Internet Problem Solving Contest
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|Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University, Slovak Republic|
|The Internet Problem Solving Contest (IPSC) is a computer programming contest for teams consisting of up to three people. Teams participate via the Internet. Each problem consists of a problem description and two input data sets. Questions tend towards operations research, number theory, computer science, and game theory. Past challenges have included Calls, Arranging Flowers, Dependency Problems, Folding the Paper, Load Balancing, (un)Fair Play, and Hard Question - P = NP? Register online; see the IPSC archives dating back to 1999, including solutions to some problems; and link to other online contests.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College, Research|
|Resource Types:||Problems/Puzzles, Internet-Based Projects, Recreations|
|Math Topics:||Discrete Math, Number Theory, Operations Research, Computer Science|
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