Indirect measures of product - Designing the System
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Designing the System
Q. Mention any two indirect measures of product.
- Published on 21 Jul 15
Both A and B
Both B and C
ANSWER: Both A and B
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-Posted on 15 Oct 15
- Some measures are used to assess the quality of the engineered product or system and to better understand the models that are created.
- These measures are collected throughout the software development life cycle with an intention to improve the software process on a continuous basis.
- Measuring helps in estimation, quality control, productivity assessment and project control throughout a software project.
- Software engineers use the measurement to gain insight into the design and development of the work products.
- It also helps in assisting in strategic decision-making as a project proceeds.
- Software measurements are divided in two categories : direct measures and indirect measures.
- It includes software processes like cost and effort applied and products like lines of code produced, execution speed, and other defects that have been reported.
- It include products like functionality, quality, complexity, reliability, maintainability, and many more.
- Software measurement is considered as a management tool which if conducted in an effective manner, helps the project manager and the entire software team to take decisions that lead to successful completion of the project.
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