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Percent 160% 127% 80% 52% 47% 44% 32% 27% 14% 14% 404%
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The Other 4GL count is high because many projects do not specify the language, other than that it was a 4GL, and numerous languages are represented by only a small number of projects Other 4GLs represented in the repository include CLIPPER, ColdFusion, Ingres, FOCUS, IDEAL, and RALLY
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Other 0 10 20 30 40 50 Number of Projects 60 70 80
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Projects 69 34 14 20
Percent 504% 248% 102% 146%
Few projects that used application generators have been contributed to the repository in recent years
Methods and Tools
Three fields are used to describe the various techniques that may have been used during the execution of a project: Specification Techniques, Design Techniques, and Development Techniques
practical Software project estimation
The following graph and table combine information from all three fields
Waterfall Traditional Data modeling Process modeling Business area modeling Event modeling Standards (ISO 9000, CMM, CMMI) Joint Application Development Rapid Application Development Prototyping Object-Oriented Analysis/Design, UML Multifunction teams Timeboxing, RUP, Agile Reviews, inspections Specific testing techniques
400 600 Number of Projects
Development Techniques Waterfall Traditional Data modeling Process modeling Business area modeling Event modeling Standards (ISO 9000, CMM, CMMI) Joint Application Development Rapid Application Development Prototyping Object-Oriented Analysis/Design, UML Multifunction teams Timeboxing, RUP, Agile Reviews, inspections, walkthroughs Specific testing techniques
Projects 745 713 505 399 106 85 335 181 103 255 252 127 89 462 356
Percent
365% 288% 77% 61% 242% 131% 74% 184% 182% 92% 64% 334% 257%
745 projects report using a waterfall process, of which 593 give no further information about specific techniques used 573 further
Appendix A:
What is in the iSBSG Repository
projects report using a traditional process, but give no further details of specific techniques used There are 1,384 projects that list specific techniques Between them the classical techniques of data modeling, process modeling, business area modeling, and event modeling are listed in 643 projects (46%) The most common single technique is data modeling, used in 36% of these projects RAD and/or JAD techniques are used in 18% of these projects Object-oriented techniques are used in 18% of these projects Testing-oriented techniques, reviews, and inspections are listed in 49% of these projects Many of the projects that have been contributed recently to the repository make use of standards (ISO 9000 series, CMM, CMMI) Of the 335 projects in the repository that used standards, 248 (74%) used CMMI, 74 (22%) used CMM, and 74 (22%) used ISO 9000 series standards 50 projects (15%) used ISO 9000 and one or both of CMM/ CMMI
Summary
The ISBSG project history data is a very valuable resource for analysis, benchmarking, and estimation, but it must be used carefully and with an understanding of what it does and does not represent
Additional Documentation
The following documents are available for download from the Downloads section of wwwisbsgorg Glossary of Terms Data Field Descriptions The ISBSG Repository Demographics The ISBSG Repository Field Descriptions
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Appendix
project delivery Rates by Category
his appendix summarizes project delivery rates in a number of categories You can use these tables as a base for your estimates and to help you build an estimation framework, as described in this book The tables are based on analysis of 1,681 projects, out of the 5,052 projects in the repository These projects all have a high data quality rating (A or B), size measured with IFPUG or NESMA function points, and normalized work effort at resource level 1 (development team only) Extreme outliers are not included Projects completed more than ten years ago are not included The ranges of project characteristics are as follows: All are sized with IFPUG function points, version 4 or later, or are new developments sized using the NESMA approach All have high data quality rating (A or B) 25 <= Size (UFP) <= 4,200 FP 80 <= Effort <= 61,500 hours Maximum team size <= 52 05 <= Duration < 34 months 065 <= PDR <= 80 Hrs/FP 45 <= Speed of delivery (for the entire project team) < 520 FP/month 07 <= Speed of delivery (per project team member) < 45 FP/ month/person
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