ENGR 19500 Ideas to Innovations Part II
Spring 2010
1
HOMEWORK #4
Due: Class 4b
To be submitted in Class 4B:
Individually:
1.
Hardcopy printout of your mfile, hmwk4_heatxchanger_
yourlogin
.m
,
and plot.
(problem 3)
2.
Hardcopy printout of your Excel file, hmwk4_heatxchanger_
yourlogin
.xlsx, and plot.
(problem 3)
3.
Hardcopy printout of your mfile, hmwk4_sampling_
yourlogin
.m, and figure.
(problem 4)
To be uploaded prior to coming to Class 4B:
1.
hmwk4_heatxchanger_
yourlogin
.m (problem 3).
2.
hmwk4_heatxchanger_
yourlogin
.xlsx (problem 3).
3.
hmwk4_sampling_
yourlogin
.m (problem 4).
You will complete the following parts of MEA 1:
1.
Individual completion of two
MEA Peer Critique Calibrations
2.
Individual completion of two
MEA Peer Critique Calibration Comparisons to Expert
3.
Individual completion of one
MEA Peer Critique
It is critical that you complete all parts of the MEA 1 sequence.
Failure to complete any
part will lock you out of the rest of the sequence and could result in a grade of 0 on
MEA 1.
0.
Reading Assignment
MATLAB Textbook:
Chapter 3: pp. 7483; 8894; 8488
Chapter 4: pp.114118
Chapter 5: pp. 156157 (subplots); 166168 (histograms)
Course Notes:
pp. 510
Mathworks Tutorials (Optional but Recommended):
Much (but not all) of the content
in the above reading is represented visually in the following Interactive MATLAB
Tutorial materials available through the MathWorks website,
www.mathworks.com/purduefirstyear/matlabtutorial
. The recommended segments for
this week are:
h
MATLAB Fundamentals
o
Manipulating Arrays
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Spring 2010
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MEA Peer Critique Calibration and Comparison to Expert
This problem is to be completed individually.
This problem is part of your MEA 1 grade.
The purpose of the Peer Critique is to provide a critical evaluation of another team’s work
such that the team can use your feedback to improve their solution.
Your feedback should
enable and encourage the team receiving your critique to make
substantive
(e.g. major,
practical, fundamental) changes to improve their MEA solution.
An ability to critically evaluate other people’s work and provide constructive feedback that
encourages improvement is a necessary professional skill that takes practice.
Through this
assignment, you will
practice
giving feedback on the work of two sample student teams
through a Calibrated Peer Critique. Just as your Teaching Assistant will evaluate your team’s
MEA work in the future, you will evaluate two teams’ MEA First Draft work along four
dimensions: Mathematical Model, ReUsability, Modifiability, and Shareability.
After you
have provided feedback on the sample team’s work, you will have access to an example of
how an expert evaluated that same sample team. A review of the expert evaluation will
enable you to better gauge the depth and specificity for the critique you will do of one of
your peer’s work next week. Once you have reviewed the expert evaluation, you will be
asked to reflect on three ways that you can improve your ability to provide a MEA Peer
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