By Lamma E., Mello P., Riguzzi F.
We current a device for measuring the functionality aspect (FP) software program metric from the specification of a software program process expressed within the kind of an Entity dating (ER) diagram plus a knowledge circulation Diagram (DFD). First, the casual and basic FP counting principles are translated into rigorous ideas expressing homes of the ER-DFD. Then, the rigorous principles are translated into Prolog. The measures given through the approach on a couple of case experiences are based on these of human specialists.
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A s a group they lived 3 0 0 to 4 0 0 years after the First M e s s e n i a n War, as great a span of time as that w h i c h separates us f r o m the T h i r t y Years' W a r or the Spanish A r m a d a . T h e y were, moreover, A t h e n i a n or largely shared the A t h e n i a n point of view, a very important l i m i t a t i o n i n view of that A t h e n i a n deformation of earlier Greek history w h i c h was w e l l begun by at least the early fourth century. T o counter this distor t i o n other Greeks c o u l d d o little: the Spartans, o n the evidence o f Isocrates (who m a y be accounted a m i n o r member of m y second group), " p a y n o more attention to w h a t is written i n Athens than to w h a t is said beyond the Pillars of H e r a c l e s .
Yet a statement about early Sparta is not necessarily true because it occurs i n any of this g r o u p , far removed i n time and i n spirit f r o m that early era; historians must apply historical standards of evaluation to Aristotle no less t h a n to Pausanias. 19 20 III H e r o d o t u s , it w i l l be noted, I have not included i n m y second g r o u p . F o r a variety of reasons the Father of H i s t o r y stands apart: a n d this solitary p o s i t i o n makes h i m the most valuable classical source for early Sparta.
Thus Nafissi, Nascita, C h . 2. Introduction 23 perhaps i n its a d o p t i o n of hoplite tactics if its defeat by the Argives at H y s i a e is to be ascribed to the different rate at w h i c h these t w o states h a d reacted to m i l i t a r y developments. T h e desire to b u i l d a narrative of early Spartan history must always be tempered by the c a u t i o n advocated by Starr a n d more recently H o d k i n s o n , a n d the hypothetical nature of any narrative must be borne i n m i n d .
A System for Measuring Function Points from an ER-DFD Specification by Lamma E., Mello P., Riguzzi F.