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41_Last_Lecture - CEE 597 Lecture 41 Final Lecture ABC...

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 2 May 2008    Jery Stedinger Last Lecture 1 CEE 597 – Lecture 41 Final Lecture ABC Video
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 2 May 2008    Jery Stedinger Last Lecture 2 Suggestion Box "I'm nit-picking a little here, but I was thinking that the beginning  of homework assignments should be printed on the front of a  page rather than starting on a backside.  For example, HW 12-13 starts on page 10 of the handout, and  thus is on the back of the last page of notes. I like to tear off the  homework assignment, but don't want to lose the last page of  notes."
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 2 May 2008    Jery Stedinger Last Lecture 3 Risk Taking
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 2 May 2008    Jery Stedinger Last Lecture 4 CEE 597 Risk Analysis and Management Study Period Office Hours. M-Tu-W 10 am - noon + 1 - 3 pm   Hollister  211 Questions can also be directed to: Dillon Cowan <[email protected]>, 211 Hollister Exam is open book and open notes Final EXAM Wed. May 7 th , 2007,  7-9:30 pm in Hollister B-14 Hollister 202 has extra handouts. Additional finals posted on course web site.
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 2 May 2008    Jery Stedinger Last Lecture 5 Can we do it?
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 2 May 2008    Jery Stedinger Last Lecture 6 How Americans  are living  dangerously It would be a lot easier to enjoy your life if there weren't so many things  trying to kill you every day. Shadowed by peril as we are, you would think  we'd get pretty good at distinguishing the risks likeliest to do us in from the  ones that are statistical long shots.  But you would be wrong, and it's almost certainly something we can learn  to do better. http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/11/26/cover.story.tm/index.html Times Magazine:  Nov. 25, 2006
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 2 May 2008    Jery Stedinger Last Lecture 7 Problem Solving Strategies For Engineering Problems 1.  What is needed? 2. What do you know? 3. Draw a picture  showing relationships   . Think about it  4. Work forwards   and   backwards to devise a plan      to solve a problem 5. Check for a better strategy 6. Execute the plan  7. Check that you have (a) answered original question,  (b) within constraints, and (c) that answer is reasonable  ⊕ .
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 2 May 2008    Jery Stedinger Last Lecture 8 IDENTIFYING THE SET OF POLICY OPTIONS Specifying details of each option Determining the range of variation  Assessing the uncertainty surrounding implementation  Anticipating the stability of the situation following inaction Determining legitimacy of creating new options arising during analysis                                                               IDENTIFYING THE SET OF RELEVANT CONSEQUENCES           Choosing consequences      Scientific, legal, political, ethical grounds
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