The size of software can be measured by using __________. size
The size of software can be measured by using __________.
What is the most common reason IT projects fail?
Projects most commonly fail because there is a lack of attention and efforts being applied to seven project performance factors: Focus on business value, not technical detail. This involves establishing a clear link between the project and the organizations key strategic practices.Process Driven Approach
If several entities are always created together and deleted together then this is a strong
indication that they should be grouped into a single logical file.
If an employee number which appears twice in an ILF/EIF , count the DET __________.
If an employee number which appears twice in an ILF or EIF as (1) the key of the
employee record and (2) a foreign key in the dependent record, count the DET
Metrics to assess the quality of the analysis models and the corresponding software specification were proposed by ________
Metrics to assess the quality of the analysis models and the corresponding software
specification were proposed by Davis in 1993 for these seemingly qualitative
Every project has a defined number of staff members. As time allocation occurs, the project manager must ensure that no more than the allocated number of ------------- have been scheduled at any given time.
Every project has a defined number of staff members. As time allocation occurs, the
project manager must ensure that no more than the allocated number of people has been
scheduled at any given time.
In _________________, there is both vertical and horizontal communication.
W5HH Principle consists of seven Questions.
Barry Boehm has suggested a systematic approach to project management. It is known as
the WWWWWHH principle. It comprises of 7 questions. Finding the answers to these 7
questions is essentially all a project manager has to do. These are:
• WHY is the system being developed?
• WHAT will be done?
• By WHEN?
• WHO is responsible for a function?
• WHERE they are organizationally located?
• HOW will the job be done technically and managerially?
• HOW MUCH of each resource (e.g., people, software, tools, database) will be
Certain reusable software components were to be developed by a/an 3rd party having no knowledge of its internal design standards.
Which of the following is not a software metric?
Measures, Metrics and Indicators
Before we can talk about the measurement process, we first need to understand the terms
measure, metrics, and indicators. The terms measure, measurement, and metrics are often
used interchangeable but there are significant differences among them. Within the
software engineering domain, a measure provides a quantitative value of some attribute of
a process or a product. For example, size is one measure of a software product.
Measurement is the process or mechanism through which the measure is taken. For
example, FP analysis is a mechanism to measure the size of software. Measurement
involves taking one or more data points related to some aspect of the product or process.
Software metric relates individual software measures to provide a normalized view. For
example, defects per function point are one metric which relates two individual measures,
that is, defects and size, into one metric.
In context of moving range and individual control charts, LNPL stands for: