Any student caught plagiarizing will be dealt with according to policies outlined in the GT Academic Honor Code. As noted in the Honor Code website (http://www.honor.gatech.edu), plagiarizing is defined by Webster's as, ``to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one's own : use (another's production) without crediting the source.'' For this class, you may not use anyone else's words or work as if they were your own. You may not copy any part of any assignment from other students, previous students, or any other sources. You are encouraged to show all of your work on assignments, as failure to do so may raise suspicions that you have copied the work of others without understanding it. You may discuss homeworks/problem sets with other students, but you must write up the solutions on your own without consulting written solutions from any source. This policy is for your own protection; in the past, students who relied on others for problem set solutions were not prepared to pass the tests.