Towards an automated functional size measurement procedure: An industrial case study

Tipo de publicación: Conference Paper

Publicado en: Proceedings of the 27th International Workshop on Software Measurement and 12th International Conference on Software Process and Product Measurement

Autores
  • Quesada-López, Christian
  • Jenkins, Marcelo
  • Salas, Luis Carlos
  • Gómez, Juan Carlos

Investigadores del CITIC asociados a la publicación
Christian Quesada-López
Marcelo Jenkins Coronas

Proyecto asociado a la publicación
Evaluación de herramientas automatizadas para pruebas de software basadas en modelos

Palabras claves
  • empirical validation
  • FSM estimation
  • FSM procedure
  • Functional size measurement
  • IFPUG function points
  • measurement tool
Resumen

Functional size measurement automatically calculated for specific development frameworks is a challenge for the software industry. Automating function points counting involves benefits such as savings in time and costs and better reliability and accuracy of the measures, but it is hardly automatable. This paper presents an automated functional size measurement procedure, which has been systematically designed to obtain the functional size of software systems modeled in the development framework called FastWorks. In this study, we describe the framework architecture, the procedure design based on IFPUG FPA and the measurement prototype tool. Finally, the approach is preliminarily validated, the results are presented and lessons learned are discussed.

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Towards an Automated Functional Size Measurement Procedure: An Industrial Case Study