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Course: ASHARM 463, Fall 2009
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4 Assignment ITK 463 Abhilasha Sharma 02/23/04 Activity 4 Project/Application Function Point Calculation Worksheet Project A/Problem # 1 May want to use pencil to record your answers. Function Types Internal Logical Files #s Complexity Weights Complexity Totals Function Type Totals __1_ Low x 7 = __7______ __0___ Average x 10 = __0______ __0___ High x 15 = __0______ ______7_____ __0___ Low x 5 = ____0____...

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4 Assignment ITK 463 Abhilasha Sharma 02/23/04 Activity 4 Project/Application Function Point Calculation Worksheet Project A/Problem # 1 May want to use pencil to record your answers. Function Types Internal Logical Files #s Complexity Weights Complexity Totals Function Type Totals __1_ Low x 7 = __7______ __0___ Average x 10 = __0______ __0___ High x 15 = __0______ ______7_____ __0___ Low x 5 = ____0____ __0___ Average x 7 = __0______ _0____ High x 10 = __0______ _____0_______ __1___ Low x 3 = ____3____ ___0__ Average x 4 = ___0____ __0___ High x 6 = ___0____ ____3________ __2___ Low x 4 = ___8_____ __0___ Average x 5 = ___0_____ _0___ High x 7 = ____0____ _____8_______ __1___ Low x 3 = ____3____ __0___ Average x 4 = ____0____ __0___ High x 6 = ____0____ _____3_______ UFP = _____21_______ External Interface Files External Inputs External Outputs External Inquiries Total Unadjusted Function Points Total Degrees of Influence Calculation: TDI = __14 * 2 = 28____ Value Adjustment Factor VAF = 0.65 + (0.01 x ___28____ ) = _____0.93________ TDI VAF Calculation: Adjusted Function Point Count AFP = __21_____ x ___0.93_____ = __19.53______ UFP VAF AFP Project/Application Function Point Calculation Worksheet Project B & App B00/Prob# 2-May want to use pencil to record your answers. 1 Assignment 4 ITK 463 Abhilasha Sharma 02/23/04 Function Types Internal Logical Files #s Complexity Complexity Function Weights Totals Type Totals _0____ Low x 7 = ___0_____ __0___ Average x 10 = __0______ __1___ High x 15 = __15______ ____15_______ __0___ Low x 5 = ___0_____ __0___ Average x 7 = __0______ _1____ High x 10 = __10______ _____10_______ __1___ Low x 3 = ___3_____ ___2__ Average x 4 = ___8_____ ___0__ High x 6 = ___0_____ ______11______ __1___ Low x 4 = ___4_____ __0___ Average x 5 = ___0_____ _0____ High x 7 = ___0_____ ______4______ ___1__ Low x 3 = ____3____ ___0__ Average x 4 = ___0_____ __0___ High x 6 = ___0_____ ______3______ UFP = TDI = _____43_______ __7*2 + 7* 4 = 42____ External Interface Files External Inputs External Outputs External Inquiries Total Unadjusted Function Points Total Degrees of Influence Calculation: Value Adjustment Factor VAF = 0.65 + (0.01 x __42_____ ) = ___1.07__________ TDI VAF Calculation: Adjusted Function Point Count AFP = ___43_____ x __1.07_____ = ___46.01___ UFP VAF AFP This is also the AFP Application for B00 at this time. Project/Application Function Point Calculation Worksheet 2 Assignment 4 ITK 463 Abhilasha Sharma 02/23/04 Project B1/Problem # 3 - May want to use pencil to record your answers. Function Types Internal Logical Files #s Complexity Complexity Function Weights Totals Type Totals __0___ Low x 7 = ___0_____ __0___ Average x 10 = __0______ _0____ High x 15 = __0______ ____0_______ _0____ Low x 5 = ___0_____ _0___ Average x 7 = ___0_____ _0____ High x 10 = __0______ _____0_______ __1___ Low x 3 = ___1_____ _0____ Average x 4 = __0______ _0____ High x 6 = __0______ _____3_______ _0____ Low x 4 = ___0_____ _1____ Average x 5 = ___5_____ _0____ High x 7 = ___0_____ ______5______ __0___ Low x 3 = ___0_____ __0___ Average x 4 = __0______ _0____ High x 6 = __0______ ______0______ UFP = TDI = _____8_______ ___7 * 2 + 7 * 4 = 42 External Interface Files External Inputs External Outputs External Inquiries Total Unadjusted Function Points Total Degrees of Influence Calculation: Value Adjustment Factor VAF = 0.65 + (0.01 x ___42____ ) = ___1.07__________ TDI VAF Calculation: Adjusted Function Point Count AFP = ___8_____ x _1.07____ = ___8.56________ UFP VAF AFP Project/Application Function Point Calculation Worksheet App B01/Problem # 4 May want to use a pencil to record your answers. 3 Assignment 4 ITK 463 Abhilasha Sharma 02/23/04 Function Types Internal Logical Files #s ...

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