Objective Measures from Model-Based Testing
Many businesses are looking for the right project measures as they relate to project planning, scheduling, and performance. Mark Blackburn gives guidance on defining, collecting, and analyzing measures derived from a model-based testing method. These measures and their use are described in terms of an information model adapted from the ISO/IEC 15939, Software Engineering-Software Measurement Process. The model-based method associated with these measures involves modeling requirements and mapping modeled requirement variables, referred to as object mappings, to interfaces of the target test system.
- Fundamental units of measure derived from model-based artifacts
- Graphical representations of measures and how to use them to estimate project duration
- Real-time project data used to predict the completion of an ongoing project