Informatics olympiads: Challenges in programming and algorithm design

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  • Conference paper: Informatics olympiads: Challenges in programming and algorithm design
  • Author(s): Benjamin A. Burton
  • Book: Thirty-first Australasian Computer Science Conference (ACSC 2008) (Gillian Dobbie, Bernard Mans, ed.), ACS, 2008, pp. 9-13
  • Series: CRPIT, vol. 74

Abstract: The International Olympiad in Informatics is a world-wide contest for high school students, with a strong focus on creativity and ingenuity in algorithm design. Here we describe the activities in Australia that support and complement this contest, including a range of programming competitions, more accessible pen-and-paper competitions, and other enrichment and training activities. Sample problems are included, along with suggestions for becoming involved.

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