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Unformatted text preview: Unified Engineering System Problem #1 Grading Sheet – Spring 2004 Element
Systems Requirements Document 1 2 1.0 Scope. Scope properly and succinctly defined.
2.0 System Boundary. System boundary (what)
well defined addressing people, process and
3.0 System Requirements. System requirements
(what) well defined addressing people, process and
4.0 Resources. Appropriate resources – time,
material, people – specified.
5.0 Constraints. Appropriate constraints – time,
material, people – specified. Strategy
Two to four well structured, clear and concise
sentences describing a strategy to achieve
competition system requirements. FRDIARCC Table
Functional Requirements. System requirements
transferred to table (people, product, process).
Design Ideas (how). Design ideas corresponding to
functional requirements present. Design ideas in
sync with strategy. CR
Memo turned in for credit/no credit. NC 3 4 5 Comments Unified Engineering System Problem #1 Grading Sheet – Spring 2004 Team Process Exercise Survey 1
Team Process Exercise Survey 1 completed. Student:_____________________________________________________________ Grade:______________________ Unified Engineering System Problem #1 Grading Sheet – Spring 2004 Performance Levels*
CR Credit Credit NC No Credit No Credit 5 Exceptionally good Coverage and/or correctness of content demonstrates superior understanding of the subject matter, a
foundation of extensive knowledge, an ability to skillfully use concepts. 4 Good performance Coverage and/or correctness of content demonstrates a good understanding of the subject matter,
capability for use of the relevant concepts. 3 Adequate Coverage and/or correctness of content demonstrates adequate understanding of the relevant material, an
ability to apply the concepts in a relatively simple manner. * These performance levels are paraphrased from the definition of MIT grades given in the Bulletin and at
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course AERO 16.01 taught by Professor Markdrela during the Fall '05 term at MIT.
- Fall '05