The Problem of Missing Functionality


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The Problem of Missing Functionality
1011401The Problem of Missing FunctionalityOne of the major factors contributing to “blowouts” in software project costs and schedules is scope creep. Scope creep is the introduction of additional functionality that either was not specifically defined or was not identified at the time of estimation. Undefined functionality will be missing from the functional size; consequently, the project will be underestimated.
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Citation
Peter R. Hill: Practical Software Project Estimation: A Toolkit for Estimating Software Development Effort & Duration. The Problem of Missing Functionality, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2011), AccessEngineering Export