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Rachel Per eir a, I saiah Richar dson M ilest one 3: Concept Re
Fall M i lestone 3
Top 6 ideas
1. A program to determine the amount of CO2 in the air
2. A program to determine what materials will or will not harm the
body when used
3. A program to balance chemical equations
4. Application that completes the square
5. A program that can determine the fastest speeds that a specific
car can go
6. A system that determines if the wings of a plane will be effective
To come up with our top six idea, as a group we decide what solutions
would the most useful. We then came up with criteria and evaluated each
i dea in a Pugh mat rix. Our criteria are creation time, applicability, ease of
use and effectiveness.
As we know MATLAB is a language that can be used to perform a variety
of functions. Ini tially Team 05 had 6 top solutions and after reconsidering
t hem we have reduced to the three best ones. Our proposed client is any
u pper level engineering student. We constructed a Pugh matrix with 4
d ifferent categories to compare the various areas of interest. Those categories
a re creation time, applicability, ease of use, and effectiveness. We assigned a
n umber value to each category for the different topics and computed the
result by adding up all the numbers. These three particular applications
were rated the best.
1. A program to determine what materials will or will not harm the
body when used 2. A program to balance chemical equations
3. A system that determines if the wings of a plane will be effective
Refer to the Pugh matrix attached ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ENGINEERIN 132 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '11 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.
- Spring '11