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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 (CLI) 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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document 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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document 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.
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=Event Feed=
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This comprises several documents describing CLICS [[Event Feed]] specifications.
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These include
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*the original CLICS Event Feed specification
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*Event Feed specification extensions developed in
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** 2011
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** 2013
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** 2014, and
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** 2016.
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[https://clics.ecs.baylor.edu/index.php/Event_Feed|the original CLICS Event Feed specification]
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[https://clics.ecs.baylor.edu/index.php/Event_Feed_2011|2011]
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[https://clics.ecs.baylor.edu/index.php/Event_Feed_2013|2013]
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[https://clics.ecs.baylor.edu/index.php/Event_Feed_2014|2014]
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[https://clics.ecs.baylor.edu/index.php/Event_Feed_2016|2016]
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=External Links=
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It is the primary specification for requirements for a [[CCS]] to be eligible for use at the [[ICPC]] World Finals.
 
  
 
[[Category:CLICS]]
 
[[Category:CLICS]]

Latest revision as of 17:58, 3 December 2016

CLICS is the Competitive Learning Initiative Contest System specification. The Competitive Learning Initiative (CLI) 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 document 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 document 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.

Event Feed

This comprises several documents describing CLICS Event Feed specifications. These include

  • the original CLICS Event Feed specification
  • Event Feed specification extensions developed in
    • 2011
    • 2013
    • 2014, and
    • 2016.


External Links