Final Project: INSE 6280 (Fall 2016)
Objective:
Final project allows you to apply the material you learn in the class in a real project. In your project you
should develop and propose a process that utilizes design for human factors, sustainability, relia
TABLE OF CONTENT
Sub-title
Page
CHAPTER ONE
1
1.1 Background.
1
1.2 System Classification.
2
1.3 Input and Outputs.
2
1.4 Quality Assurance Overview.
3
CHAPTER TWO
5
2.1 Sustainability Analysis of System.
5
2.1.1 Design for Recycling.
5
2.1.2 Design for R
Introduction and Quality Factors
Systems?
Engineering?
Quality Assurance?
2
System composed of parts that work
together to perform a function
System- a group of interacting,
interrelated, or interdependent elements
forming a complex whole.
Systems may be
INSE6210Winter2007 (Week5)
Total Quality Methodologies in Engineering
Process Analysis
Dr. Nizar Bouguila
Concordia University
1
Topics to be covered today
Analysis
Basic probability theory
Normal distribution
Regression
Confidence interval
Hypothesis tes
INSE6210 (Fall 2006) Solution to Assignment #1
Instructor: Dr. Nizar Bouguila
Part1: 20 points
After reading chapter 1 of the text book, answer the following questions
(3 points) What are the core concepts of the Six Sigma philosophy?
Ans. The core concep
INSE210Fall 2016 (Week1)
Total Quality Methodologies in Engineering
n Diagnostic Quiz
n Go over course outline
n The Foundations of Six Sigma
n Principles of Quality Management
No one comes to work to do a bad job , Dr.
Edwards Deming
Dr. Nizar Bouguila
1
INSE6210 (Fall 2006) Assignment #1 (Due Sept 27 before the class)
Instructor: Dr. Nizar Bouguila
*You can form a group of two for this assignment.
Part1: 20 points After reading chapter 1 of the text book, answer the following
questions
(3 points) What ar
INSE6210Fall 2015 (Week4)
Total Quality Methodologies in
Engineering
Process Measurement
Dr. Nizar Bouguila
Concordia University
1
Summary: Last Lecture
n
Define
n
Critical to Quality (CTQ)
n
Pareto analysis
n
Break-Even Analysis
2
In this lecture, you wi
INSE621- Winter 2016 (Week3)
Total Quality Methodologies in Engineering
Project Organization, Selection, and Definition
The whole employee involvement process springs from asking all your workers the simple
question, What do you think?. Donald Peterson, F
Name: Nizar Bouguila
ID:-Department:CIISE
Concordia University
Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering
INSE6210: Total Quality Methodologies in Engineering
Midterm Exam (Solution)
Fall 2006
Date: Wednesday 25 October 2006
Instructor: Dr. N
INSE6210 (Winter 2007)
Assignment #1 (Due Jan 29 before the class)
Instructor: Dr. Nizar Bouguila
*You can form a group of two for this assignment.
Part1: 20 points After reading chapter 1 of the text book, answer the following
questions
(3 points) What a
Six samples of size 10 were collected. The data are provided in
the following table. Determine the upper control limit (UCL)
and lower control limit (LCL) for an ss-chart
chart.
Sample number
1
2
3
4
5
6
Sample mean
4.80 4.62 4.81 4.55 4.92 4.65
Sample st
INSE210Fall2015 (Week2)
Total Quality Methodologies in Engineering
Principles of Six Sigma
Project
Dr. Nizar Bouguila
Concordia University
Summary: Last Lecture
What is quality?
Systematic approach to quality management is
important
Foundations of Si
INSE6210 (Winter 2007) Solution to Assignment #1
Instructor: Dr. Nizar Bouguila
Part1: 20 points
After reading chapter 1 of the text book, answer the following questions
(3 points) What are the key determinants of profitability that underline Six Sigma?
H
Name:-ID:-Department:-
Concordia University
Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering
INSE6210: Total Quality Methodologies in Engineering
Midterm Exam
Fall 2006
Date: Wednesday 25 October 2006
Instructor: Dr. Nizar Bouguila
Time: 17:45-19:4
Gage R&R
Nizar Bouguila
26th September 2006
JJ J N I II
Dr. Nizar Bouguila
1/7
1. Gage R&R Study: Steps (1/4)
Select m operators and n parts (at least 2 operators and 10 parts)
Calibrate the measuring instrument
Let each operator measure each part in a
INSE 6260
Assignment - 2
Student Name: Manthankumar Makwana
StudentID: 6210600
Solution 1:
a)
T-Method
A transition tour for the given problem is:
c, a, c, a, b, c, b, b, a
The below table shows the output produced by the specification and implementation
Concordia Institute of Information Systems Engineering
Concordia University
Assignment #2
INSE 6260
Instructor: Rachida Dssouli
March 21, 2013
Deadline April 4d 2013
Total grade 8
-Question # 1 (1, 2.5, 0.5)
Consider a specification S and its implementati
INSE6120
Crypto Protocols and Network
Security
Protocols for Authentication and
Key Establishment
Note: Many of these slides are collected/modified from different books and online resources
Prerequisites
INSE 6110?
Cryptography?
Public-key and symmetri
INSE6120
Crypto Protocols and Network
Security
(Quantum Key Distribution)
This set of slides is just for fun and many technical
details are oversimplified
Note: Many of these slides are collected/modified from different books and online resources from the
Mini projects for the course
Cryptographic Protocols and Network Security (INSE 6120)
Lab 1 - Cisco Switches and Routers
Introduction
As much as it is important to know how to configure network devices correctly in order to
communicate among each other, i
INSE6120
Crypto Protocols and Network
Security
Padding-oracle attacks
Note: Many of these slides are collected/modified from different books and online resources from the Internet
Overview
In the definition of CCA-security, the attacker
can obtain the de
INSE6120
Crypto Protocols and Network
Security
(Fun Introduction to Zero
Knowledge Proofs)
Note: Many of these slides are collected/modified from different books and online resources from the Internet
Zero-knowledge proofs
Q1: How to convince a verifier t
Mini projects for the course
Cryptographic Protocols and Network Security (INSE 6120)
Lab 4
Dynamic Malware Analysis
Introduction
In the previous lab, we looked at Snort, a signature-based IDS that inspects
network traffic and compares it with pre-configu
Mini projects for the course
Cryptographic Protocols and Network Security (INSE 6120)
Lab 2 Security on Cisco Routers
AAA Model, NAT, ACLs
Introduction
In this lab well take a look at basic security measures that should be applied on Cisco
routers. These
INSE6120
Crypto Protocols and Network
Security
(Why Integrity Matter:
IPSEC and TLS Case Studies)
Note: Many of these slides are collected/modified from different books and online resources from the Internet
Authenticated Encryption
(INSE 6110 Review+)
Th