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Oofp: Mapping the Oose Models into Function Points:

By Durga Gehlot and Prof Meena Sharma

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Abstract: Function point analysis is useful to measure size of software projects in terms of functionality requested by user. The main advantage of function point analysis is that it is independent of the technology used for implementation. When we apply function points to object-oriented software projects, the concepts of development method have to be mapped into abstract models that contain functional items of the application. This proposed idea implement a tool for mapping function points into use case driven OOSE (objectoriented software engineering) Jacobson approach. In this idea we only considers analysis phase of OOSE life cycle. OOFP tool measures function point from requirements models and analysis model

Topics: function points, size, requirements model, and
Year: 2014
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