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Unformatted text preview: FALL 2009: COT 5407 Intro. to Algorithms [Homework Guidelines and Collaboration Policies] (courtesy of Prof. Giri Narasimhan) General submission guidelines: Since people tend to scribble on handwritten home- work, you are required to type up your assignment and print it out. Problems are labeled as ( Exercise ), ( Regular ), or ( Extra Credit ). ( Exercise ) are to be turned in, but will not be graded. ( Regular ) problems are to be turned in and will be graded. ( Extra Credit ) problems need not be turned in. They will be graded, but credit will be given only if it is completely correct. ( Extra Credit ) scores will be used only if your grade is on the borderline between two grades. For every algorithmic question, clearly indicate its Input and its Output . Your pseu- docode must contain line numbers (like in the text) and must be properly indented. While pseudocode is generally preferred, you may write formal code using a programming language such as C++ or Java (less desirable). Variable names must be meaningful. If a section ofsuch as C++ or Java (less desirable)....
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- Fall '08
- Algorithms, Prof. Giri Narasimhan