Difference between revisions of "The Line of Least Resistance"

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* Devon Essick
 
* Devon Essick
 
* Andrew Sweren
 
* Andrew Sweren
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== Objectives ==
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== Challenges ==
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== Budget ==
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* 3 trips to the Arch for observation - [http://www.gatewayarch.com/pricing-grid.aspx $78]
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* Demo items (TBD)
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Total: $78
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== Gantt Chart ==
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== Design and Solutions ==
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== Results ==
  
 
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Revision as of 12:46, 15 September 2016

Project Overview

On a warm Saturday afternoon, Andrew found himself still waiting 30 minutes after his scheduled trip up the iconic St. Louis arch. Reflecting on the experience weeks later with fellow Systems Science and Engineering student Devon, they hypothesized there had to be a more efficient way to run the system by fixing how they manage the masses with their queues.

We aim to analyze the system and devise a method to decrease the waiting time for visitors by observing the current system and simulating both the current system and potential new ones, while keeping in mind restrictions such as cost, limited space in the capsules, and limited space at viewing area at the top. We hope to find a successful method for the Arch and to apply it to other tourist attractions or systems that also include queueing.

Team Members

  • Devon Essick
  • Andrew Sweren

Objectives

Challenges

Budget

  • 3 trips to the Arch for observation - $78
  • Demo items (TBD)

Total: $78

Gantt Chart

Design and Solutions

Results