Un forum des utilisateurs SNAP a eu lieu le mardi, juin 30 2015

SNAP est le logiciel processus d'évaluation non-fonctionnelle. APM sont les pratiques d'évaluation manuelle.

Une réunion virtuelle des utilisateurs de SNAP s'est tenue en juin 2015. Utilisateurs des États-Unis, Brésil, Espagne, La France et l'Inde ont discuté des défis communs de la mise en œuvre de SNAP dans leur organisation.

Voici une courte liste de problèmes courants:

  • How to calculate productivity when the Elementary Process contains both Functional User Requirements (FOURRURE) and Non-functional Requirements (NFR) and users cannot separate the effort needed to provide the FUR and NFR? Users were looking for a Function Point/Snap Point (FP/SP) ratio in terms of effort and/or SNAP productivity
  • Users stated that SNAP Productivity is not consistent across some sub-categories. This issue was identified in sub-categories 1.5 et 3.2.
    (The NFSSC is searching for better counting formulas based on data from users).
  • Suggestions were raised to use different counting formulas and hence increase SNAP accuracy. The NFSSC captured the suggestions and will analyze their benefits (à savoir, improve accuracy without making the SNAP counting process more complex).
  • Users asked for more examples in some areas.
  • Vendors of Software Estimation Tools expressed interest in working with the NFSSC to incorporate SNAP into their estimation tools.

 

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