Contestants can log back into their contest accounts using the
passwords they were given just before the contest. They can
continue solving BOSPRE 2016 problems
with the autojudge judging. Time has been replaced on the
scoreboard by a scoring system the assigns 100 points to
each solved problem but multiplies this by 0.95 for each
previous incorrect submission.
You also get the judge's first
failed test case input/out returned to you on an incorrect
submission for ALL the problems.
University of Connecticut Host Site for BOSPRE 2016
Judge's input, solutions, and output for BOSPRE 2016
are available to BOSPRE 2016 contestants on a
private web page: a password has been sent to the team coaches.
Practice facilities will be available throughout the school year.
BOSPRE 2016 was a cooperative effort between MIT, University of
Connecticut, and Bridgewater State, who hosted the teams,
and Harvard, who provided judging and problems using the net.
We plan for BOSPRE to be held every year, with Harvard providing
judging and computer support, and other schools hosting teams.
A host site may use labs
that can handle 6 or more teams (18 seats plus 6 terminals).
Or a host site may use an appropriately sized room with WIFI,
and teams will use their own laptops.
To see what is involved look
If you have further questions or want to serve as host for 2016,
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the people at RIT.
Bridgewater Mathematics Building Host Site for BOSPRE 2016