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TV

VCR

1

2

3

4

TV out to laptop video in

TV

1 2 3 4

VCR

1 2 3 4

Select 3 (Prev.) to Laptop

Select 2 (Prog.) to Laptop

Select 3 (Prev.) to VCR

Select 2 (Prog.) for VCR

Pre-Class Checklist (1)

  • Hook up Portable Computer (two cables)

    • PC Video out (Second Monitor to side of Table – Aux Computer (Use Standard 15 pin Connection Cord)

    • PC Video in from Back of RadioShack switch – Use Standard RCA Plug

  • Start Computer, Powerpoint, Netmeeting, PowerPoint (Slideshow)

    • Reset Cameras so Image Centered, Correctly Positioned

    • Reset NetMeeting – “Always on Top”, Image Size and Position

  • Use Preview Touchscreen to toggle cameras/input to Laptop

  • Button -- Radioshack TV 3 to send Preview to Laptop (Head,Students,Remote,Elmo)

  • Button – Radioshack VCR 3 to send Preview to VCR, 2 to send Prog. To VCR

  • Toggle VCR 3 -> 2 -> 3 for Streaming Cue

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Pre-Class Checklist (2)

  • Verify TV to “3” (‘Preview’ to Laptop Video In)

  • Verify VCR to “3” (Laptop Composite Output to VCR)

  • Have Students Verify Camera Auto Points to Them.

  • Call ETS to Notify of Program Start

  • Turn on PLAY and RECORD on VCR

    • Are YOU Sure It’s On?

  • Click this slide to advance to 30 Second Introduction and Conduct Class

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BEGIN CLASS

IN

30

SECONDS

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BEGIN CLASS

IN

20

SECONDS

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BEGIN CLASS

IN

10

SECONDS

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CLICK

BEGIN !!!

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Let’s Begin

  • Welcome to Week 14 (The Penultimate)

  • Agenda

    • Get Everybody Ready for Presentations Next Week

    • Discuss Final Exam

    • Observations from Discussion Threads

    • Answer Discussion & HW Questions

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Presentation Preparation (1)

  • Delivery Plans and Sequence

    • Remote Studio Origination

      • Goodyear

        • Steve Daino (Paper Rec’d), Kevin Ferguson

      • OSU-Tulsa

        • Mike Janitz (Paper Rec’d)

      • Seagate

        • Dennis McInerney

  • [Break/Tape Change]

    • Videotape and Slides Shown by Instructor

      • Tom North and Chris Forth

        • NOTE – Already Received Papers and Slides

      • Rakesh Pai (?), Mike Blanton (?)

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Presentation Preparation (2)

  • Delivery Plans and Sequence (cont.)

    • Cordell Studio Origination

      • Jeff Short (Will Drive In – May move up)

  • [Break]

    • Kanagaraj Coimbatore

    • Rahul Deshpande

    • Abhijit Hora

    • Sheng Ma

    • Jaskaran Singh

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Presentation Preparation (3)

  • Papers and slides will be posted as received

  • Slides must be received by Monday Noon and be in supplied format

    • 2/3 – 3/4 of Slide => Text

    • 1/4 -- 1/3 of Slide => Area for “Talking Head”

      • Instructor will load, advance slides for remote studios and Cordell studio

      • Students will be “inset” from studio cameras

      • Allows Students to Talk Looking at Screen

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Presentation Preparation (3)

  • Remote Camera Checks (Face at Right)

    • OSU – Tulsa

      • Mike Janitz

    • Goodyear

      • Steve Daino and Kevin Ferguson

    • Seagate

      • Dennis McInerney

    • OSU – Stillwater

      • Kanagaraj Coimbatore

      • Rahul Despande

      • Abhijit Hora

      • Sheng Ma

      • Jaskaran Singh

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Look Ahead to Final Exam (1)

  • Format

    • Similar to Mid-term

      • Open-Ended, Integrative (Systems)

      • Majority of points on material since Midterm

      • Design for 120 minutes

      • Will Allow 150 minutes

        • In Class – 7:15 – 9:45 p.m. Wednesday, December 13, 2000 [Open mike/camera to remote site(s)]

        • Outside Class – Arrange w/Kristi Horner to Fax you exam, you fax back in 2 ½ hours – Take Between December 8 -14 (Fri. – Thurs.)

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Look Ahead to Final Exam (2)

  • Topics

    • Pre-Midterm

    • Post Midterm

    • “Bridging” Course

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Look Ahead to Final Exam (3)

  • Pre-Midterm Topics

  • CAD, Geometric Modeling (2, 3)

    • Representations/Transformations

    • Data Exchange to Other Functions

  • Computer Control of Manufacturing Systems (6, 8)

    • Numerical Control

    • Programmable Logic Controllers

    • Robotic Systems

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Look Ahead to Final Exam (4)

  • Pre-Midterm Topics

  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing

    • Definition -- Key Words/Meanings

    • Concepts -- Life Cycle Orientation/Viewpoint(s)

  • Concurrent Engineering

    • Definition and Goals

    • Comparison to “Traditional”

    • Computer Aided Process Planning

      • Variant/Generative/Group Technology

      • Surface Recognition/Process Association

    • Concurrent Engineering Process Design

      • Quality Deployment Function (QFD)

      • Quantitative Analysis -- Singh Model

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Look Ahead to Final Exam (5)

  • Pre-Midterm Topics

  • Group Technology

    • Definition and Philosophy

    • Coding Structures

    • Attributes Used

    • Use of Database Techniques vs. Coding

    • Family and Cell Formation

      • Production Flow Analysis

      • Similarity Indices

      • Procedures -- Linear Programming, Vakaria and Wemmerlov

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Look Ahead to Final Exam (6)

  • Pre-Midterm Topics

  • Cellular Manufacturing

    • Definition and Philosophy

    • Cell/Family Formation

  • Flexible Manufacturing Systems

    • Definition and Philosophy

    • Design Steps

  • Numerical Control

    • Definitions/Terms/Types

    • Relation/Types of CIM -- Cellular, FMS, Group Technology, etc.

