Georgia Tech Spring 2005 ISYE4009 Statement on Student Notice of Collaboration sign now

We, the undersigned, wish to affirm that, contrary to the Students Bill of Rights, neither the Syllabus, nor the assignment descriptions clearly defined Academic Misconduct for the Spring offering of ISYE4009. We also affirm that, under the teaching assistants' supervision, students examined each others code while working together to understand and complete the assignments.

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