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use case budgetting

Akilan Paul
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Joined: May 22, 2006
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hi all
any one can you through some light on this topic "use case budgetting".
correct me if i am asking wrong question.


Regards,
Aki
Arnold Reuser
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Joined: Nov 20, 2003
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Function Point Analysis ( FPA ) could be applied to a detailed Use Case Specification. FPA delivers a certain amount of function points.
Function points are tasks being executed by resources. Now because resources have a certain rate.
Hence, a certain budget can be allocated to a use case.
Realize however that if no risk or quality model is applied to a use case. The budget is more a guesstimate than an actual estimation.

 
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