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Course Introduction Probability, Statistics and Quality Loss HW#1 Presentations Robust System Design 16.881 Session #1 MIT
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Background • SDM split-summer format – Heavily front-loaded – Systems perspective – Concern with scaling • Product development track, CIPD – Place in wider context of product realization • Joint 16 (Aero/Astro) and 2 (Mech E) Robust System Design 16.881 Session #1 MIT
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Course Learning Objectives Formulate measures of performance Synthesize and select design concepts Identify noise factors Estimate the robustness Reduce the effects of noise Select rational tolerances Understand the context of RD in the end-to-end business process of product realization. Robust System Design 16.881 Session #1 MIT
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Instructors • Dan Frey, Aero/Astro • Don Clausing, Xerox Fellow •J oe Saleh, TA • Skip Crevelling, Guest from RIT • Dave Miller, Guest from MIT Aero/Astro •O thers ... Robust System Design 16.881 Session #1 MIT
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Primary Text Phadke, Madhav S., Quality Engineering Using Robust Design. Prentice Hall, 1989. Robust System Design 16.881 Session #1 MIT
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• Required – Access to a PC running Windows 95 or NT – Office 95 or later – Reasonable proficiency with Excel • Provided – MathCad 7 Professional (for duration of course only) Robust System Design 16.881 Session #1 MIT
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Learning Approach • Constructivism (Jean Piaget) – Knowledge is not simply transmitted – Knowledge is actively constructed in the mind of the learner ( critical thought is required) • Constructionism (Seymour Papert) – People learn with particular effectiveness when they are engaged in building things, writing software, etc. – http://el.www.media.mit.edu/groups/el/ Robust System Design 16.881 Session #1 MIT
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Format of a Typical Session Lecture Well, almost • Reading assignment •Q uiz • Labs, case discussions, design projects • Homework Robust System Design 16.881 Session #1 MIT
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Grading • Breakdown – 40% Term project – 30% Final exam – 20% Homework (~15 assignments) – 10% Quizzes (~15 quizzes) • No curve anticipated Robust System Design 16.881 Session #1 MIT
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