CS310: Problem Solving Using Computers
Homework assignments are accepted up to 24 hours late with a 10% penalty.
An Important Note About Output
You will usually be required to turn in output (results from running your code) along with the commands or code you have written in MATLAB or Maple. Any output that you turn in must come from your code. Turning in output that was not produced by your code is academic misconduct. You should turn in the output for your code even if you know it is incorrect or produces an error message. When the homework is graded, it is the commands and results that are graded for correctness. Output that contains incorrect information or error messages help the graders understand your code so that they can assign partial credit and give you useful feedback.
Collect any printout from public printers as soon as possible and document when and where any printouts were unable to be found.
There is no collaboration allowed on homework problems!
Submitting someone else's work as your own is academic misconduct. Do your work yourself using only the code and instruction we provide. Do not search the internet or view your friends work from current or previous semesters. Submitting work that was written (in full or partially) by someone other than yourself (or us) is Academic Misconduct. Academic Misconduct includes (but is not limited to):
Do not "check" your answers with your friends or classmates before submitting your work. This is academic misconduct.
Cheating and plagiarism will result in a zero on the assignment and potentially other penalties if University Academic Misconduct rules are violated (see the Academic Misconduct Guide for Students).
Every semester there are students who have to face the consequences of violating the course policies. These consequences have included lowered scores, lowered final grades, failing grades, and letters to the Dean's Office as well as in their permanent academic files. It is your responsibility to make sure that you understand and follow the course policies for CS 310 as well as University rules regarding academic misconduct (see the Academic Misconduct Guide for Students).
If you have any questions about the course policies, please do not hesitate to contact the Course Coordinator (Beck Hasti).
Links to Homeworks
Handing in to Your Learn@UW Dropbox
For some assignments, you may be required to turn in files by uploading them to your Learn@UW Dropbox.
Dropbox handin instructions:
|Last Updated: 5/4/2013 ©2013 Beck Hasti|