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Lecture-12 - CEN4021 CEN4021 Software Project Planning(POMA...

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CEN 4021  CEN 4021   Software Engineering II  Software Engineering II Instructor: Masoud Sadjadi http://www.cs.fiu.edu/~sadjadi/ [email protected] Software Project Planning (P O MA) Goals and Measurement
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12 Lecture CEN 4021: Software Engineering II Acknowledgements Acknowledgements Dr. Onyeka Ezenwoye Dr. Peter Clarke 2
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12 Lecture CEN 4021: Software Engineering II Agenda Agenda Organizing (P O MA) Goals and Measurement
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12 Lecture CEN 4021: Software Engineering II Goals and Measurements Goals and Measurements During the planning activities, a number of goals and measurements to gauge and validate the attainment of goals were considered and identified. The project team still needs to be organized and motivated to both understand and accept these goals and measurements. Managers are responsible for transforming the plan into executable items during the organizing of POMA.
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12 Lecture CEN 4021: Software Engineering II Goals and Measurement Goals and Measurement During the planning phase the goals for and measurements of, the key attributes of the product and services are determined. Many of the goals for the system are deduced from the functional and nonfunctional requirements i.e. obtained from the customer. Measurable attribute : An attribute for which there is a well-defined metric and a methodology for its measurements.
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12 Lecture CEN 4021: Software Engineering II Overview of Goals and Measurements  Overview of Goals and Measurements  cont cont Example goals: A secure system A fully functional system A high-quality system A user-friendly and attractive system A cost-effective project A project that meets the schedule
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12 Lecture CEN 4021: Software Engineering II Validation of goal : Comparing a stated goal for an attribute with the actual measurement taken for the attribute. Verification of measurement : Ensuring that the measurement of an attribute is properly taken and recorded. Metric : The unit used to characterize an attribute. Measurement : The act of characterizing an attribute , which may involve multiple steps, utilizing the agreed upon metric for that attribute. Goals and Measurement Goals and Measurement
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12 Lecture CEN 4021: Software Engineering II Deliverable-related metrics and  Deliverable-related metrics and  measurements measurements Some s/w deliverable attributes include: Quality Usability Functional completeness Maintainability Modifiability Reliability Installability Requires some thought and insight before a reasonable goal and metric can be designed
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12 Lecture CEN 4021: Software Engineering II Project and project-related  Project and project-related  metrics and measurements metrics and measurements manager is usually required to describe the project in terms of the following: Schedule integrity Cost minimization Productivity Efficiency Cost-effectiveness Employee morale
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