IFPUG

International Function Point Users Group
The International Function Point Users Group IFPUG is a US-based worldwide organization of Function point analysis metric software users.wikipedia
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The International Function Point Users Group IFPUG is a US-based worldwide organization of Function point analysis metric software users.
It provides a standard for automating the Function Point counting according to the guidelines of the International Function Point User Group (IFPUG) However, the current implementations of this standard have a limitation in being able to distinguish External Output (EO) from External Inquiries (EQ) out of the box, without some upfront configuration.

SNAP Points

SNAP is a product of the International Function Point Users Group (IFPUG), and is sized using the Software Non-functional Assessment Practices Manual, (APM) now in version 2.2.

United States

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The International Function Point Users Group IFPUG is a US-based worldwide organization of Function point analysis metric software users.

International Organization for Standardization

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IFPUG owns Function Point Analysis (FPA) as defined in ISO standard 20296:2009 which specifies the definitions, rules and steps for applying the IFPUG's functional size measurement (FSM) method.

IBM

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FPA can be traced to the work of Allan Albrecht of IBM who pioneered functional sizing in 1979 which derived a functional size of product value distinct and disassociated from lines of code, technology, or software language.

Software sizing

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The original sizing method is the IFPUG.