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Danila Fedorin 2 years ago
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</tr>
<tr class="nested-row">
<td>Responsibility for Alloted Work</td>
<td>Ryan always completed the work assigned to him,
despite a busy schedule. His full schedule
meant that some work was done pretty late,
but this has not been a problem for the
group.</td>
</tr>
<tr class="nested-row">
<td>Timely Communication of Incomplete Work</td>
<td>Ryan has not missed any assignments or projects.
Therefore, there has been no need to communicate
incomplete work.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Work Quality</td>
<td>Ryan's work was always of good quality, and was
frequently directly added to the final
project without needed revisions.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Meeting Attendence</td>
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<tr class="nested-row">
<td>Presence in Meetings</td>
<td>Ryan was unable to attend one of the meetings,
but otherwise was active and present. He spoke
a lot of the time in TA meetings.</td>
</tr>
<tr class="nested-row">
<td>Timely Notice of Absence</td>
<td>Ryan notified us of the absence earlier in the
day, which was satisfactory for the low-stakes
TA meeting.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Meeting Preparation</td>
<td>Ryan was active during all the meetings
with the TA and the client. He demonstrated
a consistent knowledge of the project,
and was alays able to answer questions.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Conflict Management (Civil Behavior)</td>
<td>Ryan handled conflicts in a completely
approriatematter.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Other</td>
<td>Work was distributed in a somewhat uneven fashion,
but this has been addressed in a discussion.</td>
</tr>
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</tr>
<tr class="nested-row">
<td>Responsibility for Alloted Work</td>
<td>Matt completed all the work that he was
assigned. Since he is one of the few
people in the group who understand hardware,
his continued contributions were very valuable.</td>
</tr>
<tr class="nested-row">
<td>Timely Communication of Incomplete Work</td>
<td>Matt did not miss any assignments or work,
and therefore did not need to communicate
about such things to us.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Work Quality</td>
<td>Matt's quality of work was satisfactory,
though he particularly shone in researching
the hardware for the project, which was
done thoroughly and critically.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Meeting Attendence</td>
</tr>
<tr class="nested-row">
<td>Presence in Meetings</td>
<td>Matt accidentally missed one meeting in the beginning
of the term, having accidentally double-booked
it with another commitment. This was not
a significant problem for us, and did
not repeat.</td>
</tr>
<tr class="nested-row">
<td>Timely Notice of Absence</td>
<td>Matt's only missed meeting was unintented, and
thus, he was unable to notify us
of the absence. Since he missed no further work,
he did not need to further notify us of absence.
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Meeting Preparation</td>
<td>Matt was exceptionally well-prepared for meetings,
being the only hardware-oriented person in the
group. He was able to easily answer the client's
and TA's questions, and had a clear understanding
of the design of the project as a whole.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Conflict Management (Civil Behavior)</td>
<td>In the only "conflict" that occured in the
group, he communicated in a civil manner
and worked with other group members
to resolve the situation.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Other</td>
<td>Work was distributed in a somewhat uneven fashion,
but this has been addressed in a discussion.</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>

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\documentclass{article}
\title{Team Review}
\author{Danila Fedorin}
\begin{document}
\maketitle
The Fenceless Grazing Collar project aims to reduce the manual labor required from farmers to maintain large herds of livestock. It does
so by providing a GPS-enabled collar, which, when placed onto livestock, enables farmers to monitor their location
and enforce grazing boundaries through the use of auditory and electric stimuli. Additionally, the Fenceless Grazing Collar
project aims to collect livestock grazing information, for use in visualization tools and data analysis. In addition
to the collar, the project includes an API server and an Android application to manage the collars remotely.
The feedback from other group members regarding my performance is not surprising; it appears as though my team members
have given an accurate assessment of my contribution to the project. It was true that I did a significant amount of work, and,
because I wanted to get an A in the class, my work was of the highest level of quality I could maintain. It's clear
from the feedback I received that there are no negative feelings from any group members towards myself or other group members (otherwise, there
would likely be a lot more effort put into trying to lower everyone else's grades). This is not surprising.
Our team had, and continues to have, good communication, so it's pretty clear how each group member feels about the others.
I think that I contributed a significant amount. I drafted the majority of the design document, since I was the only one to have properly
read the entire IEEE specification. My requirements document was used for the group submission, and I made significant contributions
to other group assignments in the class. I think my group members feel the same way, since one of them gave me a "gold medal emoji" on
the evaluations, and the other spoke very well of my work and presence. Thus, I think the evaluations reflect
the reality of my contribution pretty well, and neither "more" nor "less".
Although I felt like a good team member last term, I also put in more work than I would have liked into the class. The Capstone
is not my only commitment, and thus, I have a variety of other areas where my time can be spent. That isn't to say that
I would like to cease contributing to the project whatsoever - I simply would like to reduce my portion of work to more
closely match the 33\% ideal that our group has set.
\end{document}
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