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In function point analysis, number of Co...
In function point analysis, number of Complexity adjustment factor is
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Function point analysis (FPA) method decomposes the system into functional units. The total numbers of functional units are
Match the following A- Functional requirements: B- Functional scope : C- Function-point count: D- Function-related measures: 1- It describe the functionality or services that system is expected to provide. 2- Range to which a system component is capable of being applied. 3- These are language independent productive measure.. 4- It is related to the overall functionality of the delivered software.
Match the following: A- Formal mathematical transformation: B- Formal process model: C-Formal Specifications: D-Formal System development: 1- Here the formal mathema- tical representation of the system takes place. 2- It is a starting point for process analysis. It is abstract and only defines the principal process activities and deliverables. 3-Specifications expressed in a language whose vocabulary, syntax and semantics are formally defined. 4-It is more common to waterfall model, but here the development process is based on formal mathematical transformation of a system specification to an exactable program.
What is Cyclomatic complexity?
Cyclomatic complexity is developed by
The work associated with software engineering can be categorized into three generic phases, regardless of application area, project size, or complexity namely the__________ phase which focuses on what, the_________ phase which focuses on how and the_________ phase which focuses on change.
What is Cyclomatic complexity
For a function of n variables, boundary value analysis yields:
For a function of n variables robustness testing of boundary value analysis yields:
Which of the following is not one of the five information domain characteristics of Function Point (FP) decomposition?
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