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Plagiarism is the practice of taking credit for someone else’s work.

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While in the above description we have specified a local algorithm as a function that maps local neighbourhoods to local outputs, we could equally well […] You can quote like this: author et al. [ci …
answered Mar 15 '16 by Patric Hartmann
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The simplest answer I can give you: Talk about it to your supervisor. Beyond that I can mention two examples from my own experience: In my master's thesis there's an acknowledgment to a colleague of …
answered Apr 18 '15 by Patric Hartmann
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tl;dr The majority of students simply will not understand the academic view of plagiarism. There is only so much you can do to help them. At some point you simply cannot help them any further …
answered Aug 1 '18 by Patric Hartmann
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My institution has a commitee in charge of this, does yours not have anything similar? There you can report such findings (even anonymously since the evidence is not depending on the person providing …
answered Dec 8 '14 by Patric Hartmann