The University of Michigan-Dearborn Programming Contest Fall 2009

Preliminary Report

September 25, 2009

The University of Michigan-Dearborn Programming Contest was held on Wednesday, September 25, 2009.  Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), International Honor Society for the Computing and Informational Disciplines along with Computer and Informational Science department (CIS) were sponsoring the event.   There were 12 participating students.  The contest was held in the CIS Building of the University of Michigan-Dearborn 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 contest went very smooth.

  2.  The contest started at 18:15:00 and ended at 21:15:00 for a duration of 3 hours.  There was a 15 minute delay due to general proceedings.

  3.  The contest consisted of 5 problems with 6 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 Penalty
1 Kevin Wang 1/4 2/15 3/85 2/37 5/88 5 389
2 Cale Colony 3/85 1/36 13/-- 1/84 1/111 4 356
3 Dave Lawrenchuk   1/54   1/35 2/103 3 212
4 Charles Toeppe   2/133   3/77   2 270
5 Dmitriy Ansolis       1/25   1 25
6 Jeff Fesler 1/142     2/--   1 142
7 Aaron Stokes   9/--   3/--   0 0
7 Cardi DeMonaco           0 0
7 Chaz Tinskey 1/-- 1/--   1/-- 1/-- 0 0
7 Jason Kleidouhakis 3/--       4/-- 0 0
7 Matthew Sable 1/--         0 0
7 Matthew Smudz 2/-- 1/--   2/--   0 0

Problem Sets and Judges' Solutions

To be posted later.