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P2430 - Standard for Software Nonfunctional Sizing Measurement

Having both functional size and non-functional size provides a complete picture of software product development. The functional size is quantifiable and represents a good measure of the functional project/application size. Providing a quantifiable measure for the nonfunctional requirements allows organizations to build historical data repositories that can be referenced to assist in decision making for better planning and estimating cost and schedule of software projects, measure productivity and quality of software projects and analyze improvement trendsThe standard specifies the set of definitions, rules and steps for applying a nonfunctional size measurement method (based on SNAP - Software Nonfunctional Assessment Process
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