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ECE 18-649 Final Mini-Report Starting Point

ECE 18-649 Final Mini-Report Starting Point. Month Day, 2010 Group #N Member Name 1 Member Name 2 Member Name 3 Member Name 4. Overview. Presentation and slide information Grading criteria Outline for your talk: Elevator design Process in retrospect Project statistics Open issues

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ECE 18-649 Final Mini-Report Starting Point

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  1. ECE 18-649Final Mini-Report Starting Point Month Day, 2010 Group #N Member Name 1 Member Name 2 Member Name 3 Member Name 4

  2. Overview • Presentation and slide information • Grading criteria • Outline for your talk: • Elevator design • Process in retrospect • Project statistics • Open issues • Suggestions Student Name

  3. About Your Presentation • Stay on time! • Whole presentation: 10-12 minutes • You will be cut off at 13 minutes for Q&A • On time is more important than exact number of slides • Most groups take too long if they don’t practice • At least two team members shall present each time • Each team member presents at least twice • Slides submitted in advance and run on TA laptop • Be professional • Speak loudly enough to hear in back row • Do not wear hat, coat, or gloves • Do not chew gum or have objects in mouth • Practice your talk before you give it • Try to minimize “Ah” “Uhm” “You Know” Student Name

  4. About Your Slides • Cover all of the content! • Title slide with group # & member names • Outline slide • Content slides (6-8 total) • Design discussion (2-3 slides) • Process in retrospect (2-3 slides) • Project statistics (1 slide) • Open issues (half slide) • Suggestions (half slide) • Slide template is flexible, but must be legible • 16-28 point type for bullets; 16 point min font size • Name of student presenting must be on each slide • Slide number must be visible on each slide • Don’t bring printed handouts to class Student Name

  5. Grading Criteria • (20pts) GROUP PERFORMANCE • (5 pts) Slides submitted by deadline • (5 pts) Slides have acceptable format • e.g., font sizes, name on each slide • (5 pts) All required topics covered by slides • (5 pts) At least two group members present on time • You get this team grade even if you are not presenting • (10pts) Individual Performance • Best two out of three used for each student • If you only present twice, those two grades are used • Present non-trivial material and time length to count • (5 pts) Able to explain material on designated slides • (5 pts) Appropriate attire; heard in back row Student Name

  6. Presentation goals • Showcase design aspects of your elevator • You spent the whole semester working on it • Tell us about the coolest parts! • Lessons learned about process • Now that you’ve had a chance to do a relatively large design project using process, tell us about it • We want to emphasize that there is much more flexibility in this presentation that previous ones • If you’re unsure whether what you want to present is appropriate in content or scope, ask us! Student Name

  7. System Design Discussion • Each group shall select one (or two closely related) aspects of their design to discuss • This must be some aspect of yourelevator • A few examples: • The coolest part of your design • A non-trivial design choice for easy testing, improved performance, etc. • Most challenging design aspect • The biggest design problems you encountered and how you solved them using process • Emergent behaviors • Behaviors that manifested when individual parts of your design were combined • Good? bad? unexpected? How did you deal with them? • Any other interesting or favorite part of your design Student Name

  8. Process in Retrospect • Discuss the use of process during the semester • Now that you’ve had to use it, what did you learn? • What were the benefits? • What were the difficulties? • Discuss the use of process to find errors in your design • Scenario, sequence diagrams, requirements, state charts • What kinds of problems did you find during peer reviews? • Unit, integration, and acceptance testing • What kinds of errors did you find from each? • How would you have solved the same problems without using process? • Which strategies (team, technical, etc.) have worked well, and which have not with respect to process? Student Name

  9. Project Statistics • Statistics for each presentation • Include three sets of statistics (as of this presentation, and the two from previous presentations) • Number of scenarios/sequence diagrams • Also, number of sequence diagram arcs • Number of behavioral requirements • Count up the numbers (7.1, 7.1.1, 7.1.2 count as two) • Number of statecharts • Also, total number of states • Also, total number of arcs • Number non-comment lines source code you have written • Do not count blank lines or comments • Testing information: • Number unit tests • Number integration tests • Number acceptance tests • Number of outstanding defects and issue log entries Student Name

  10. Open Issues and Suggestions • Open issues • Biggest unsolved issue? • How do you plan to solve it? • Open issues are not incomplete parts • It’s OK to say ‘none’ if you’re already finished • What suggestions do you have for next year’s students? • Suggestions for staff to improve 18-649 in future semesters? Student Name

  11. Common Presentation Errors • Many bullet items more than one line long • Fonts smaller than 16 point • Beware powerpoint auto-resize • Fonts in diagrams count too! • This font is pretty tiny and should only be used for details (16 pt) • This font is too small and shouldn’t be used (14 pt) • Poor personal presence • Wearing outdoor coats, any hat, torn shirts, T-shirt • Chewing gum • Talking to front row instead of back row • Poor time management • You must speak for 2.5+ minutes for individual grade and at least two non-trivial slides • We’ll give you 5 & 2 minute warnings for talk Student Name

  12. Logistics • ALL final presentations are due Sunday April 25th, 2010 by 7:00 PM • Include it in your submission directory • ../ece649/Public/handin/presentations/ • Any late submissions or corrections after the deadline will result in late penalties • See course web page for time slots • Slots will run in order stated on web page Student Name

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