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Lecture 7 - Requirements Specifications Decisions and...

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Requirements & Specifications, Decisions, and Prototypes Introduction to Professional Engineering Lecture 7
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ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 2 Oct. 27 & Nov. 1
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ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 3 My role as an engineer is to… Oct. 27 & Nov. 1
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Outline 1. Announcements 2. Over-the-Wall Engineering 3. Requirements 4. Decisions 5. Prototypes ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 4 Oct. 27 & Nov. 1
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Tutorials 1. Problems with project management deliverables 2. Tutorial 7 (Nov. 2 Nov. 8): House of Quality ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 6 Oct. 27 & Nov. 1
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Midterm Exam Results should be ready on Wednesday. ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 7 Oct. 27 & Nov. 1
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ETB Tour Go to Groups on Avenue to sign-up. Optional. Will be lead by Stuart Young, a Project Manager with Facility Services First come, first serve. 15 slots (between November 8 th and December 2 nd ) 20 students per slot ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 8 Oct. 27 & Nov. 1
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Over-the-Wall Engineering Where one group of engineers passes work onto another group of engineers with interpersonal communication. Oct. 27 & Nov. 1 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 10 Specifications Objectives Constraints Requirements
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Concurrent Engineering “The process in which designers, manufacturing specialists, and those concerned with the products’ life cycle (e.g., purchase, support, use and maintenance) work together along with other design stakeholders, so that they can collectively and concurrently design the artifact together” Oct. 27 & Nov. 1 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 16
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Oct. 27 & Nov. 1 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 17 Concurrent engineering capture the designer’s intent at all stages of design. It places a higher demand on team work.
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Oct. 27 & Nov. 1 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 18 In design, communication is key.
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Outline of Requirements Definitions Requirements vs. specifications Attributes and behaviours Four (4) types of requirements Setting performance levels Example Project expectations ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 7 20 Oct. 27 & Nov. 1
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