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Unformatted text preview: ... without violating these ... ... scored as follows ... SimpliFed requirements model • Improve driver safety • Improve pedestrian safety • No introducing new laws • Cost per vehicle ! $100 Constraints Goals • ¡atalities when vehicle is impacted by a frozen chicken (integer number; smaller is better) • Speed at which a front-front impact with a pedestrian is fatal (km/h; larger is better) Criteria Objectives Lecture 6 Accomplish these... ... without violating these ... ... scored as follows ... SimpliFed requirements model • Improve driver safety • Improve pedestrian safety • No introducing new laws • Cost per vehicle ! $100 Constraints Goals • ¡atalities when vehicle is impacted by a frozen chicken (integer number; smaller is better) • Speed at which a front-front impact with a pedestrian is fatal (km/h; larger is better) Criteria Objectives Lecture 6 Demonstrate structured thinking Explanatory depth and warranting Must use results in explanation Accomplish these... ... without violating these ... ... scored as follows ... SimpliFed requirements model • Improve driver safety • Improve pedestrian safety • No introducing new laws • Cost per vehicle ! $100 Constraints Goals • ¡atalities when vehicle is impacted by a frozen chicken (integer number; smaller is better) • Speed at which a front-front impact with a pedestrian is fatal (km/h; larger is better) Criteria Objectives Lecture 6 Demonstrate structured thinking Explanatory depth and warranting Must use results in explanation Things that don’t work provide more information (and learning) than things that go perfectly Heuristic Procedure Method Methodology Steps followed by rote to produce successful results A collection of procedures A study of disciplinary methods A rule that increases the probability of success Process Guideline Regulation Operation Technique … Lecture 3 Heuristic Procedure Method Methodology Steps followed by rote to produce successful results A collection of procedures A study of disciplinary methods A rule that increases the probability of success Process Guideline Regulation Operation Technique … Lecture 3 Structures are heuristics… modify them as needed given your speciFc context … but diverging too far means your audience won’t have a frame to guide their understanding 1. Keep a good lab notebook 2. Follow the instructions in the lab manual 3. Write carefully, revise fully – all that counts 4. Introduction creates the framework for reading the whole report 5. Include any theory you need later 6. Demonstrate understanding of key concepts How to excel in the formal lab report...
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  • Fall '08
  • Irish
  • Atomic Radius, Electrical impedance, Kirchhoff's circuit laws, Unknown Metal Sample, voltage division rule, lowest resonance frequencies

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