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Unformatted text preview: ENGR 19500 Ideas to Innovations Part II Spring 2010 HOMEWORK #3 Due: Class 3b To be submitted in Class 3B: Individually: 1. Hardcopy printout of your m-file, hmwk3_pvtplot_yourlogin.m and two plots (Problem 3). 2. Hardcopy printout of your m-file, hmwk3_offroad_yourlogin.m, and one plot (Problem 4). Team: 1. Team flyer (Problem 1) 2. Code of Cooperation (Problem 2) To be uploaded prior to coming to Class 3B: 1. Your team flyer (Problem 1). 2. Your m-file, hmwk3_pvtplot_yourlogin.m (Problem 3). 3. Your m-file, hmwk3_offroad_yourlogin.m (Problem 4). 0. Reading Assignment MATLAB Textbook: Chapter 3: pp. 74-83; 88-94; 84-88 Chapter 5: pp. 140-156; 143 – Table 5.1; 147 – Table 5.2 Chapter 7: pp. 233-239 ( fprintf function) Blackboard: Under the ‘Useful Links’ folder, the file “Help with fprintf command”. 1. ENGR 19500(II) Teaming Concepts - Team Flyer This problem is to be completed by your entire team. Make a one-page team flyer (a flyer is an unfolded 8 ½ x 11 sheet with copy on only one side). Note that your instructional team may carry copies of your team fliers around all semester to help them learn names and remind them of who is on your team. Some profs. are known to pull out their set of team fliers every time they get email from their students! Therefore, your flier should include your team member names clearly matched to photos of your team members. Also, include something personal about your team and team members that helps your team stand out. Deliverable: Electronic submission to Blackboard and a hardcopy printout of your flyer. ENGR 19500 Ideas to Innovations Part II Spring 2010 2. ENGR 19500 Teaming Concepts – Code of Cooperation This problem is to be completed by your entire team. This problem will be available starting in class 2b. Your team's assignment is to develop a Code of Cooperation with a set of rules provided and at least five (5) additional rules that your team will create . You will use your Code of Cooperation to hold your team and individual members accountable. The rules you will create are of two types: team and individual. Team rules are targeted at keeping the team as a whole accountable; individual rules are targeted at keeping individuals accountable. Your team must develop at least one of each type. Each rule should be worded appropriately to allow future evaluation of your team and team members on a scale of strongly agree to strongly disagree. It should indicate how roles will rotate, how meeting times will be determined and announced, include other important aspects of how your team will communicate and accomplish its work and courses of action for when the rules are broken. When you access your on-line Code of Cooperation, you will see the list of rules we are providing. Use these as a guide when creating your team rules. creating your team rules....
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- Spring '08
- Numerical Analysis, Shock absorber, Code of Cooperation