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Estimating Agile Iterations by Extending Function Point Analysis

  title={Estimating Agile Iterations by Extending Function Point Analysis},
  author={A. Banerjee and B. Narayanan and C. Mahadevan},
Estimation is critical to software development irrespective of the development methods being used. Waterfall methods work on the concept of signed off requirements, while agile methods are designed to handle changing requirements through increased customer participation and frequent releases. Statistical estimation methods like Function Point Analysis (FPA) are more appropriate in scenarios where requirements are explicitly documented, while agile projects are typically estimated using… Expand

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