CS482 Academic Integrity
- The word you in the following statements refers to the
phrase, you and your partner(s), if an assignment allows you to work with more
than person and you have chosen to do so.
- The rules below are an adaptation of the
Department of Computer
Science Code and Cornell University Code,
to which you must also adhere.
- You may discuss work with other students. Generally,
discussing an algorithm or approach is acceptable.
However, cooperation should never involve other students possessing a copy of
all, or a portion of, your work, regardless of format. As a rule of thumb, try not to write anything down.
- You may not remove your partner's name from an assignment
unless you do not use each other's work.
- Please list the names of who you discussed your assignment with somewhere
on your assignment.
- You may not alter your homework before submitting it for a
What are the penalties?
- All exams are closed book, unless noted otherwise.
- You may not assist or receive help from any other student
during an exam.
- You may not alter your exam before submitting it for a
Who should you contact?
- We assign penalties on a case-by-case basis.
- We hold you responsible in case of a violation.
- We may lower your grade, fail you in CS482, request Cornell
University disciplinary action, and/or apply a permanent mark on your
- Contact a member of the course staff immediately if you
suspect a violation of the Code of Academic Integrity.