Physics 210: Intro Computational Physics: Homework Assignments
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/ Linux, Web page authoring (HTML) & shell scripts
Topics for Prob. 2
Worksheets, programming & interfacing with bash
programming (numerical analysis, dynamics)
programming (the wave equation)
& TERM PAPER POLICY / ACADEMIC
First, please refer to the section of the UBC Calendar on Policies and Regulations, especially the sections:
In addition, in the context of this specific course, all students must understand and abide by the following policies:
Consultation and discussion with classmates is permitted, and in fact encouraged.
HOWEVER, ALL HOMEWORK & TERM PROJECTS SUBMITTED MUST BE YOUR OWN WORK.
To be more specific, the following occurrences (not an exhaustive list) WILL be treated as possible cases of academic misconduct. (I assume in the following that cheating is fundamentally a two-person interaction; let X and Y be two students)
Again, although you are free to consult and discuss with your classmates (and others) concerning your term projects, the work that you do for your project, as well as writeup and presentation must be your own work. Additionally, you must NOT use materials, particularly source code, that you locate on the Web or elsewhere in your term project: all programming and analysis that you do for your project must be original to you, although the ideas and/or algorithms underlying your programming need not be, as long as they are properly cited. Bear in mind that if you copy something from the Web, it is now quite easy for an instructor to find the same location that you did!
The University takes all forms of academic misconduct very seriously, and so do I.
All strong evidence of cheating
will therefore be reported to,
dealt with through, the Head of the Department.of Physics &
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