KLOC


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KLOC

(unit, programming)
Thousand (kilo-) Lines of code.

KLOC

(Kilo Lines Of Code) One thousand lines of programming source code. See lines of code.
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Determinants Project 1 (p1) Project 2 (p2) Project Size 300 KLOC / 48000 person hrs 50400 Person (large) hrs (medium) Developmen Iterative, 3 amigo t style distributed agile methodology, acceptance testing driven development, distributed agile Requirement Undisciplined, Improperly s uncertainty so caused thought-out challenges in requirements accommodating impacted changes even development during sprints cycles (medium) (high Cost and Experienced Sufficient buffer time schedule delay time was not estimation due to planned for accuracy requirement retrospection.
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By contrast," writes Golden, "Carnegie Mellon University's Cylab Sustainable Computing Consortium estimates that commercial software averages 30 to 40 bugs per KLOC (weaker by a factor of 200+).
Other process models include cleanroom engineering that has shown reduced errors per KLOC for small projects (Fenton & Neil, 1999), and the quality management metric (QMM) (Osmundson, Michael, Machniak, & Grossman, 2003).
These programmers had an average of 8 years of programming experience and estimated that they had previously written an average of 100 KLOC each (median: 20 KLOC).