Early Software Size Estimation using Weighted Analysis Class Diagram Metrics - Datasets

Published: 9 June 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/mnrpcxzk88.1
Contributor:
Marriam Daud

Description

It includes five different datasets. The first four datasets contain student projects collected from different offerings of two undergraduate-level courses – Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (OOAD) and Software Engineering (SE) – taught in a renowned private university in Lahore over a period of six years. The fifth dataset contains real-life industry projects collected from a renowned software house (i.e. member of Pakistan Software Houses Association for IT and ITeS (P@SHA)) in Lahore. Dataset #1 consists of 31 C++ GUI-based desktop applications. Dataset #2 consists of 19 Java GUI-based desktop applications. Dataset #3 consists of 12 Java web applications. Dataset #4 consists of 31 Java all two categories. Dataset #5 consists of 11 VB.NET GUI-based desktop applications. Attributes are used as follows: Project Code – Project ID for identification purposes NOC – The total number of classes in a class diagram NOA – The total number of attributes in a class diagram NOM – The total number of methods/operations in a class diagram NODep – The total number of dependency relationships in a class diagram NOAss – The total number of association relationships in a class diagram NOComp – The total number of composition relationships in a class diagram NOAgg – The total number of aggregation relationships in a class diagram NOGen – The total number of generalization relationships in a class diagram NORR – The total number of realization relationships in a class diagram NOOM – The total number of one-to-one multiplicity relationships in a class diagram NOMM – The total number of one-to-many multiplicity relationships in a class diagram NMMM – The total number of many-to-many multiplicity relationships in a class diagram OCP – objective class points EOCP – enhanced objective class points WEOCP – weighted enhanced objective class points SLOC – software size measured in source lines of code

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Institutions

National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences - Lahore Campus

Categories

Project Management, Object Oriented Software Engineering, Software Design, Empirical Study of Software Engineering, Linear Regression

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