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In the framework of function points associated to OO-method conceptual models (OOmFP), measuring the functional size of an information system in a precise and automatic way starting from its conceptual model is today a reality. The industrial application of the OO-Method modelling tools has resulted in their evolution, incorporating support for new functional elements. The present work shows the measurement rules associated to the new functional elements supported by OO-Method conceptual models, applying these rules in tools that generate executable code from OO-Method conceptual models. Finally, a comparative analysis is performed over OO-Method models of real systems. The comparative analysis shows the impact of new rules on the functional size measurement.