The Fall 2009 University of Michigan-Dearborn Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery Programming Contest

Final Report

February 11, 2009

The University of Michigan-Dearborn Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery Programming Contest was held on Wednesday, February 11, 2009.  There were 15 participating students.  The contest was held in the CIS Building of the University of Michigan-Dearborn from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

  1. Version 8.7 of the PC^2 Contest Control System was used to run the contest.  There were technical difficulties that have prevented automated judging and the contest was started 43 minutes late.  The judges have regrouped and judged each submission manually for C++ and Java.  Automated judging turned out to work fine for C#.

  2.  The contest started at 18:43:45 and ended at 21:43:46 for a duration of 3 hours.

  3.  The contest consisted of 5 problems with 14 students solving at least one problem.

  4.  The maximum number of problems solved was 5 problems.

Final Standings

Rank Name     A         B         C         D         E     Solved Time
1 Kevin Wang 1/12 2/173 1/47 1/45 1/63 5 360
2 David Lawrenchuk 2/137 1/-- 2/124 1/20 1/78 4 399
3 Cale Colony 5/--   1/97 1/23 3/76 3 236
4 Trevor Tabaka     1/71   1/33 2 104
5 Chaz Tinskey 2/--     1/80 3/123 2 243
6 Michael Lane       1/82 3/177 2 299
7 Brian McClure 5/--       2/48 1 68
8 Anthony Wesley 1/--       1/86 1 86
9 Jeff Loiola 3/--   1/93     1 93
10 Jon Smereka 8/--       1/116 1 116
11 Cory Skelly 2/--       3/84 1 124
12 Josiah Hudson 3/--   1/157     1 157
13 Dmitriy Ansolis 2/--       2/168 1 188
14 Cardi DeMonaco         4/155 1 215
15 Alaeddin Hussein 1/--     2/--   0 0

Problem Sets and Judges’ Solutions

Actual problem set (pdf)

Problem Actual Input Expected Output Judges’ Solution
A A.in.txt A.out.txt C++ Another C++ And Another C++
B B.in.txt B.out.txt C++
C C.in.txt C.out.txt C++ Another C++ And Another C++
D D.in.txt D.out.txt C++
E E.in.txt E.out.txt C++