Function Points: Are They Really the Right Unit of Measure for Software Sizing?
Function points (FPs) are the most popular unit of measure for measuring the size of software. But because FPs were developed in the 1970s, are they not now

free example of method statements  and inferences, please feel free to e-mail me and vent your anger—you are welcome. What Is an FP? Originally, an FP was considered a user-identifiable, distinct function, but this is a paradox. If this were true about FPs, then FP methodology should not include Internal Logical File (ILF) and ExternalInterface File (EIF) in its calculations, because a user, not expert in software development, would not be able to identify these two FP transactions. External Input (EI), External Output (EO), or External

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