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In one example, a stochastic study that previously took 85 lines of code to develop was completed with just 12 lines of code using EFS2.
They separated the projects into small teams (fewer than five people) and large teams (more than 20), and in the size range of 10,000 to 200,000 lines of code.
Traditional software development methodologies represent holdovers from an era where a typical program would run in the thousands of lines of code and would operate as a stand-alone, batch mode application.
Unlike typical estimating tools, SLIM can utilize sizing metrics beyond lines of code or function points; it can also use component sizing measures such as programs, modules, objects, classes, use cases, and requirements.
Leveraging its software inspection expertise that includes more than 2 billion lines of code examined, Reasoning identified companies whose software code shows a dramatically lower defect density rate when compared to average defect densities contained within its knowledgebase of software inspections.
The project covered a great number of lines of code and was done on COBOL and PL1, the dominant language in the Alecta system.
with only a few lines of code added to the program.
They offer significant productivity gains in application development, helping to eliminate the frustration, delays and headaches inherent in analyzing multi-process, multi-thread, and network-distributed applications containing many lines of code or advanced programming techniques such as MPI, threads, and OpenMP.