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Group 1                       14:25 – 14:55

Group 2                       15:00 – 15:30

Group 3                       13:15 – 13:45

Group 4                       13:50 – 14:20


Final Presentation

The schedule for the final presentation (June 2nd) is as follows:

 

Before lunch: Presentations (room U2-158)

9:30- 10:00 - Group 1

10:00-10:30 - Group 2

(Break)

10:45-11:15 - Group 3

11:15-11:45 - Group 4

 

After lunch: Demos in the control lab (room R1-151)

13:15-14:30 – Demos + closing award ceremony

 

Each group should present:

1) The project results – you should present things like:

  - Activities and worked hours summarized.

  - Timeliness. Which milestones were met, which were missed? Why? Which deliverables did you deliver, how timely were they? Why?

  - Describe the overall features of the system. How many (and which) requirements are fulfilled? Do you fulfil the use cases you have promised?

  - Some graphs would be nice, e.g. a Gantt chart illustrating activities, milestones etc.

2) What did you learn from the project – you should present things like:

  - How much of the initial plan held – how did you manage changes along the way?

  - Did you spend less time than you wanted on any particular activity (e.g. testing)?

  - Did you divide and synchronize the work in a proper way? What are your experiences?

  - What is your experience from working in a group? What were the problems (please do not be too detailed or personal)?

  - What turned out as you expected? What will you improve the next time?

3) Design. Present the fundamental ideas in your solution, e.g.:

- What are high-level design (architectural) decisions? How is the program structured? How do you use the available technology?

- How do you ensure real-time behaviour?

4) (After lunch, in the lab room) Result demonstration. This means showing the executing program, describing all features in a pedagogical and convincing way. Of course, you should try beforehand exactly the operations you will show, to avoid embarrassing situations (the “demo ghost”). You should probably spend some time planning and practicing the demo!

 


Groups

Group

1

2

3

4

Name

 TGFNAO

The Random People Group

 The Phoenix Group

 G4

Customer

 Frank

 Frank

 Frank

 Frank

Steering Group

 Johan A, Rikard 

 Johan F, Rikard

 Johan A, Johan F 

 Johan A, Rikard

Project Manager

 Tomas Billborn 

 Mikael Krekola

Claes Paulsson

 Siri Sjöqvist 

Result (40 points)

 

 

 

 

Documentation (10)

 7

 9

 7

 

Project work (10)

 9

 10

 9

 8

Product - Software (10)

 9

 10

 7

 7

Presentations (10)

 10

 10

 8

 7

Sum

 35

 40 

 31 

 30 


Steering Group Meetings

Schedule for steering group meetings are as follows:

Group 3   11:30 – 12:00

Group 1   13:15 – 13:45

Group 2   13:50 – 14:20

Group 4   14:25 – 14:55

Look at the schedule for exact dates (not always Mondays!), and rooms.


Rikard Land, last update: 2006-04-11