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Software Estimation

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19/03/2014
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Course programme

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  • Software Estimation
    • Module 0 - Course Introduction
      • 0.1 Welcome
      • 0.2 Introduction Software Sizing and Effort Estimation
      • 0.3 Agenda
      • 0.4 Course Description
      • 0.5 Course Outline
      • 0.6 Learning Objectives
      • 0.7 Value of Software Estimation to Professionals
      • 0.8 About the Tutorial
      • 0.9 CFPS CFPP Exam Overview
      • 0.10 CFPS CFPP Exam Structure
      • 0.11 References
      • 0.12 Thank You
    • Module 1 - Introduction to Software Estimation
      • 1.1 Welcome
      • 1.2 Introduction to Software Estimation
      • 1.3 Agenda
      • 1.4 Software Size
      • 1.5 Sizing vs Estimation
      • 1.6 Flow Down of Size to Other Estimates
      • 1.7 Sizing Techniques
      • 1.8 Benefits of Estimation
      • 1.9 Summary
      • 1.10 Quiz
      • 1.11 Thank You
    • Module 2 - Introduction to IFPUG Function Point Analysis
      • 2.1 Welcome
      • 2.2 Introduction to IFPUG Function Point Analysis
      • 2.3 Agenda
      • 2.4 The Era Before Function Point
      • 2.5 The Era Before Function Point(contd.)
      • 2.6 FPA History and Introduction
      • 2.7 Components of Function Point Analysis
      • 2.8 Components of Function Point Analysis(contd.)
      • 2.9 Types of Function Point Counts
      • 2.10 Types of Function Point Counts(contd.)
      • 2.11 Types of Function Point Counts (contd.)
      • 2.12 Types of Function Point Counts(contd.)
      • 2.13 FPA Counting Steps
      • 2.14 Summary
      • 2.15 Quiz
      • 2.16 Thank You
    • Module 3 - Counting Scope, Application Boundary, Data Functions, and Transaction Functions
      • 3.1 Welcome
      • 3.2 IFPUG FPA Counting Scope Application Boundary Data Functions and Transaction Functions
      • 3.3 Agenda
      • 3.4 Recap of the FP Counting Process
      • 3.5 Case Currency Converter Application
      • 3.6 Counting Scope
      • 3.7 Counting Scope for Currency Converter
      • 3.8 Application Boundary
      • 3.9 Application Boundary for Currency Converter
      • 3.10 Data Functions
      • 3.11 Identification Rules for Data Functions
      • 3.12 ILF vs EIF
      • 3.13 ILF and EIF in Currency Converter
      • 3.14 Transaction Functions
      • 3.15 Elementary Processes
      • 3.16 EI EQ and EO
      • 3.17 Primary Intents of Transaction Functions
      • 3.18 Transaction Functions in Currency Converter
      • 3.19 Summary
      • 3.20 Quiz
      • 3.21 Thank You
    • Module 4 - Counting Rules for Data Functions and Transaction Functions
      • 4.1 Welcome
      • 4.2 IFPUG FPA Counting Rules for Data Functions and Transaction Functions
      • 4.3 Agenda
      • 4.4 Recap of the FP Counting Process
      • 4.5 Components of Data Functions
      • 4.6 Data Element Type for Data Function
      • 4.7 Counting Rules for DETs of Data Functions
      • 4.8 Record Element Type for Data Function
      • 4.9 Entity Relationship Types
      • 4.10 Counting Rules for RETs
      • 4.11 DETs and RETs in Currency Converter
      • 4.12 Components of Transaction Functions
      • 4.13 Data Element Type for Transaction Function
      • 4.14 Counting Rules for DETs of Transaction Functions
      • 4.15 DET Exclusions for Transaction Functions
      • 4.16 File Type Referenced for Transaction Function
      • 4.17 Counting Rules for FTRs of Transaction Functions
      • 4.18 DETs and FTRs in Currency Converter
      • 4.19 Summary
      • 4.20 Quiz
      • 4.21 Thank You
    • Module 5 - Complexity Tables, General System Characteristics and FPA Summary
      • 5.1 Welcome
      • 5.2 IFPUG FPA Complexity Tables General System Characteristics and FPA Summary
      • 5.3 Agenda
      • 5.4 Recap of the FP Counting Process
      • 5.5 Function Point Analysis Complexity Tables
      • 5.6 Unadjusted Function Point(UFP)
      • 5.7 UFP for Currency Converter
      • 5.8 General System Characteristics (GSCs)
      • 5.9 GSC Rating Guidelines
      • 5.10 The 14 GSCs
      • 5.11 GSCs at a Glance
      • 5.12 GSCs at a Glance (contd.)
      • 5.13 Adjusted Function Point(AFP)
      • 5.14 Tips and Tricks
      • 5.15 Summary
      • 5.16 Quiz
      • 5.17 Thank You
    • Module 6 - IFPUG FPA for Maintenance, NESMA
      • 6.1 Welcome
      • 6.2 IFPUG FPA for Maintenance NESMA
      • 6.3 Agenda
      • 6.4 Types of FP Counts
      • 6.5 Drawback of Enhancement FP
      • 6.6 Introduction to NESMA
      • 6.7 Pre requisites for NESMA
      • 6.8 Steps in NESMA Technique
      • 6.9 Identify the Functions Within the Scope of the Enhancement Project
      • 6.10 Determine Functions That Will be Added
      • 6.11 Determine Functions That will be Deleted
      • 6.12 Determine the Data Functions to be Changed and Determine the Impact Factor
      • 6.13 Determine the Transaction Functions to be Changed and Determine the Impact Factor
      • 6.14 Calculate the Enhancement Function Point Size
      • 6.15 Calculate the Size of the System After Enhancement
      • 6.16 Summary
      • 6.17 Quiz
      • 6.18 Thank You
    • Module 7 - Use case point technique
      • 7.1 Welcome
      • 7.2 Use Case Point Simple Medium Complex and Planning Poker Techniques
      • 7.3 Agenda
      • 7.4 Introduction Use Case Point(UCP)Technique
      • 7.5 Use Case Introduction
      • 7.6 UCP Steps
      • 7.7 Determine Unadjusted Actor Weight(UAW)
      • 7.8 Determine Unadjusted Use Case Weight(UUCW)
      • 7.9 Technical Factors
      • 7.10 Environmental Factors
      • 7.11 Adjusted Use Case Point Count
      • 7.12 Simple Medium Complex Technique
      • 7.13 Planning Poker Technique In Agile Projects
      • 7.14 Step 1 Reference User Story
      • 7.15 Step 2 Explain User Story
      • 7.16 Step 3 Planning Poker Cards
      • 7.17 Step 4 Determine the Relative Size
      • 7.18 Step 5 Discussion in Case of Contradictions
      • 7.19 Step 6 Repeat the Process
      • 7.20 Summary
      • 7.21 Quiz
      • 7.22 Thank You

Additional information

  • What is this course about?

    The Software Estimation course offered by Simplilearn is a program that has been conceptualized and developed for software professionals who are new to the field of software estimation. The course comprises various software estimation techniques that would help a manager to choose and use an appropriate method. These plethora of techniques will help the software professional to estimate the cost, effort, and schedule for any type of project.

    Software Estimation is one of the most sought after skills in software professionals in today’s professional world. Simplilearn brings to you Software Estimation training that will help you make better estimates on cost, time, development and management in projects. This training is offered in two variations—classroom and online. While classroom training lets you interact with a highly qualified trainer, online gives you the chance to learn from the comfort of home.


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