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CLICS is the '''''C'''''ompetitive '''''L'''''earning '''''I'''''nitiative '''''C'''''ontest '''''S'''''ystem specification.  This specification comprises a variety of components as described below.
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CLICS is the '''''C'''''ompetitive '''''L'''''earning '''''I'''''nitiative '''''C'''''ontest '''''S'''''ystem specification.   
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The ''C''ompetitive ''L''earning ''I''nitiative is an effort under the auspices of the [[ICPC]] community to develop formal specifications for a variety of Programming Contest development activities.  These specifications comprise a variety of components as described below.
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=Contest Control System [[CCS]] Specification
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This describes a set of functional requirements for a Contest Control System ([[CCS]]).  It acts as the primary specification for CCS's which are candidates to be used for the [[ICPC]] World Finals, but also serves as a reference for the development of other CCS's as well.
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=Problem Format=
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This describes the requirements for specifying a Contest Problem to a Contest Control System ([[CCS]]).  It is intended to describe how a Problem is presented to a [[CCS]], not the nature of any particular problem itself.
  
  
It is the primary specification for requirements for a [[CCS]] to be eligible for use at the [[ICPC]] World Finals.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 17:17, 3 December 2016

CLICS is the Competitive Learning Initiative Contest System specification. The Competitive Learning Initiative is an effort under the auspices of the ICPC community to develop formal specifications for a variety of Programming Contest development activities. These specifications comprise a variety of components as described below.

=Contest Control System CCS Specification

This describes a set of functional requirements for a Contest Control System (CCS). It acts as the primary specification for CCS's which are candidates to be used for the ICPC World Finals, but also serves as a reference for the development of other CCS's as well.

Problem Format

This describes the requirements for specifying a Contest Problem to a Contest Control System (CCS). It is intended to describe how a Problem is presented to a CCS, not the nature of any particular problem itself.