Please read, sign, and return this document to a TA either after class or during TA hours. You will not receive credit for assignments until you return this document.
This policy covers all course material and assignments unless otherwise stated. Course material and Turtlebot/ROS information and documentation may be discussed with anyone. Course material does not include assignment handouts. Assignments may be discussed with the other cs148 students outside of your project group. Discussions may make use of a whiteboard or paper. Discussions outside of your group cannot include writing or debugging code on a computer. You may take notes away from these discussions, provided these notes do not include any source code.
The code for your implementation may not be shown to anyone outside of your group. You do not need to hide the screen from anyone, but you should not attempt to show anyone your code. When you are done using a Turtlebot device such that another group may use it, you must remove all code you have put onto the device. You may not share your code with others outside of your group. At any time, you may show others the implemented program running on a device or simulator, but you may not discuss specific debugging details about your code while doing so.
Should you fail to abide by this policy, you will receive no credit for this course. Brown also reserves the right to pursue any means necessary to ensure compliance. This includes, but is not limited to prosecution through Brown University’s Student Conduct Procedures, which can result in your suspension or expulsion from the University