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Threads 2014

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An Invitation to Gordian Knot, a mathematics and computing problem
solving

Posted: Jan 3, 2014 8:16 PM
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Hello everyone!



Felicity, the annual festival of IIIT Hyderabad, brings to you Felicity Threads 2014, the tenth annual edition of the celebration of spirit of computing and engineering. We bring to you a wide range of online contests in various fields of programming and mathematics. Our series of online events includes contests on algorithmic programming (Codecraft), parallel programming (Kernel Cruise), combinatorial search and game playing bot design (Strange Loop), and a CTF-style security contest (Break In).

Our first event, Gordian Knot, a Project Euler-inspired contest full of mathematical problems, starts TODAY at 1600 Hrs (IST), and will run for atleast a day. Being a mathematics and computing contest, Gordian Knot challenges you to come up with solutions to problems and untangle complex yet elegant knots, using any methods and computational tools at your disposal.

http://www.felicity.iiit.ac.in/threads/gordian-knot/

The only prerequisite to participate is the urge to learn. Let us learn and rejoice the spirit of computing and engineering together.

There are exciting prizes for the event too!

So let the mathematician inside you come out and to know more about Threads, visit us at : http://felicity.iiit.ac.in/threads/



Sincerely,
Threads 2014 Team



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