CSE 202: Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Professor: Ramamohan Paturi
Room: CSE 4246
Each student is expected to work by herself/himself to complete homework, tests, and projects. However, in the case of homework, students are encouraged to discuss high-level ideas and strategies among themselves in small groups. This in no way relieves the responsibility on the part of each student to work out all the details and write the solutions by herself/himself. To ensure individual responsibility, students are not allowed to take notes during these discussions.
The authorized materials for this course include the course text book (as well as textbooks or lecture notes of prerequisite courses as listed in the resources section), supplementary reading, and materials posted on this website for the current quarter. Use of any other materials or aids to complete a homework, test or project requires an explicit approval from the instructor. Here is the UCSD Policy on Integrity of Scholarship, which you are expected to adhere in letter and spirit. You may also find my colleague Scott Baden's write-up on Integrity of Scholarship Agreement useful.
Violation of the academic honesty policies will result in several punishment as determined by the university including an F grade in the course. Students should check with the instructor if they have any question regarding the academic honesty policies.
Accessibility and Inclusion
Any student with a disability is welcome to contact us early in the quarter to work out reasonable accommodations to support their success in this course. Students requesting accommodations for this course due to a disability must provide a current Authorization for Accommodation (AFA) letter issued by the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD). Students are required to present their AFA letters to faculty and to the OSD Liaison (Ana Lopez, Student Services Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org) in the CSE Department in advance so that accommodations may be arranged.