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UKSPC 2001 » Results

Graduate and undergraduate students competed in two divisions: twenty one students in the upper division and forteen students in the lower division. The students were given seven problems of varying difficulty with different problems selected for different divisions (the problems from the contest will be posted later). Judging was based on the ACM programming competition rules. By rules the correct output must not only be valid but also has to precisely meet the specified format. There were many instances of students submitting solutions that were rejected merely because of a presentation error (e.g., output listed in wrong order, etc.). The final ranking is based on the number of problems accepted as correct solutions meeting the above criteria and by the total time (see the scoring rules), including penalties for incorrect submissions.

Upper Division: Final Ranking

UKSPC01 UP   pfactor birthday box fence total place
Bill Wyatt 22 65C 103P/ 187C 143P/ 2C + 2P 1
Andy Martin 24 81I/169C 103C 163P/ 2C + 1P 2
Jesse Andrews 26 53I/114C 141I/195P 195P/ 100P 1C + 3P 3
Najati Imam 27 140I/188I 183C   1C 5
Kamal Shah 31 89C   170P 1C + 1P 4
Justin Hays 33 76C 145I/187C   2C 3
Robb Samuell 35 65I/181I 119I/181P   1P 6
Bert Rawert 37 67I/161C   161P 1C + 1P 4
Sandeep Bodapati 39 65I/157I/ 136C   1C 5
Ryan Chilton 43 85I/135I/173C 154C     2C 3

Key

i
Incorrect output
P
Partial (Failed for some tests)
C
Correct

Lower Division: Final Ranking

UKSPC01 Lower   seventeen pfactor birthday box total place
Susanne Funken 124 40C 100i     1C 3
Noah Adler 126 29C 32i     1C 3
Zach May 130 65P 45C     1C+1P 2
Tony Wentzel 132 235P 40i/135i     1P 4
Lachin Hatemi 134 40C       1C 3
Matt Hrostinski 140 24C 80i     1C 3
W Russell Emrick 142 46C 95i     1C 3
Erickson Vichen 148 59i/104C 97C 132i   2C 1

Key

i
Incorrect output
P
Partial (Failed for some tests)
C
Correct

Prizes were funded by the Procter and Gamble and Department of Computer Science at UK.