hwk10 - ENGR 126 Fall 2008 MEA 2 Just-In-Time Manufacturing...

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ENGR 126 – Fall 2008 HOMEWORK 10 MEA 2 Just-In-Time Manufacturing For Homework 10, you will complete MEA 2. This requires: 1. Team completion of Team Final (3 rd ) Draft 2. Team completion of Team Critique of MEA ‘Critique by Peer’ (TCMCP) 3. Individual completion of the Individual MEA Peer Critique Reflection 1. MEA 2 – Team Final (3 rd ) Draft This problem is to be completed by your entire team You will use the feedback provided by your peers to inform continued development of your team’s solution to MEA 2 completed in Homework 8. You will have access to the Peer Critiques on the MEA 2 – Team Final (3 rd ) Draft link on the WebForms page at: https://engineering.purdue.edu/ENE/WebformsFor/AvailableFor/ENGR126 When you open the MEA 2 – Team Final (3rd) Draft link, you should see 3-4 Peer Critiques. At this time, Devon Dalton would like your team to revise your MEA 2 Team Draft 1 procedure(s) and provide documentation on the revisions (see page 3). The data file ( justintime_data_hmwk10.txt referred to in the memo) is available on Blackboard. Recall that the client is looking for a share-able, re-usable, and modifiable procedure that is easy to use, understand, and modify. To prepare to make revisions, your team should: Review the original memo from the client and subsequent documentation (Lab 8 & Homework 8) Review your team’s first and second response to the client Review the feedback provided by your TA and your peers, paying close attention to (1) the results presented by your peers for the test case used in their critique and (2) the level to which your team has addressed the Mathematical Model, Re-Usable and Modifiable, and Audience (Share-able) criteria. Attempt to use your MEA solution, as written by your team , to determine the winners of the competition using all of the data provided in justintime_data_hmwk10.txt . Avoid making assumptions or reading between the lines of your own procedure – execute it as written. Your team might also consider having someone not on your team try to use your procedure (even someone not in the class) while you observe. This would help you identify difficult or unclear steps in your procedure. Be sure to give your team’s reasoning for the each step, heuristic (i.e. rule), or consideration in your team’s procedures. Use the following outline to help organize your team’s response and ensure that your team has not forgotten necessary items. CAUTION: The memo that your team submits should be in narrative form, not in outline form. Items I A-C are typically all covered in the first paragraph and item II is typically in easy-to-follow numbered steps. Item III could be in a combination of paragraph and tabular form, depending on the nature and quantity of the results generated by your team’s solution. ( NOTE: Your team cannot receive a grade higher than a D if you do not present results (Item III). Why? A client would want to see results.
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2012 for the course ENGR 126 taught by Professor Oakes during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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