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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 ...
Use-Case-Based Effort Estimation Database (UCEEDB)
This database provides data required to estimate effort based on use cases (Use Case Points, Transactions, TTPoints etc.)
Incremental Architecture Refinement
In many contemporary projects, software architecture is a result of a knowledge discovery process and it is time consuming. To make the process more effective ...
3-Step Knowledge Transition: a Case Study on Architecture Evaluation
Software Engineering is developing very fast. To keep up with the changes, software companies need effective methods of knowledge transfer. In the paper a ...
Incremental architecture refinement
One of the topic we are working on is software architecture evaluation. The incremental architecture evaluation approach was presented at CEE-SET'09 ...
Transactions in Use Cases, Non-functional Requirements, and Architectural Decisions
Architectural decisions are usually considered to be influenced mainly by non-functional requirements (NFRs). It is difficult to disagree with such thesis. ...
Indtroducing ATAM with Technical Drama
This blog entry presents Technical Drama knowledge transfer approach, its application for teaching ATAM (Architecture Tradeoff Evaluation Method) and ...
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 ...
RA 04/10: Constructing Partial Domain-Models for Functional Size Measurement with TTPoints
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 ...
Towards Decision Centric Repository of Architectural Knowledge
Architectural design and design decisions are the key components of architectural knowledge. However, concerns, rationales, and risks should be also captured ...
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