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Week 4 Lectures - Objective Trees (C01)

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Objective Trees Week 4 Lectures
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Once the designer has a problem statement, how do they perceive the systems design without jumping to the functional design? Week 4 Lectures ENG 1P03 2011 2
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Week 3 Lectures ENG 1P03 2011 3
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Which of the following are engineering (or functional) requirements? A. Desirability B. Ease of use C. Safety D. Sustainability E. None of the above are engineering or functional requirements Week 4 Lectures ENG 1P03 2011 4
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Learning Objectives You should be able to… Define and explain the purpose of objective trees. Generate an objective for a given problem statement. Generate a constraint for a given problem statement. To generate a metric for a given objective. Explain the relative use of objectives in the design process. Distinguish objectives from functions, requirements, means. Explain the difference between a constraint and a requirement. * Construct an objective tree. Week 4 Lectures ENG 1P03 2011 5
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“Levels of Abstraction Week 4 Lectures ENG 1P03 2011 6
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Non-functional Requirements or
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