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Entry  Mon Apr 8 17:44:20 2013, Evan, Notes, PMC, About PMCs 
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             Reply  Wed May 1 11:57:02 2013, Zach, Notes, PMC, Debra matrix for PMC design 
                Reply  Wed May 1 15:28:06 2013, not Zach, Notes, PMC, Debra matrix for PMC design 
Message ID: 1167     Entry time: Wed May 1 15:28:06 2013     In reply to: 1166
Author: not Zach 
Type: Notes 
Category: PMC 
Subject: Debra matrix for PMC design 

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I can't take it anymore: what the $#@& is a Debra matrix??

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Considerations for PMC design is corrected and updated

 

 This is what I understand from Eric's explanation. It is just a table, on the first column of each row, you put in various designs. On the first row of each column you put in design consideration. Each matrix mij element tells you if the design i satisfies issue j or not. The best design satisfy most requirements, and it will be easy to see.

For PMC design, I put the value from each design in each matrix element. I'll change font color to blue to show if the number in the matrix element satisfy our condition.

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