Student responsibilities in the course will include reading and
writing summaries/critiques of academic papers, presenting topics,
conducting a research project, and completing regular homework
assignments and exams.
There is no official textbook for this course, as we will be studying
academic papers in the field of vehicular networks.
The grading scale is as follows (+ and - modifiers will be
applied as appropriate):
By attending Old Dominion University you have accepted the
responsibility to abide by the honor code. If you are uncertain about
how the honor code applies to any course activity, you should request
clarification from the instructor. The honor code is as follows:
"I pledge to support the honor system of Old Dominion University. I
will refrain from any form of academic dishonesty or deception, such
as cheating or plagiarism. I am aware that as a member if the academic
community, it is my responsibility to turn in all suspected violators
of the honor system. I will report to Honor Council hearings if
In particular, submitting anything that is not your own work without
proper attribution (giving credit to the original author) is
plagiarism and is considered to be an honor code violation. It is not
acceptable to copy source code or written work from any other source
(including other students), unless explicitly allowed in the
assignment statement. In cases where using resources such as the
Internet is allowed, proper attribution must be given.
Five percent (5%) of the assignment's total value will be deducted for
each day an assignment is late. Assignments will not be accepted
after they are more than 3 days late.
The best way to get help is to come to office hours. If you cannot make office
hours, please send an email to setup an appointment.
I am available via email, but do not expect or rely on an immediate