by Mukesh Singhal and Niranjan Shivaratri Distributed Computing South Asian Edition: Principles, Algorithms, and Systems. 13 December Since we’ll be describing PRINCIPLES, most texts in distributed systems are in Operating Systems” by Mukesh Singhal and Niranjan Shivaratri (). Books. • Advanced Concepts in Operating Systems. – Mukesh Singhal and Niranjan G. Shivaratri. McGraw Hill International Edition. • Introduction to Distributed.
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CS – Class Notes (2 slides/page) & Proj. Desc.
You are encouraged to discuss the course material and concepts with other students in the class. If you are unsure of what is and is not allowed by this policy, talk to the instructor. Attendance Class attendance is officially mandatory.
Homeworks, assignments, and important dates will be posted on the class web page, but this is provided as a courtesy and is not always complete.
The bottom line is that you are expected to conduct yourself as a person of integrity – you are expected to adhere to the highest standards of academic integrity. All parties to this unacceptable collaboration will receive the same treatment. Note that this is just set of things that you should know.
CIDEC Library: Singhal, Shivaratri * Advanced Concepts in Operating Systems
However, all work that you submit must be your own. As a soon to be computing professional, I encourage you to consult the code of ethics appropriate to your discipline 2.
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Office hours are optional. You should bring a picture identification with you to all examinations and be prepared to show it upon request. This includes identically incorrect, off-the-wall, and highly unusual duplicate answers where the probability of a sheer coincidence is extremely unlikely. It is your responsibility to keep up with class materials and assignment.
Cheating copied from Ahmed Amer This really should not be an issue, but to make things sinbhal clear as possible the following is necessary. And while you may discuss the concepts used in the programming assignments, you may not discuss implementation details of the assignments themselves. Plagiarism will be assumed until disproved on work that is essentially the same as that of other students.
They are your chance to ask question and get help from the professor and the TA about the material being covered, the programming assignments, etc. If you are caught copying or otherwise turning in work that is not solely your own, you will fail the course.
This means that plagiarism 1 in any form is completely unacceptable.
Under no circumstances may you look at anyone else’s code or show anyone else your code.