Tagged: CFP count
18/04/2017 at 01:57 #6090Ye ZhaoParticipant
Just wondering if there is any automated tool for us to get the count of CFP from a simulation model? Thanks!
18/04/2017 at 22:42 #6092Alain AbranParticipant
Renault, the car manufacturer in France, has developed an automated COSMIC tool for the requirements documented in Matlabs SIMULINK.
Which simulation tool are you using or plan to use?
19/04/2017 at 12:13 #6094Charles SymonsParticipant
Dear Ye Zhao, re tools to automate COSMIC FP sizes from a ‘simulation model’. I am not 100% clear what this means. I assume you wish to measure a size in units of CFP automatically from functional requirements captured in a software tool.
I just looked through the Knowledge Base on https://www.cosmic-sizing.org. There are several papers – see links below. The list may not be complete.
In addition, the following paper has been published in ‘Information and Software Technology’
Title: AUTOMATIC COSMIC FUNCTION POINT MEASUREMENT USING REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING ONTOLOGY
Selami Bagriyanik a,b, Adem Karahoca b
a Software Development Department, Turkcell Technology R&D, Maltepe, İstanbul,
b Software Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Bahçeşehir University, Beşiktas,
There is a tool available from Poland to automatically measure CFP sizes of requirements specified as UML Use Cases, as an extension to Sparx Enterprise Architect CASE tool – but not limited to EA
The tool is available under licence from DC300 (English & Polish). http://300dc.pl/oferta/standardy-modelowania/
I hope this helps Charles Symons
16/01/2018 at 13:13 #10308Colin HammondKeymaster
Dear Ye Zhao,
I have recently developed a tool that will automate the counting process by interpreting the English written requirements. You may try this out at https://www.scopemaster.com
Some of the counting principles are not yet fully reflected in the tool, so it is more of an estimate than a perfectly reliable count. So far it is targeted at business applications. Using the tool could save you hours and provide a foundation for a manual count/check.
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