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Look Ahead to Final Exam (7)

  • Pre- Midterm Topics

  • Robotics

    • Definitions/Terms/Types

    • Use and Justification of Use

  • Programmable Controllers

    • Definition/Use

    • Reading/Interpreting Ladder Diagrams

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Look Ahead to Final Exam (8)

  • Post-Midterm Topics

  • Manufacturing Systems Planning and Control

    • Dealing with Variation

    • Control Philosophies (Aggregate, JIT,…)

  • Material Handling

    • AGV, ASRS Design

  • Information Exchange

    • Virtual Organizations

    • Meta-Data

    • Mark-up and Semantics

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Look Ahead to Final Exam (9)

  • Post-Midterm Topics

  • Information Exchange

    • Supply Chain

    • Information System Design

    • Types of Data Exchange

    • Standardized Data Exchange Alternatives

    • Information/Data Modeling

  • Historical Perspective and Current Issues

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Advice (How to Do Well)

  • Read the Question

  • Reread the Question

  • Organize Answer/Outline in Mind

  • Select Format for Response

  • Answer the Question Asked

  • No Extra Credit for Answers

  • to Questions not Asked

  • Proofread and Check

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Discussion Questions

  • I am not sure of the exact use of Express Models. Do they have some specific advantages over other database management software?

    • Use – Data model independent of implementation method

    • Not a Database Management tool – Input to Database Design/Implementation

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Discussion Questions

  • Application Reference Model and Application Activity model use IDEF1X and IDEF0 respectively.Why don't these models use EXPRESS?

    • EXPRESS is for (detailed) data modeling (entities and relationships)

    • IDEF shows activities (input, output, controls, resources

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EXPRESS HW Review

  • Simplified Modeling Concept–

  • SCHEMA area_of_interest

    • ENTITY named_concept

    • relation_to_other_entities: ONEOF (express_subtype, express_supertype);

    • role_of_following_in_model: ONEOF (declared_data_type, aggregate_type, simple_data_type);

    • WHERE

    • rule_name :

    • value_of type_in_role_1 :=: value_of_type_in_role2;

    • END_ENTITY

  • END_SCHEMA

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EXPRESS HW Review (2)

  • SCHEMA osu_records

    • ENTITY person

    • sex: ONEOF (male, female);

    • role_at_osu: SET [1,?] (employee, student, applicant, dropout, former_employee, former_student, alumni, dependent)

    • first_name: STRING;

    • last_name: STRING;

    • WHERE

    • same_person :

    • employee_number :=: student_id;

    • END_ENTITY;

  • ENTITY male

    • SUBTYPE OF (person);

    • wife: OPTIONAL female;

  • END_ENTITY;

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EXPRESS HW Review (3)

  • ENTITY female

    • SUBTYPE OF (person);

    • maiden_name: OPTIONAL STRING;

    • husband: OPTIONAL male;

  • END_ENTITY;

  • ENTITY employee;

  • SUBTYPE OF (person)

  • employee_type: ONE OF (staff, a_and_p, faculty);

  • employee_number: INTEGER;

  • employment_status: ENUMERATION OF (full_time, part_time);

  • date_hired: date;

  • pay_rate: REAL

  • pay_frequency: ONEOF (monthly-pay, biweekly_pay)

  • job_title: STRING;

  • END_ENTITY;

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EXPRESS HW Review (3)

  • ENTITY former_employee;

  • SUBTYPE OF (employee)

  • date_terminated: date;

  • status: ONEOF ENUMERATION OF (fired, left_voluntarily);

  • comments: STRING;

  • END_ENTITY;

  • ENTITY student;

  • SUBTYPE OF (person)

  • SUPERTYPE OF (applicant)

  • student_classification: ONEOF (ugrad, grad)

  • degree_sought: STRING – Could be in applicant;

  • plan_of_study: SET [0,?] OF course;

  • student_id: INTEGER;

  • END_ENTITY;

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EXPRESS HW Review (4)

  • ENTITY course;

  • prerequisites: SET [0,?] OF course;

  • cid_number: INTEGER

  • semester_offered: SET [0,?] OF (“spring”, “fall”, “summer”);

  • END_ENTITY;

  • ENTITY date;

  • year: INTEGER;

  • month: INTEGER;

  • WHERE valid_month_1: SELF <= 12;

  • WHERE valid_month_2: SELF >= 1;

  • day: INTEGER;

  • WHERE valid_day_1: SELF <= 31;

  • WHERE valid_day_2: SELF >= 1;

  • END_ENTITY;

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EXPRESS HW Review (5)

  • Other Comments

    • What is in Model?

      • Lots of ENTITIES and ATTRIBUTES possible

    • Modeling Questions (How to)

      • ENTITIES only appear once in model

      • SCHEMA only contains items of interest in domain being modeled

  • Other Questions?

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  • THE END

  • ROLL THE CREDITS 

2000 John W. Nazemetz


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