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 As a student at Purdue you are subject to the Purdue University Student Code of Conduct (http://​www.purdue.edu/​ODOS/​osrr/​integrity.htm),​ which enjoins you to respect the highest standards of honesty and integrity. As a student in the Computer Sciences Department you must also read and sign the Department Academic Integrity Policy available at http://​www.cs.purdue.edu/​resources/​policies/​academic/​integrity.shtml (use your Purdue Career Account login and password to access). As a student at Purdue you are subject to the Purdue University Student Code of Conduct (http://​www.purdue.edu/​ODOS/​osrr/​integrity.htm),​ which enjoins you to respect the highest standards of honesty and integrity. As a student in the Computer Sciences Department you must also read and sign the Department Academic Integrity Policy available at http://​www.cs.purdue.edu/​resources/​policies/​academic/​integrity.shtml (use your Purdue Career Account login and password to access).
  
-All work that you submit for problem sets and individual projects in this course must be your own; unauthorized group efforts are considered academic dishonesty. ​ All students are expected to read the online brochure Academic Integrity: A Guide for Students for definitions and sanctions. Academic dishonesty is a serious offense which may result in suspension or expulsion from the University. In addition to any other action taken, such as suspension or expulsion, a grade of F will normally be recorded on the transcripts of students found responsible for acts of academic dishonesty. Students are encouraged to report academic dishonesty to me directly, or to the Office of the Dean of Students. You may discuss assignments in a general way with other students, but you may not consult any one else's written work. Among other ways to get an F, you are guilty of academic dishonesty if:+All work that you submit for problem sets and individual projects in this course must be your own; unauthorized group efforts are considered academic dishonesty. ​ All students are expected to read the online brochure Academic Integrity: ​[[ http://​www.purdue.edu/​ODOS/​osrr/​integrity.htm | A Guide for Students for definitions and sanctions]]. Academic dishonesty is a serious offense which may result in suspension or expulsion from the University. In addition to any other action taken, such as suspension or expulsion, a grade of F will normally be recorded on the transcripts of students found responsible for acts of academic dishonesty. Students are encouraged to report academic dishonesty to me directly, or to the Office of the Dean of Students. You may discuss assignments in a general way with other students, but you may not consult any one else's written work. Among other ways to get an F, you are guilty of academic dishonesty if:
     * You examine another student'​s solution to a written or programming assignment     * You examine another student'​s solution to a written or programming assignment
     * You allow another student to examine your solution to a written or programming assignment     * You allow another student to examine your solution to a written or programming assignment
 
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