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+ WELCOME! TISP: Uruguay 10 May 2009

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+ Results from Day 1: Sort it Out Ship the Chip TISP: Uruguay 10 May 2009

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+ Sort it Out 3

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+ Sort it Out: General Statistics 43 designs were tested 31 Parallel 7 Serial 5 Unknown (type not recorded) 16 designs had a perfect score 13 parallel designs (42%) 2 serial designs (28%) 4 It appears that serial designs were more difficult to create than parallel designs

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+ Distribution of error measure 2 [ Number of correctly sorted coins]/16 Lowest: 0 Highest:0.5 (half the coins) 5 Number of designs Performance index

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+ Distribution of error measure 1 Lowest: 0; Highest: 5.1 6 Number of designs Performance index There were several instances where Design A was better than Design B in one PI but Design A was worse than design B in the other PI

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+ Ship The Chip 90 packages were submitted for testing 7

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+ In case you have been wondering what the TISP team did all night They put all the chip packages in a box… 8

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+ In case you have been wondering what the TISP team did all night 9 Here is the box

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+ In case you have been wondering what the TISP team did all night 10 Here is the box

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+ In case you have been wondering what the TISP team did all night 11 Here is the box

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+ In case you have been wondering what the TISP team did all night 12 Here is the box

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+ (Normalized) Results… Maximum: 25; Minimum: 0.25 18 groups had the best score (25) 11 groups had the next best (16.67) 11 groups had 12.5 10 groups had 10 23 groups had more than 5 but less than 10 17 groups had a score of less than 5 13

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+ Histogram: “ship the chip” score distribution 14 Score Number of Groups Best:18 Groups

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+ Questions or Comments ? 15

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