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IT206: Design and Analysis of Algorithms

Open Posted By: surajrudrajnv33 Date: 17/02/2021 High School Essay Writing

Do an algorithm.
After you review Chapter 1 in your textbook and review all course materials attached below please answer the following question.

Assignment Question :   Design and write an algorithm to find all the common elements in two sorted lists of numbers. For example, for the lists 2, 5, 5, 5 and 2, 2, 3, 5, 5, 7, the output should be 2, 5, 5. What is the maximum number of comparisons your algorithm makes if the lengths of the two given lists are m and n, respectively?

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You are required to respond to the assignment question posted above. Copying responses from another student or from the Internet is considered plagiarism even when changing a few words. When supporting your response you are required to provide at least one supporting reference with proper citation. Your response will be reviewed by Unicheck, the plagiarism tool synced to Canvas. Unicheck will submit a similarity report a few minutes after you post your assignment. If similarity index is above 30%, please revise and resubmit your assignment after you cite the sources properly to avoid plagiarism.  Please review the PowerPoint slides explaining how to avoid plagiarism and post your assignment accordingly. Even a single plagiarized statement will not be tolerated. You must cite your sources properly by using APA writing format. 
You are required to make at least two comments on the responses posted by you classmates with a minimum of 50 words. Make sure you design your response with your own words. Your responses to your classmates must be of substance; not just “I agree” or “Good Post.” The purpose of the responses is to convert the discussion forum into a quality academic environment through which you improve your knowledge and understanding. Read and review all assigned course materials and chapters before you start working on your assignments.
 

Category: Business & Management Subjects: Business Law Deadline: 24 Hours Budget: $80 - $120 Pages: 2-3 Pages (Short Assignment)

Attachment 1

Avoiding Plagiarism Dr. Almala and Dr. Pirim

IGlobal Policy Re: Plagiarism

“Upholding academic honesty is primarily the responsibility of each learner and IGU views any violation of academic probity (cheating, plagiarism, falsification, etc.) as a voluntary act for which there is no acceptable excuse.”

IGlobal Policy Re: Plagiarism--Continued

Academic Misconduct

Violations to the Code of Conduct can ultimately lead to the improper evaluation of assessment tasks leading to unjust attribution of grades or course status. Therefore, it is integral to monitor and evaluate any allegation of academic misconduct. Forms of violation can include, but are not limited to the following:

– Unauthorized use of material or improper collaboration – Intended or unintended plagiarism – Submissions of the same work for multiple courses

– Falsifying, purchasing or altering the work of others or representing others’ materials as one’s own work

– Unauthorized access to or the theft of the work of others

Paraphrasing

Expressing, restating or summarizing another author’s thoughts and ideas in your own words

A restatement of a text or passage giving the meaning in another form, as for clearness ~ dictionary.com

or to paraphrase Dictionary.com:

How to Paraphrase

• Identify the thought or idea within the author’s text that you wish to emphasize

• Use your own words to express that thought or idea

• Cite the author, regardless if it is quoted or not

Referencing • Reference the author and work whenever you

paraphrase or quote

• In-text citation – Author and year eg,. . . (Smith, 2007)

• Full reference in List of References

• Forms of referencing

– Chicago – APA – MLA

Plagiarism

The willful use of another person’s words as your own.

The unauthorized use or close imitation of the language and thoughts of another author and the representation of them as one's own original work ~ dictionary.com

or, to paraphrase,

Plagiarism

Is the author really attempting to avoid doing original research (i.e. cheating), or

is he/she just not skilled in English?

Be careful!

Plagiarism

According to George Ross (University of Leeds,2003), the operative word is

Intent!

Crime vs Bad Practice1 from Ross, G.M. (2003), Plagiarism in philosophy: prevention better than cure, (publication

unknown)

• Failure to make rules clear • Over-assessment

• Bunching assignments

• Setting impossible tasks

• Antagonistic course culture

• Making cheating easy

Ross: Preventing Plagiarism

George MacDonald Ross

www.philosophy.leeds.ac.uk/GMR/homepage/gmr.html

Ross Presentation at Plagiarism Conference

http://www.plagiarismconference.com/images/conferenceimages/029_P16 MacDonald Ross.pps

Plagiarism Detection Software Review

Conclusions

• The survey identified the main sources of plagiarized material encountered by academics as coming from textbooks and theses. Work cut and pasted from the Internet was ranked second as a source.

• The most common trigger that arouses academics' suspicions of plagiarism in assignments is a change of writing style within text and differences in syntactic structure and in the use of terminology.

• Most academics do not use any dedicated electronic detection software or services, although most responded that they are aware of electronic detection software/services.

• It was noted that there is not a single service or software tool that will detect all sources of plagiarized material encountered by academics. These comprise works derived from electronic discussion boards and those taken from conventional paper based books and theses.

Bull, J., Collilns, C., Sharp, D., (2006), Technical Review of Plagiarism: Detection Software Report, Computer Assisted Assessment Centre Teaching and Learning Directorate, University of Luton, Park Square, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3JU.

  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • IGlobal Policy Re: Plagiarism
  • IGlobal Policy Re: Plagiarism--Continued
  • Paraphrasing
  • How to Paraphrase
  • Referencing
  • Plagiarism
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • Crime vs Bad Practice1 from Ross, G.M. (2003), Plagiarism in philosophy: prevention better than cure, (publication unknown)
  • Ross: Preventing Plagiarism
  • Plagiarism Detection Software Review