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Unformatted text preview: SIE 431/531 Semester Term Project In this course, the semester term projects should be performed as groups. Each group can be composed of up to three students. No group (without any exception) can have more than three students. The same grading scheme will be applied regardless of the group size (one, two, or three). Therefore, it is strongly suggested that every group include three members. It is also strongly suggested that everybody form a group as soon as possible (starting today). If you don’t belong to a group early enough and are left out, let me know of it on Friday or Monday classes. Then, I will help you find a group needing a member. Once again, you cannot join a group which already has three members. The semester project is worth of 20% of the grade of the course. The grading scheme of the semester project is shown below. Students belonging to the same group will receive the same grade for the semester project, unless the majority of the group members suggest otherwise. This shall happen if a particular group member does not contribute his/her fair share in the project. 1 Grading Scheme • Model Logic 40% • Verification of model 10% • Animation 10% • Alternatives 10% • Output Analysis 15% • Project Report 15% 2 Undergraduate Students All groups will be given the same problem (see “Project Description”). Each group should submit a project proposal by March 28 containing the group members names and e-mail addresses. A group leader must turn in the pro- posal via D2L (dropbox/Project Proposal directory). It is noted that only one submission (from the group leader) from each group is necessary. The final report and Arena models are due on May 4 (5PM via D2L). 1 3 Graduate Students It is optional that you may solve the same problem (see “Project Description”) with the undergraduate students or your group may come up with your own problem. Each group should submit a project proposal by March 28 contain- ing: • Group members names and e-mail addresses • Problem description (1 page: description of the problem, justification of use of simulation (which is an expensive tool) – Your problem must be complex enough to justify the use of simulation – Problem description and justification are necessary only if you work on your own problem; otherwise, you need to submit group members names and e-mail addresses only. Regardless of your choice, as graduate students, you are expected to expand on the project. You must show, in your final product, something extra. That something extra is up to you. A group leader must turn in the proposal via D2L (dropbox/Project Proposal directory). It is noted that only one submission (from the group leader) from each group is necessary. The final report and Arena models are due on May 4 (5PM via D2L)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2011 for the course SIE 531 taught by Professor Rashid during the Spring '11 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.
- Spring '11