You must do your own work in this class. You and
your programming partner cannot use programs from previous years, nor can
you use copies of other peoples' programs from this year to help you
solve the programming assignments. As you develop a solution to any of
the programming projects you must keep copies of your intermediate
efforts (paper copies are OK) since you will be asked to produce these if
there is any dispute over who wrote a program. Keeping these
intermediate copies is a required part of each project. We may
ask to see these intermediate copies for any of the programming projects.
If you don't have them you will get a zero for the project grade. If you
are caught cheating you will be given a zero grade on the work and be
prosecuted under the Academic Dishonesty Code.
Your computer account for this class should only be
used to do course work. In particular, under no circumstances may
you use your account to sabotage the work of other students either by
tampering with others' files or by manipulating the Unix system so that
its performance for others will be impaired. If you abuse your account
in such way you will receive a grade of 0 for the next project due, and
you will be prosecuted under the Academic Dishonesty Code.
Read the complete academic integrity statement for
details on what constitutes cheating. Please ask us if you have any
questions. A copy of this statement must be read, signed, and returned
to the professor before any work is completed for the course.