009 at 10:32am
Initially do realise FPA (Function Point Analysis) is a estimation technique. IFPUG.org is an international FPA Group which gives you more in detail and in depth, to summarise
fist Break the project into manageable chunks (parts) that you can handle.
Find out the Data Functions and the Transactional Functions, where in Data Functions are any Interface or Logical Files that the user will use to interact with the Application, basically any Internal Logical File or an External Interface File.

This article from Mr.Roger - VP of http://www.qpmg.com/fp-intro.htm is the quick and easiest way to understand.

Then check the User Needs such as the Transactional Need through External Output, External Input and External Inquiries.

Post which a set of Functional Complextity calculated based on the Data Groupins and Data Elements for a Particular Funtion. This data is couted and compated to a complexit Matrix based on the Low Average and High Complexity. This is termed as "Functional Complexity". This output is an Unadjusted Function Point.

Later, these inputs are passed to a set of 14-15 set of recommended questions (check the link at the end of this comment) for a Value Adjustment Factor which will give you a +/- 35% on your Estimate and this is called the Adjusted Function Point.

FPA major advantages have been in checking Scope Creep, any difference in the deliveries, matrice tracking and so on
Comment by Chandan Pandit on December 19, 2009 at 3:05pm
How to Do Function point analysis of any project.

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