Fall 2008 Results

The Fall 2008 University of Michigan-Dearborn Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery Programming Contest

Final Report

December 3, 2008

The University of Michigan-Dearborn Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery Programming Contest was held on Wednesday, December 3, 2008. We had 14 students participate. The contest was held in the CIS Building on the University of Michigan-Dearborn campus from 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

1. Version 8.7 of the PC^2 Contest Control System was used to run the contest. There were no technical problems and the actual contest went very smooth. The problems discovered during the practice competition were fixed before the start of the actual contest.

2. The contest started at 18:07:21 and ended at 21:07:22 for a duration of 3 hours.

3. The contest consisted of 5 problems with 9 students solving at least one problem.

4. The maximum number of problems solved was 4 problems.

Final Standings

RankNameABCDESolvedPenalty
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1David L.1/1332/291/391/922/–4313
2Dmitriy A.1/241/411/1633228
3Jason E.1/712/1291/1013321
4Cale C.2/1912/1664/1263611
5Randy F.1/332/–133
6Jeremy W.1/373/–137
7Jon S.4/727/–1132
8Chaz T.1/–2/1342/–1154
9Gierad L.2/1681/–4/–1188
10Anthony W.00
10Brian M.3/–00
10John P.5/–00
10Tom K.2/–00
10Tony T.1/–00

Number of correct and incorrect solutions by problem

ProblemTotalCorrectIncorrect% Correct
A. Short on Cheese32166.66%
B. Pass or Feil2291340.90%
C. Stuck In Traffic3342912.12%
D. Wordy Calculator93633.33%
E. Think Inside The Box6060.00%
TOTALS73185524.65%

Problem Sets and Judges’ Solutions

Actual problem set (pdf)

ProblemActual InputExpected OutputJudges’ Solution
AA.in.txtA.out.txtC++ Another C++
BB.in.txtB.out.txtC++ Another C++
CC.in.txtC.out.txtC++ Another C++
DD.in.txtD.out.txtC++
EE.in.txtE.out.txtC++ Another C++

Many thanks to Dennis Matveyev, Scott Hoffman, Pablo Garcia, Cardi DeMonaco Jr., Jer Lance, Vince Shaw, Tony Wesley, and Louis McHugh for all of their hard work and effort in making the first programming contest a huge success!