CS99: Academic Integrity
The rules contained herein represent our adaptation of the
Department of Computer Science Code
and Cornell University Code, by which you must also abide.
You may discuss work with other students. Generally, discussing an algorithm, approach, or general form of code is acceptable.
However, cooperation should never involve other students possessing a copy of all, or a portion of, your work, regardless of format.
- Unless otherwise posted, you must work by yourself for each homework assignment.
- For lab exercises, you may work with as many people as you wish during the lab.
- All work that you submit must generate the entire output you submit in your assignments.
- Your name should not appear on more than one submission.
- You may not alter your work before submitting it for a regrade.
What are the penalties?
- We assign penalties on a case-by-case basis.
- We hold you responsible in case of a violation.
- We may lower your grade, assign a failing grade, request Cornell University disciplinary action,
and/or apply a permanent mark on your transcript.
Who should you contact?
- Contact a member of the course staff immediately if you suspect a violation of the Code of Academic Integrity.