After the barrage of non-standard contests (memSQL, ABBYY, Yandex), we present you a standard and fun (and strange) Codeforces round! This contest is prepared by Indonesian coders: fushar, jonathanirvings, and me (dolphinigle)! fushar wrote D2-E/D1-C, jonathanirvings wrote D2-B, and I wrote the rest. For me, this is my fourth contest, after Codeforces Beta Round #87 (Div. 1 Only), Croc Champ 2012 - Final, and last week’s MemSQL start[c]up Round 1 (only 1 problem there though). We would also like to thank Gerald for helping with the contest preparation, Delinur for translation, and MikeMirzayanov for the system!
I think this contest is stranger than usual -- The statements are strange, there are pictures everywhere, etc. There is a single problem with very lengthy statement (I am unable to shorten it further without losing clarity, I'm sorry), but I think it's very clear. The other problems have relatively short statements.
fushar drops a message for you:
We think that the solutions to all problems are satisfying to discover. We want to add a special note: you might find that the solutions will not be too “usual” :).
UPD: The contest is finished! Editorial will be posted tomorrow by fushar. Hope you enjoyed the contest!
...Div1-D 329D - The Evil Temple and the Moving Rocks was a little too strange I guess.
UPD: Congratulations to the winners!
You guys are certainly good at ad hoc problems! :)
UPD: Komaki, followed by marcin_smu finally solved the last problem 329E - Evil after the contest. During the contest, they submitted some solutions with the right idea but got caught by pretest. You guys are awesome! UPD: Scores:
D2: standard (500 1000 1500 2000 2500)
D1: 500 1000 1500 1500 2500
UPD: Important: This contest is held in an unusual time (2 hours earlier than usual): http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?day=20&month=7&year=2013&hour=17&min=30&sec=0&p1=166