Transcript: Research Evaluation Sketch Wallet for female Easy to carry Short one—Long one Mirror Multiple cardholder specialist monitor evaluator resource investigator Reflect to the article Feedback Reference list Process Reflection shaper co-ordinator team worker team worker implementer Problem Idea generation Group member: Treyco Selina Maggie Jiacheng resource investigator - drawing and thinking on the design solution - few designs does not work - change the button into magnets - remove the handle from the previous ideas - wallet stolen problem - blue tooth signal connect to the phone Expert knowledge Sketch： - useful tool - generate ideas (design, style, function) - express imagination & creativity - record & review (design process) Language of design： -reflection in action(thinking and doing at the same time - Reflective strategy : situation of backtalk and conversation -backtalk : handle Group development Design project presentation 6 hats of thinking http://think-quick.com.au/parallel-thinking https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smoking#/media/File:Fangspipe_ubt.jpeg http://blog.get4x.com/the-history-of-the-wallet/ Selina: Treyco: Maggie: Jiacheng: Group roles - function - multipurpose - transform into different styles - avoid stolen issue Thanks for watching ! Logo
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Transcript: Preliminary design options Recommendation for Botany GTP Water stream Current plant layout Thank you for your attention The proposed installation of catalytic oxidizer and membrane bioreactor are a feasible and beneficial toward the overall performance of the plant. Improvement such as: reduce footprint lower maintenance cost process simplification Economical evaluation of MBR & CO From investigation and discussion we have determine that there are three equipment that could be replace in order to improve the overall performance of the groundwater treatment plant. The units are : Thermal oxidizer Biological Aerated Filter Granular Activated Carbon Multi-criteria analysis Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat of proposed unit Botany groundwater treatment plant The SWOT analysis was done for all the available options in order to help evaluate or assess which design is more feasible. From all the given option the Membrane bioreactor and Catalytic oxidizer was chosen base on their swot, which are given below. Botany Groundwater treatment plant Gas stream The aim of this proposal is to improve the existing ground water treatment plant by investigate: technical feasibility environmental impact economic viability Multi-criteria analysis is an evaluation base on the score by weighting different aspect of the design which are: Removal efficiency & energy consumption cost footprint time variable process complexity The analysis done for both catalytic oxidizer and membrane bioreactor is given below.
Transcript: Presented by Maia Malone and Taryn Gallagher for Twenty-first century classroom Place your logo here Designing the Classroom Seating Seating The seats that are in the classroom now aren't comfortable at all. The grey chair will be the regular chair instead of the metal chairs. The red stoll will go with the standing desks. The grey chairs and much more comfortable than metal and we think that the wheely chairs are good to have because then students can move around. The red stools aren't super comfortable, but they are better than the metal and they give a nice pop of color which is good to have in the classroom. At the group tables, we would just have the normal black wheely chairs since they are still comfortable and we aren't at the tables often. Teacher Chair Teacher Chair For the teachers furniture, we didn't want to pick for her. We asked what Mrs. Freeman wanted to have since she is the one teaching and she stays at her desk a lot of the time. Walls Walls The wall color is one of the main problems in the fusion room. The walls right now understimulate the brains of the students, according to research, the coloring in the classroom should't have too much color either because that can overstimulate brains. There has to be a balance between bland walls and colorful walls. Also, our research said that blue is a good color to have because it is soothing, relaxing, and students have a better chance to remember what they learn. That is why we chose blue to have at the front and back of the classroom and taupe on the sides. We will have plants also so we get a pop of color and plants can improve grades, behavior and everyone has better feelings. Smartboard/Storage Smartboard/Storage Instead of a whiteboard which can sometimes get messy, we think that a smartboard would be nice to have in the classroom. There are no need for markers and it is like a T-V. We would also have a small whiteboard next to it. Also, instead of having tons of cabinets, we could have one storage space that has empty spots so we put baskets in them. Tables Tables Sometimes when we are watching a video in class, people who are shorter and sit in the back can't see. The standing desks in the back row will help the people in the back see the board. The other tables will fit together to form an oval for the fronnt row of tables. Teacher Desk Teacher Desk The desk that the teachers have now don't have enough storage, that is why they need cabinets behind them. This desk has enough storage that we don't need to add in a giant storage area behind the teacher. Funding Funding We will fund our design with a bake sale or a Go Fund Me page. Prices- $2211.84 for 16 (chairs) $108.99 for 1 (teacher chair) $543.84 for 16 (standing desk stool) $272-308 for 1 (teacher desk) $6,999 for 1 (smartboard-we might just do a T-V) $3,759.20 for 16 (standing desks) $87.88 for 4 gallons (blue paint) $95.92 for 4 gallons (taupe paint) $199.99 for 1 (storage) _____________________________________________ Overall estimate: $7,279.66 (without smartboard) $14,278.66 (with smartboard) Final Design Final Design
