Academic integrity Plagiarism in written assignments is: Copying anything from anybody into your work But brief quotes are OK, as long as you give credit to the author Plagiarism in programming assignments is: Copying code from other students or teams Downloading code from the web and claiming that you wrote it But the instructor may provide some code that everyone can use 02/06/20 COMP 655 1 Why its important to write your own stuff
Learning! 02/06/20 COMP 655 Looks good, less work, but no learning 2 Academic integrity - 2 Plagiarism is a problem: Several academic dishonesty charges have occurred during the past Students have been dismissed Some solutions: www.turnitin.com
Turnitin setup information (COMP 655) MOSS (Measure Of Software Similarity) Any source files on einstein must be readable only by you 02/06/20 COMP 655 3 How turnitin.com works 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
I create a class and assignments I provide signup information You create an account (if necessary) You join the class You submit a written assignment Turnitin creates an originality report (if necessary) you revise your assignment and re-submit it to the revision assignment; turnitin creates an originality report for the revision I review your originality report and decide if the matching in it is OK I download your assignment from turnitin and grade it 02/06/20 COMP 655 4 Examples: plagiarism and quoting
02/06/20 COMP 655 5 This is OK BOINC is optimized for academic projects that need a lot of computing power but dont have a lot of money. According to the web site, BOINCs text Scientists with computationallyintensive tasks may be able to use BOINC. A BOINC project requires just a single Linux server, and can provide Reference computing power equivalent to a Quotescluster with tens of thousands of CPUs. 
Some of the projects that have used 02/06/20 COMP 655 BOINC 6 This is also OK BOINC is optimized for academic projects that need a lot of computing power but dont have a lot of money. Scientific projects are often in this category. To use BOINC, a project only has to buy one Linux server, which can coordinate tens of thousands of volunteer computers.  Some of the projects that have used BOINC BOINCs idea,
Reference expressed in your own words 02/06/20 COMP 655 7 This is PLAGIARISM BOINC is optimized for academic projects that need a lot of computing power but dont have a lot of money. Scientists with computationally-intensive tasks may be able to use BOINC. A BOINC project requires just a single Linux server, and can provide computing power equivalent to a cluster with tens of thousands of CPUs. Some of the projects that have used BOINC
BOINCs 02/06/20 text, looking like you wrote it COMP 655 8 This is PLAGIARISM also BOINC is optimized for academic projects that need a lot of computing power but dont have a lot of money. Scientists with computationally-intensive tasks may be able to use BOINC. A BOINC project requires just a single Linux server, and can provide computing power equivalent to a cluster with tens of thousands of CPUs. 
Some of the projects that have used BOINC Reference, but nothing that shows its a quote 02/06/20 COMP 655 9 Yet more PLAGIARISM BOINC is optimized for academic projects that need a lot of computing power but dont have a lot of money. Scientists with computationally-intensive tasks can use BOINC. A BOINC project requires only a single Linux server. The basic principle is that many hands make light work and at lower cost. BOINCs text with Some of the projects that have used
a couple BOINC Copied from a of words different web changed site 02/06/20 COMP 655 10 Some rules You can quote, but the quotes MUST BE
Introduced as quotes Set off with quotation marks Referenced Brief Reference text will often match other documents Rubric text will often match other papers Scattered, isolated accidental matches may occur ANY OTHER COPYING IS FORBIDDEN 02/06/20 COMP 655 11 More rules You should supply references if you Borrowed an idea and expressed it in your own words Want to use the reference to support your point
Bottom line guideline: if your paper has more than 25% matching, theres a good chance that I will ask you to revise it. Common revisions: Remove excess quotes Shorten quotes Remove rubric text Re-write sections with high matching 02/06/20 COMP 655 12 More info
Franklin University Bulletin CS Honor code http://cs.franklin.edu/students/ honorcode.php 02/06/20 COMP 655 13
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