The 1st COJ Progressive Contest

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Post by ymondelo20 » 8 years ago

codemonkey wrote:How is possible that the users that solved all the problems have different score? :geek:
Now a formula is being used for calculating the points in the contest. COJ Development Teams (CDEVT) must define a final score system for this style of contest, when this contest is finished. The standings will be updated after that, and this score system will be used in future editions of "The COJ Progressive Contest".


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codemonkey wrote:How is possible that the users that solved all the problems have different score? :geek:
We are working in a better formula for this contest styles!!! ;)

If two users have the same problems accepted, they should have the same score (we are looking for a solution), otherwise their scores may differ.

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Bug when i'm sending a clarification.

Post by Raudel_UH » 8 years ago

I'm trying to send a clarification for the problem H-Semiprime Numbers and when i send it there is "an internal error", i have tried several times reloading the page again and login in again but it still happens. Please check this fast because the contest is about to finish.

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Post by emcas88 » 8 years ago

i was in level 5 and i solve 3 problems and the other problem got wrong answer , and i had access to level 6 problems.

PD:Thanks COJ for this great CONTEST!!

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codemonkey wrote:How is possible that the users that solved all the problems have different score? :geek:

We are working in a solution for that problem, a better formula is needed it for this contest style.. !!!

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Post by ymondelo20 » 8 years ago

emcas88 wrote:i was in level 5 and i solve 3 problems and the other problem got wrong answer , and i had access to level 6 problems.
From contest overview:
"For this Contest we have six levels of problems, and you need to solve four problems from each one to pass to the next level. On the other hand, you only need to solve 28 problems in the entire contest to see all the problems in all the levels."
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Post by ymondelo20 » 8 years ago

Final score system for this style of contest, are now implemented.
See http://coj-forum.uci.cu/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=81 for more info...
The standings of "The 1st Progressive Contest" http://coj.uci.cu/contest/contestview.xhtml?cid=1125 has been updated.
We will host "The 2nd Progressive Contest" http://coj.uci.cu/contest/contestview.xhtml?cid=1130 on December 15.

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