UPD Aug/23/2019 05:59:46 UTC: You are not allowed to use C11.
UPD Aug/24/2019 07:41:50 UTC: Your score on each task is computed as the same way as IOI 2019 (use sum of best subtasks)
UPD Aug/27/2019 01:48:35 UTC: Each member of the team can use their own computer (just like in IPSCs)
UPD Aug/29/2019 12:56:37 UTC: Practice contest starts at Aug 30th 10:00:00 (UTC).
UPD Aug/30/2019 10:37:19 UTC: Practice contest began at 10 am: Link Scoreboard
UPD Sep/01/2019 09:39:18 UTC: The contest is over, thanks for participating! Problemset link
2019 FunctionCup will be held on September 1st!
- URL: https://oj.uz/contest/view/FUNCTIONCUP4
- Time: September 1st 13:00 KST — 18:00 KST (5 hours)
- Statement Language: English, Korean
- Contest System: oj.uz wrapped with CMS template
- Programming language: C11, C++17 (GCC 7.3)
- Number of tasks: 12
- Scoring system: Use the sum over each subtask of the best result for that subtask across all submissions (IOI 2017-)
- Penalty: ties broken with time (AtCoder format with no penalty for wrong submissions)
- Scoreboard: Public, not frozen during the whole contest
- Practice Contest: https://oj.uz/contest/view/FUNCTIONCUP4PRACTICE (starts at Aug 30th 10:00:00 (UTC))
- Max team size: 3, each member can use their own computer
FunctionCup is an annual contest written by Cauchy_Function, and is famous in South Korea for having innovative and quality problems. Some of the problems were proposed in last year's GP of Korea. (example here, example there)
Registration is available right now, and will close 5 minutes before the contest starts. Visit the URL for details.
There will be a practice contest to make you familiar with the contest system. Go to the link for details.
There are prizes for people who live in South Korea. This is because we don't afford to pay transportation cost outside of South Korea, so sorry for that.
We invite everyone to join in the contest. After the contest, you will be able to solve all problems in oj.uz.