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Edwin van Gorp

Joined: 10/02/2012 13:15:29
Messages: 4

Sogeti Netherlands provides a freeware sizing tool named SIESTA (SIzing and ESTimating Application).

In order to support the process of measuring and estimating software realization projects, Sogeti Netherlands has developed the tool SIESTA (Sizing & Estimating Application). SIESTA supports all the methods which are based on the principles of the ISO / IEC 14143 standard for the measurement of the functional size of software. SIESTA supports the following standard measurement methods:
• Function Point Analysis (NESMA, ISO / IEC 24570 and IFPUG, ISO / IEC 20926)
• COSMIC (ISO / IEC 19761)

SIESTA also supports the following derivative methods:
• FPA in maintenance (Standard NESMA / IFPUG, Sogeti and NESMA Prof. Bottom)
• maintenance COSMIC (COSMIC, ISO / IEC 19761)
• Indicative function point analysis (NESMA, ISO / IEC 24570)
• Global function point analysis (NESMA, ISO / IEC 24570)
• Approximate COSMIC (weighted and unweighted)
• Feature points
• Use Case Points
• Early & Quick FPA

SIESTA is available in six different languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Italian and Spanish. It is is freely available for all interested people and companies.

For more information on SIESTA or to download the tool, contact us at siesta@sogeti.nl.

Joined: 24/07/2017 07:05:10
Messages: 1

SIESTA is both a method and its computer program implementation, to perform efficient electronic structure calculations and ab initio molecular dynamics simulations of molecules and solids. SIESTA's efficiency stems from the use of strictly localized basis sets and from the implementation of linear-scaling algorithms which can be applied to suitable systems. A very important feature of the code is that its accuracy and cost can be tuned in a wide range, from quick exploratory calculations to highly accurate simulations matching the quality of other approaches, such as plane-wave and all-electron methods.
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