Transcript: Group BM PPE Variable Costs Alarm and control system - Lost prevention and protection Dr. Nasir Al-Lagtah Dr. Lande Liu Dr. Arthur Garforth Dr. Colin Webb Anuoluwatomi Are Mohit Wadhwani Thikumporn Rungruang Vikar Hussain Yat Wah Tsui Kieren Smith Abdullah Maghrabi Economics -Profitability -Reliability Society -Risks and safety consideration -Public acceptability Environment -Global warming issues Acknowledgements India has a large Ethylene Glycol market India - Large sources of Ethylene Market demand will continuously rise India has very low labour cost HAZOP Costs of production Plant Layout Block Flow Diagram Process Description Plant Layout Sustainability Economic Analysis Think yellow. Choose Us Thank You For Listening 13th May 2013 Worker safety training Location Capital cost and product revenue Sensitivity Analysis Economic Analysis Cumulative Cash Flow Diagram Functional unit: Production capacity per annum Any Questions Sustainability Production of Ethylene Glycol Group BM Safety and Risk Consideration Total carbon footprint = 367,007.8 tonnes per f.u. Total carbon dioxide produced = 11,500 tonnes per year Fixed Capital Investment Capital Cost- [Total: £28.1m] Cost of utilities Product and by-product revenue Cumulative Cash Flow Diagram Raw material sensitivity analysis This project requires £29.5m from the investors HSE consideration Design Project Environment Consideration Project Investment Block Flow Diagram Process Flow Diagram Distribution of Carbon Footprint and Other Results System Boundary Emission and waste released control - Restriction of the country - People acceptability Location Justification Production rate of Ethylene Glycol is 110 Thousand tonnes per year Produce Ethylene Oxide Purchase Ethylene Produce Oxygen Design Decisions Outline of Presentation
Transcript: Proposal to Design: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/history/making_history A Roman style Chariot! Body made of metal rather than wood Kind of like this one --> Resources: Improvments from the Original: Wheel Design Body much heavier, but much stronger The chariot was the first war machine and it changed the way war was waged in its time. It first appeared in Mesopotamia and then later Asia and Egypt. When its time in war ended, they were used for races and other games. History of the Chariot: Chariot Wheels made stronger with steel Body Design
Transcript: Methodology Climate Consultant: pre-access existing climate conditions as it might affect the design. Applying recommendations from the analysis in the design phase of the project IES: North and South oriented Dance studios where analyzed simultaneously iand results compared. Play Animation... why? Design Project Presentation Thermal Comfort through passive means: Questionnaire: Design IES: Design Questionnaires: Stages Dance School 102 Ansley Road Nuneaton Case Study: Ellen Terry, Courtyard Theater, Royal Shakespeare, Stradford, Warwick Arts Center Questions? the aim is to, research and proffer solutions that are sustainable, and apply these to the design project(Dance Studio) Results and analysis Methodology... The construction industry contributes significantly to the sustainability challenges we face with our environment today. Building construction and maintenance consume tremendous resources and generates a great deal of waste. Hence the question: Can we sustain and improve life quality, reduce pollution and waste whilst radically improving the efficiency in how we use all resources? Thank You Details:
Transcript: Java Python GitHub Apache POI JGraphT Matlab Machine Learning Method of analysing data Creates analytical model building Constraints McGill Advisor Fabrice Labeau Hidden Layers Amount of hidden layers will determine the precision of the trend. Research: - Language translation - Speech to text - Pattern Recognition - Machine learning Example Translation Calculate mean squared error (MSE) using training data Derive population variance from MSE Use the population variance to determine a confidence measure Not a direct translation and languages will vary in syntax: Dialogues may be expressed differently in different languages for the same context. Silences may not be positioned in the same fashion across different languages. Sentence structures may also be drastically different in different languages. Length of sentences will thus vary and silence durations will need to be adjusted accordingly to match the pace of source dialogue. Work Plan Activation function that transform linear inputs to nonlinear outputs. Bound output to between 0 and 1 so that it can be interpreted as a probability. Make computation easier due to simple derivation. - 260520951 (ECSE 456) - 260585777 (ECSE 456) - 260585286 (ECSE 456) Algorithms Challenges Separate the data we have in 3 categories: Training (70%) Validations (15%) Testing (15%) Sigmoid Data Processing Build Dictionary from data Turn dialogue into sequential inputs Application - Neural Network : Computer system modeled on the human brain and nervous system. Description Parse the given data and build the dictionary (01/09/2016 - 30/09/2016) Implementation of the neural network (01/09/2016 - 31/10/2016) Calibrate the neural network (01/11/2016 - 30/11/2016) Design and implement the confidence Index (01/11/2016 - 30/11/2016) Shabab Ahmed Tong Yi Dylan Andrianantenaina This program may be used in preliminary silence insertions, to reduce the amount of time used on dialogue translation. Automatic identification of vocal silences in the subtitles of a localized video game Backwards Propagation Predictions may be less accurate in dialogue instances where the training program has never seen any similar cases. Since the silence insertions may not always be perfect, the program will calculate a confidence measure. (A further confidence index for every translated dialogue is planned to be implemented) New words introduced into the data needs to be updated into the dictionary. Confidence Measure Work Breakdown Input has propagated and an output has been found. The neural network will propagate the error backwards, while modifying the weight by using the error, a learning rate and the sigmoid slope. Agile Development Model Each member involved with all tasks Each member responsible for their own specific sub-tasks Pair programming for sub-tasks with higher complexity Neural Networks Company Involved: Ubisoft Supervised & Unsupervised Data Sets Tools Silence Identification in Subtitles Project Advisor Isabelle Lacasse Design Decisions Automation of insertion of silence indicators and their duration at correct positions. The goal is to take inputs, English source text with silences, and the target translated text without silences, to produce a final target text with silences. Project SIS Work Accomplished Supervised Learning - Takes sample of input with correct result - Predicts results of unknown sample
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