P18751: Residency Rotation Scheduling

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MSD I: Readiness to move to Build & Test

Our team performed a self-critique before the end of the semester. And our largest takeaways were that we have spent a lot and done more time on theoretical work than we should have and we need to get started on actually developing software in order to start encountering problems and determine feasibility of completing the project by May 2018.

Status Review

Current state of the project

At the end of the semester, we realized we were behind on the development of the model. We had originally planned on being done or almost done with the model at this point in time but that is not the case. Our main reason for this is that we thought we should be gaining more insight to the system and how to model it rather than actually working on modeling it ourselves. We had only just started on making a simpler truck scheduling model to gain an understanding of how some of the systems interact. We are planning to actually get started with modeling the problem properly next semester.

Individual team member reflections:

Risk assessment comparison:

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Most of our issues with being able to close out our risks stem from not actually developing the model and the supporting systems since the majority of our risks are planned to be avoided or mitigated which requires observing that those risks can even occur in the system after we have developed it. As the model and the rest of the system get developed, we should be able to start closing risks.

Review MSD II schedule:




MSD II: Project close-out


Status Review

Current state of the project

Deliverables Checklist and Website Status

Lessons learned, etc.

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