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5-SystemSpecTao - The System Specification And the...

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The System Specification And the vagueness of our process
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The problem statements as presented Give far too little information Are inadequate as stated for grade-able projects Must be expanded, solidified, identified, researched A good problem statement must emerge
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The whole purpose of the project Invent something that has not been invented. Improve the quality of life of the severely handicapped, their teachers and therapists. We cannot tell you what to do, because that would stifle the creativity.
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Phase 2 of the Project Write a system specification You are the customer You represent the users You have money to spend and are trying to guarantee value
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Taoist Principle #11: Turn non-being into utility In the Tao, the concept of the uncarved block indicates that emptiness (non-being) has usefulness. Just as the space in a bowl, and the vacant places of doorways serve important functions, ideas of non-being can help engineers. The teacher who asks a question and then does
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