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Function Point Analysis (FPA) is a metric for a broad range of software environments, which is technology independent and supports the need for estimating, project management, measuring quality and gathering requirements. Ever since it was first made public by Allan Albrecht, FPA has been widely accepted as the sizing measure of clear business significance. In 1999, functional sizing was adopted by the International Standards Organization as the standard for software measurement.
FPA is a technique to break systems into smaller components, so they can be better understood and analyzed. This FPA methodology provides an objective, comparative measure that assists in the evaluation, planning, management and control of software production.
Our 1 day training provides a complete and in-depth understanding of the Function Point Analysis technique based on the IFPUG Release 4.3 standard. You will learn the basics of how function points measure software by quantifying their user functionality based on the logical design, and how this method provides a structured technique for problem solving.
The course covers the below modules in line with the IFPUG syllabus and guidelines :