COMP 312: Parallel and Sequential Algorithms

Academic Integrity

All students are expected to be familiar with, and to comply with, the Honor Code. Unless otherwise stipulated, any work submitted as a homework assignment or examination must be entirely your own and may not be derived from the work of others, whether a published or unpublished source, the worldwide web, another student, other textbooks, materials from another course, from prior semesters of this course, or any other person or program. You may not copy, examine, or alter anyone else's homework assignment or computer program, or use a computer program to transcribe or otherwise modify or copy anyone else's files.

Collaboration policies for specific assignments:

Late Policy

No late homeworks will be accepted, except by special permission from the instructor.


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