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The Final round will start on December 15, 2017 at 21:00 UTC and finish on December 17, 2017 at 21:00 UTC. Only 50 best strategies from Round 2 and additional 10 from the Sandbox will take part in it to find out the Winner of Russian AI Cup. In this stage games will be in format 2x500 with facilities and fog of war. The Finals will consist of 2 parts 12 hours long each, and a break 24 hours long between them to let the participants to improve their strategies. Only last correct strategy, submitted before the beginning of each part will be used in the games.

In each part a series of games “each-vs-each” will be held.

By results of these games the final rating of the championship will be calculated. The winners and participants of the Finals will get prizes. Staring value of rating for each participant will be equal to zero, and for each held game he will get a specified number of points:

  • 1 place — 2 points,
  • 2 place — 0 points.


leloy

leloy

PSHS - EVC

Hi guys!

I just want to thank the organizers and my fellow competitors as I bow out of the competition.

It’s my first time joining this kind of contests and I must say the experience was both challenging and rewarding. I’ve learned a ton of stuff such as flow fields and a bunch of clustering algorithms, mainly because the programming paradigm of the competition is completely different to what I’m used to.

As much as I want to stay till the end of the finals, I need to prioritize my studies. It’s our exams week and due to myself sleeping late last night trying to polish my code, I overslept and arrived 15 minutes late for our physics exam earlier.

My potato pc can’t help much either: the addition of the fog of war halved the fps my laptop can handle, now at only 15-20 fps.

I spent almost all of my free time of the last 3 weeks for this competition so it’s a bit hard for me to let go. Nonetheless, my journey ends here.

Спасибо!

Dec 12, 2017 9:50:57 AM
newpuk

newpuk

Almaty

You’ve got experience, its realy important. Good luck at your next exams and hope see you next year.

Dec 12, 2017 12:07:56 PM