Download A System for Measuring Function Points from an ER-DFD by Lamma E., Mello P., Riguzzi F. PDF

By Lamma E., Mello P., Riguzzi F.

We current a device for measuring the functionality aspect (FP) software program metric from the specification of a software program method expressed within the kind of an Entity dating (ER) diagram plus a knowledge stream Diagram (DFD). First, the casual and common FP counting principles are translated into rigorous ideas expressing houses of the ER-DFD. Then, the rigorous principles are translated into Prolog. The measures given by way of the procedure on a few case reviews are in response to these of human specialists.

Show description

Read Online or Download A System for Measuring Function Points from an ER-DFD Specification PDF

Best nonfiction_1 books

Publi Vergili Maronis

Publius Vergilius Maro (also identified by way of the Anglicised kinds of his identify as Virgil or Vergil) (October 15, 70 BCE – September 21, 19 BCE) used to be a classical Roman poet, most sensible identified for 3 significant works—the Bucolics (or Eclogues), the Georgics and the Aeneid—although a number of minor poems also are attributed to him.

Metagraphs and Their Applications

The graph is a severe and important inspiration in designing many info processing structures. structures equivalent to transaction processing platforms, choice help platforms, and workflow structures are all helped immensely by means of a graphical constitution. easy graphs and digraphs let for the development of quite a few process layout instruments that offer a handy and attractive layout for illustrating info infrastructures, whereas permitting any next analyses to be played by way of the person.

Extra resources for A System for Measuring Function Points from an ER-DFD Specification

Sample text

Boeing had only ten weeks to nail down the engineering details of the eight systems before it would have to present the entire vehicle design during a preliminary design review. That design review took place on 28 and 29 January 1970 at MSFC, involving roughly 120 personnel from the Center in Huntsville, as well as Boeing engineers and managers and those from Boeing's primary subcontractor, General Motors, plus others involved directly or indirectly with the LRV program. Astronauts John Young, Charles Duke (both of whom would fly on Apollo 16) and Gerald Carr were also present to review the design and offer their essential input.

Among them were the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) and other surface instrumentation. THE LUNAR ROVING VEHICLE WINS THE MOBILITY DEBATE As late as mid-1968, numerous contractors still held the view of using dual Saturn V launches to support extensive Apollo missions and their considerable hardware requirements. For example, in May 1968 GMDRL became AC-Electronics Defense Research Laboratories and published a presentation titled Roving Vehicles for Apollo Lunar Exploration Program.

Speed control of the motors was the job of Bruce Velasco and was achieved using pulse-width modulation from the movement of the hand controller. Within each traction drive was a magnetic reed switch that activated nine times during each wheel's revolution to determine speed, odometer and navigation readings. The traction drive was fitted with a mechanical brake that was activated via a cable connected to a linkage in the hand controller. Moving the hand controller rearward cut power to the drive and simultaneously activated the mechanical brake.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.06 of 5 – based on 19 votes

Related posts