Narendra Anumolu: Assignment: Questions And Answers?

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MMM Assignment 2/CEG6110
Chapters 3, 7, 8
Narendra Anumolu
Answer #1: As per brook’s, system should be in control on few people who are most experienced with the system to face the problems. The teams are organized as a surgical unit – one surgeon with a support staff. The surgeon is the chief programmer – designs, codes, documents, tests. Need great talent and lots of experience. The co-pilot is the backup chief programmer – works with the chief to help in thinking, ready to take charge but not responsible for anything. Programmers have been recognized as good and poor ones on the basis of the performance. Group ratios between best and worst performances averaged about 10:1on productivity measurements and on amazing 5:1 on program speed and
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Answer #3: One must say that one does not estimate the entire task by estimating the coding only and then applying the ratios. Language code is only one- sixth or so of the problem and errors in its estimate or in the ratios could lead to ridiculous results and data for building isolated small programs are not applicable to programming systems products. Planning, documentation, testing phase, components integration and training times must be added. As per Nanus and Farr study, shows an exponent of 1.5. There are few items that seem especially

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