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On standards or conventions specific to computer science as an academic discipline, and programs that lead to a degree in this field.

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Although it depends on the university in which you study, the university at which I currently work very clearly spells out that there is a case of academic dishonesty going on here. Plagiarism is jus …
answered Dec 11 '16 by Michael Stachowsky
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Talk to your supervisor. Your supervisor accepted you, and therefore she must think that you had something to offer her research group. Don't phrase it like you did here. Instead, come to her with …
answered May 14 by Michael Stachowsky
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Contact your professor. First, stop trying to trivialize your error - it's big enough that your code won't compile, so it's a serious error and that's that. If the assignment marking requires them t …
answered May 30 by Michael Stachowsky
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It depends. Novelty simply means "something that hasn't been done before", while "contribution" specifically talks about pushing the state of the art and solving a problem that hasn't previously been …
answered Nov 9 '18 by Michael Stachowsky
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If you are publishing (like in a journal) then it is for commercial use, just not for your commercial use - the publishing company makes money off of your publication. Therefore you need to get permi …
answered May 30 '18 by Michael Stachowsky