Mathematics and Computer Science

2016 Denison Spring Programming Contest

This year, 15 teams from 6 schools (Denison, Baldwin-Wallace, Muskingum, Ohio Wesleyan, Oberlin, and U of Akron) competed in this 4-hour contest.

The "Isomorphic Bijections" from Denison won the contest solving all six problems. The next two teams solved five problems each: "qUark" from Akron (2nd) and "The Three Whales" from Denison (3rd). "Segmentation Fault" (4th) from OWU and "Superconstructors" (5th) from Oberlin both got 4 problems apiece. All problems were solved by at least two teams and all but two teams solved at least one problem.

Congratulations to Drew Lytle, Andrew Read-McFarland, and Jessica Tang on a strong showing!

Final Standings with breakdown of problems submitted and solved for each team.

The problem set and judge's data can be found in the contest archives.

Congratulations to all the students who participated. Hope to see you next year. (Next year's contest will be at the usual time of the last Saturday in February.)

DU Spring Contest Homepage