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Estimate the effort required to develop an Object-Oriented Software utilizing class point approach | Original Article

Manas Prasad Rout*, Sabyasachi Pattnaik, in International Journal of Information Technology and Management | IT & Management


The time and effort put into creating a piece of software may have a significant impact on whether or not it is commercially successful. As a second step, we examine the found classes' local methods and their interplay with the rest of the system to ascertain their complexity. In software development, estimation is the process of establishing the most precise measure of size required to design and test the programmed system, based on the software's needs. For calculating rough estimates of the size of Objective Oriented OO products, we provide a technique that has resemblance to FP (Function Point) we call it Class Point. Particularly, two metrics like number of methods and number of attributes are used for user objects that include design patterns.