Laboration rules for undergraduate courses

The labs are to be done in groups of a maximum number of students indicated in the course information. You must adhere to all of the following rules:
  • The lab assignments must be solved independently by each group.
  • You are not allowed to give your lab results or lab reports to another group.
  • You are not allowed to take, copy, or in any other way mimic other groups' lab results and lab reports.
  • All group members must be active in all parts of the labs, including writing source code, testing, conducting experiments, writing lab reports, and during the examination. The examination is always based on individual performance.
If you fail to follow at least one of the rules, you may be reported to the disciplinary committee at Linköping University. The University Disciplinary Board consists of a group of people, including the University Rector, that evaluate various cases of cheating and decide on possible consequences.

A lab report must be handed in enclosed in a lab cover, which can be found in the printing rooms at IDA. All group members must sign the lab cover; otherwise, we will not read the reports. By signing the lab cover, you confirm that your report is a result of your own work and that you have followed the rules outlined on this page.