OENG1206 Digital Fundamentals
The second major assessment task for the semester is the group project; this is worth 30% of the total assessment for this course.
This task will consist of the incremental development of a traffic light controller in Simulink and is broken into two main components:
One milestone (due week 11 and worth 10%): The purpose of this milestone is to receive formative feedback on your progress towards the final product you’re developing (traffic light controller). This milestone will consist of your Simulink model and a very short progress report outlining the behaviour of your model thus far and how this is progressing towards the final system.
One final submission (due week 13 and worth 20%): This submission will also consist of your Simulink model and a more detailed report on the design process and testing of your system.
Below are the guidelines for what to submit for these assessment components:
All written documentation for this project must be submitted in softcopy to Canvas and is due on the Fridays of the weeks outlined above (before 11:59 pm) the penalty otherwise will be 10 marks deducted per day late (inclusive of weekends and public holidays).
Project reports MUST be submitted in either Word format (.doc or .docx) or portable document format (.pdf). Due to compatibility issues reports in all other formats, including but not limited to, Open Office format (.odt) and Mac OS format (.pages)
Simulink .slx files must be included in all submissions. Simulink models/MATLAB code that have been screen captured will not be accepted.
This task is a group activity. Groups should consist of a maximum of three (3) students per group.
Only one report is required per group.
Copying the work of other groups and/or other sources without referencing is called plagiarism and will result in a zero mark for all students in the group.
Details on where you should be as far as progress goes will be outlined in the project requirement sheets, but in general your milestone submission should consist of the following files:
Your Simulink model file in .slx format showing the required progress. This includes your main model and any other functions you may have created to perform the task.
A very short progress report outlining the following:
1. Abstract (50 marks) should be around half a page in length:
a. Concisely summarise the requirements for this part of the project (see milestone requirement sheets for details on this).
b. Describe the Simulink blocks you’ve included at this point in the project (e.g. For this part of the project we’ve included three logical operator blocks configured to detect the state of the system and….).
c. Summarise the results you’ve obtained from your program thus far. What functions can your project perform now and how well? What can be improved in future versions?
2. Software solution and testing (50 marks)
a. Screenshots of your Simulink model demonstrating its behaviour is consistent with the required functionality of the system.
b. Discussion on the behaviour of your model to show it performs as expected.
c. Ensure you submit your .slx file to Canvas with your report.
Your submission must contain the .slx file with your Simulink model showing the progress you’ve made on the project.
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