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By shank_punk, 7 years ago, In English

Hi guys , my team has been selected for ACM-ICPC Amritapuri , India onsite round . We are requested to submit the paper form ( algorithm templates ) on or before December 10th . What kind of algorithms should we include ?

 
 
 
 
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Here is algorithm set we had on last WF.

To be honest, it was fully useless (and in 2013 too), except gedit settings.

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    Thanks :) . That will help my team a lot

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    oh rly

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    Weren't geo codes useful? I think that having good geo library is of greater value than any other code, because there are often complicated formulas and lots of corner cases as collinear segments when intersecting them and so on :P. Moreover there are often many geos on finals, so it is even more valuable. I think that having a nicely written flow in library is also a good idea.

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      On last finals, we got only one geom problem, and there were no complicated formulas in it.

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    Have you ever used Duval's algorithm on contests?)

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      Well, I remember at least two problems in petrozavodsk camp, where it was useful.

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