Results for: Color Bridge

Amitabh wins the Best Result prize

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Amitabh wins the Best Result prize Just before midnight last night, Greenwich Mean Time, Amitabh Verma submitted All Guns Blazing. Using 174 seconds worth of CPU time, it cruised limbo-style beneath the timeout limit, generating a world-beating result of 65558057, the best seen up to that point. Magnus S. has since bettered that with an impressive... read more >>

Alfonso is the winner! 1

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Alfonso is the winner! Congratulations to Alfonso Nieto-Castañón, whose impressive breakthrough code lasttry01 pulled ahead of the crowd in the final minutes. MikeR was clever enough to know that Alfonso had a good chance of slipping into the lead, and he was lucky enough to have the computer run just a little bit faster... read more >>

Contest is closed 2

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Contest is closed The contest is now closed. As many of you noticed, the entry submission door was left open for a while, but it’s closed now. Don’t worry… any entries that arrived after 12 noon Natick time will be disqualified. At the current rate of entry evaluation, it looks like we’ll have an... read more >>

SY Wins the 1000 Node Challenge 4

Posted by Matthew Simoneau,

SY Wins the 1000 Node Challenge SY submitted the entry that won our 1000 Node Challenge. Congratulations! If one of your contributions were part of this entry, please leave a comment and let everyone know. We’re now in the final stretch. The queue closes at noon on Wednesday. Good luck. ... read more >>

1000 Node Challenge

Posted by Matthew Simoneau,

1000 Node Challenge Our final mid-contest prize will go to the best-scoring entry with fewer than 1000 nodes submitted before 6PM ET on Tuesday. We’ll keep a list of the top-scoring entries in the statistics, but remember that this listing is delayed a bit. ... read more >>

MikeR Wins the Sunday Push

Posted by Matthew Simoneau,

MikeR Wins the Sunday Push MikeR made the largest cumulative improvement to the score on Sunday winning the Sunday Push, followed by Abhisek Ukil, SY, and Alan Chalker. ... read more >>

Nick Howe (!) Wins the Saturday Leap

Posted by Matthew Simoneau,

Nick Howe (!) Wins the Saturday Leap Nick Howe locks up yet another mid-contest challenge, the Saturday Leap. One of his entries made the biggest single improvement in score on Saturday. Gwendolyn Fisch, MikeR, Jan Langer, and Alan Chalker also made big single-entry improvements to the score. Speaking of Alan Chalker, don’t miss his... read more >>

Nick Howe Wins the Early Bird Special 2

Posted by Matthew Simoneau,

Nick Howe Wins the Early Bird Special Nick Howe is back! He’s taken (ordered?) the Early Bird Special by submitting the best entry before the 8PM deadline, our first mid-contest award in Daylight. Our next prize is the Saturday Leap, awarded to the contestant who makes the biggest single improvement to the score between midnight and midnight... read more >>

Your Contest Feedback 1

Posted by Matthew Simoneau,

Your Contest Feedback At the risk of over-taxing our ancient database, we’ve enabled live updating of the “Queue and Top 20” pages. Hopefully this will reduce confusion about missing entries and improve the interactivity of the contest. The contest runs on a set of old Perl (frontend) and MATLAB (backend) code, most of... read more >>

Early Bird Special

Posted by Matthew Simoneau,

Early Bird Special We’re now in Daylight and everyone’s code in visible. To get things rolling, we’ll award an Early Bird Special to the best-scoring entry submitted before 8PM Eastern. Good luck! ... read more >>

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