Modeling Project 1

Modeling Project 1 - Name: Mark McDaniel Date: 9-15-2009...

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Name: Mark McDaniel Date: 9-15-2009 BME100 Modeling Assignment (Fall 2009) Instructor Fills Out This Form Expected Requirements Yes No Checklist Item 1. Are the grammar, punctuation, and spelling reasonable (no more than 3 mistakes)? 2. Does the problem statement or introduction come at the beginning of the work and does it make the purpose of the work clear? 3. Does the discussion come at the end of the work and does it reflect on the work that was done? 4. Is the work professional and ethical? 5. Is the work all computer generated? 6. Have the proper sources been referenced? 7. Is there a name and page number for each page? 8. Is there a formula and program Excel sheet. Was the Excel spreadsheet placed in the digital drop box? Comments on quality of expected requirements and/or how they might be improved. Exciting Features Wow OK Checklist Item 1. 2. 3. Comments on quality of exciting requirements and/or how they might be improved. 1
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Name: Mark McDaniel Date: 9-15-2009 Revealed Requirements Incomplete Deficient Fair Good Excellent Computer Model 0 1 2 3 4 Formal Model 0 1 2 3 4 Explanation of model logic 0 1 2 3 4 Graph of Solution 0 1 2 3 4 Discussion of Assumptions 0 1 2 3 4 Upper and Lower Bounds 0 1 2 3 4 Discussion of model utility 0 1 2 3 4 Additions if you had more time 0 1 2 3 4 Comments on quality of revealed requirements and/or how they might be improved. Summary Results of Assessment Modeling Assignment Report Student Fills Out This Form (Remember to Complete all 10 parts . Use more or less space as needed. Add Name and Date to header) 2
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Name: Mark McDaniel Date: 9-15-2009 Title: Whole Blood Supply In the United States 1. Introduction: Throughout the years blood donations have been a critical part of life. A need for a blood alternative is crucial but due to the lack of biotechnology a successful alternative to blood has yet to be discovered (Sullivan, Cotton, Read, and Wallace 385-394). As the following model demonstrates, the uses and needs for whole blood are always short. The demand for blood out numbers the supply and need. A more efficient way to produce, obtain, and store blood is in high demand. An event such as the hurricane Katrina and the 9-11 terrorist attack along with a larger population reduces the supply. The strict regulations on who can donate allows for a safer blood transfusion but decrease the
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2010 for the course BME BME 100 taught by Professor Garcia during the Fall '09 term at ASU.

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