Source: Object Management Group ( Andrew Watson)
The relationship between sections 6 & 7 isn't clear. Are they two alternative descriptions of the same thing? Or two specifications of two different things? Please clarify.
The whole of section 6 is a natural language specification of a complex calculation to be undertaken to compute an Automated Enhancement Points value for a program. If this isn't specified formally elsewhere (e.g. using SMM & OCL or ALF, then it should be).
On the other hand, if (as I suspect) section 7 is the formal specification in SMM of the algorithm informally described in Section 6, then more description is needed of how the two relate to each other.
Section 7 also needs to be made more human-readable. This human reader couldn't extract any meaning at all from PDF pages 35 to 147 (although I'm sure there's plenty of meaning there!). If this is just a formatted dump of the contents of admtf/15-10-02 (the XMI file), then including it doesn't add much value to the specification. It's only worth including if it can be related to the contents of Section 6 and/or it includes extra explanatory text to help implementers understand the XMI file.
Reported: AEP 1.0b1 — Wed, 6 Apr 2016 07:38 GMT
Disposition: Resolved — AEP 1.0
relationship between clauses 6 & 7 clarified
Discarding §7 and beefing up §6•beefing up §6 is two-fold: more details in plain text and inclusion of references to XMI content, from discarded §7, in framed boxes
Alignment of §6 on normative content as requested by
AEP-14, including references from XMI content in text boxes
Updated: Tue, 11 Oct 2016 14:46 GMT