CS-EE-ME 75 Fall 2015 Homework 1
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|R. Murray||Issued: 30 Sep 2015, 12 pm|
|CS/EE/ME 75, Fall 2015||Due: 5 Oct 2015, 6 pm|
- [20 points] Using the login and password information sent to your Caltech e-mail account, log in to the team wiki and perform the following actions:
- Create a profile in Confluence that has a (current!) picture, short biography and a link to the team page for the team you are a part of. Look at Santiago's profile for an example.
- Update your team page so that your name is listed, with a link back to your profile page.
- Update the Team Contacts page to include an entry for yourself.
- [25 points] Choose one of the subsystems that your team is responsible for and that you are interested in working on. Create a section on your profile page titled "Homework 1, Problem 2" and perform the following actions, with your answers given as a bulleted list:
- List the name of the subsystem, with links to any pages that describe previous work on your subsystem
- Read the SAE Formula Electric rules and list the competitions to which the subsystem contributes, plus the number of points the competition is worth and a one sentence summary of the role that the subsystem plays in getting maximum points
- Spend 15 minutes trying to find the baseline design for the subsystem. If you find the baseline design, give a short summary of the design. Include links to any pages on the wiki where the specifications of your subsystem are discussed (if there are more than 5 such pages, list the 5 most relevant ones). If you can't find the baseline design, send e-mail to your TA and ask for a hint. If there is no baseline design for the system you chose, enter "No baseline design"
- List the people who have worked on the subsystem in the past, with links to their user pages if they have one
Notes on this problem:
- The subsystem you choose is not necessarily the subsystem that you will work on for the term. Those assignments will be determined by the team, working with the TA.
- Don't spend more than about 30 minutes on this problem, but do get help from your TA if you get stuck.
- [5 points] If you haven't already, respond to the Doodle poll that your TA sent out regarding a time for the division meeting. If you didn't get an e-mail message asking you to fill out the poll, send e-mail to your TA and cc Richard Murray (so that we can figure out why you aren't getting team mailings).