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Enhancing Use-Case-Based Effort Estimation with Transaction Types (presentation)
Recently we have conducted some research regarding use-case-based effort estimation. Results were presented at CEE-SET'09 conference. If you would like to read ...
Szacowanie pracochłonności (Polish)
Tutaj możesz podyskutować na tematy związane z szacowaniem rozmiaru oprogramowania i pracochłonności
Software Cost Estimation (English)
Here you can discuss all topics related to the size, effort estimation
Automatic Transactions Identification in Use Cases
Since the early 90's of the previous century, use cases have became informal industry standard for presenting functional requirements. The rapid popularity ...
Use Case Points
The Use Case Points (UCP) method, proposed by Gustav Karner can be used to estimate effort early in the project life-cycle, with relatively low cost. It is ...
Review of book: Software Estimation Demystifying the Black Art
Steve McConell's book is one of the best book concerning software cost estimation available on the market. In my opinion it could be especially valuable for ...
Use-case-based effort estimation database (UCEEDB)
The goal of UCEEDB is to collect use-case-based requirements specification and actual effort from real software projects. It enables calibration of effort ...
Simplifying effort estimation based on Use Case Points
Context: The Use Case Points (UCP) method can be used to estimate software development effort based on a use-case model and two sets of adjustment factors ...
Review of book: Function Point Analysis: Measurement Practices for Successful Software Projects
This is a must-have book for anyone who is seriously interested in counting IFPUG FPA and does not have access to official IFPUG counting practices manual.
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