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Inter-Item Correlations Among Function Points

By Barbara Kitchenham and Kari Kansala

Abstract

This paper reports on an empirical investigation of Albrecht Function Points. The study suggests that Function Points are not well-formed metrics because there is a correlation between their constituent elements. It also suggests that for the dataset under investigation) two of the constituent elements were as good at predicting effort as the raw function point count and that the unweighted counts can be reasonable predictors of effort.

Topics: measures of product size which reflect the user’s view of
Publisher: IEEE
Year: 1993
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