Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence - CS161 Fall 2009
You are encouraged to work on your own in this class. If you get stuck,
you may discuss the problem with other students,
PROVIDED THAT YOU SUBMIT THEIR NAMES ALONG WITH YOUR ASSIGNMENT. ALL
CODE MUST BE WRITTEN UP INDEPENDENTLY, HOWEVER.
You may always discuss any problem with myself or the TA, without
attribution. You are expected to subscribe to the highest standards of
academic honesty. This means that every idea that is not your own must
be explicitly credited to its author. Failure to do this constitutes
plagiarism. Plagiarism includes using ideas or code from any other
students or individuals, or any sources other than the required text,
without crediting these sources by name. YOU MAY NOT USE OLD
SOLUTION SETS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. Plagiarism will not be
tolerated in this class. Any student suspected of plagiarism will be
reported to the dean of students for disciplinary action, which may
result in suspension or dismissal from the University. In order to have
any work graded in this class, you must sign and return this form.
I have read, understood, and agree to abide by the above policy.
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