Brazilian Olympiad in Informatics
- Article: Brazilian Olympiad in Informatics
- Author(s): Ricardo de Oliveira Anido, Raphael Marcos Menderico
- Journal: Olympiads in Informatics 1 (2007), 5-14
Abstract: The Brazilian Olympiad in Informatics (OBI, in Portuguese) is a contest promoted by the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC) and its main purpose is to raise the interest of students in such an important science for a student's education as Computing Science, through an activity that involves challenge, ingenuity and a healthy dose of competition. The contest is composed of two different categories, for two levels of contestants: a programming contest for high school students (Programming Category) and a logic contest for elementary students (Logic Category). In this paper we will discuss the main aspects and challenges concerning the OBI organization.
Keywords: programming contest, logic contest, grading systems, programming training camp
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