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Unformatted text preview: EEL 6562 – Lab Report Honor Statement
Assignment: The following are speciﬁcally allowed:
• Verbal discussion of the assignment of a very general nature; examples of
– Discussion of the relative merits of competing algorithms.
– Discussion of programming or algorithmic pitfalls to avoid.
– Discussion of top level approach to the assignment or overall strategy
for successfully completing the assignment.
• Help with aspects of the assignment not directly related to the course
content; examples of this include:
– Help with compiler or operating system problems.
– Help with programming syntax and technique.
– Help with printing and word processing.
– Help with grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
– General proof reading.
• Any help supplied by the professor or T/A.
The following are absolutely forbidden:
• Transfer of a complete lab report in any form to or from another student.
• Any electronic transfer of code or text suitable for inclusion in a lab report.
• Transfer of complete answers to any of the questions asked in the assignment.
• Transfer of a section of program code more than 10 lines in length.
• Transfer of text suitable for inclusion in a lab report more than 3 sentences
On my honor, I have abided by the guidelines above, this report is substantially
my own work, and I have not copied any signiﬁcant part of this report from any
outside source without proper attribution. Signature
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course EEL 6935 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.
- Fall '08