Unified Modelling Language

1476 WordsJan 30, 20186 Pages
2. STUDY AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE 2.1 INTRODUCTION This chapter gives the brief introduction about the study and literature review of report. Here we will discuss the details of literature review with summary of this literature survey. 2.2 RELATED WORK 1. Ghislain Levesque et al. [1] have proposed a estimating software size with unified models. Automate the measure from a UML perspective and the other to add an objective measure of complexity to a standard measure in COSMIC-FFP in order to reach a higher level of confidence with those measures. So far, it can be concluded that, from UML use-cases and Actor-Object sequence diagrams of a system application, the number of messages exchanged correspond to the number of function points according to the COSMIC-FFP method. The main advantage of this approach to benefit from the UML standard modeling notation and the training done with software engineers to model the software with the UML notation 2. Vipin Saxena et al. [2] have proposed the performance of function point analysis though UML modeling. In software development, estimation of software size is one of the major activities. Various types of metrics are available for computation of software size. It is necessary to check the performance of each metric. Lines of code, objects and function point analysis are widely used for measurements of software size, cost and schedule of development. The Function Point (FP) Analysis is one of the most promising techniques for
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