Olimpiade Sains Nasional 2018 Bidang Informatika
- TOKI OSN Open Contest 2018 is an open competition mirroring the National Science Olympiad in Informatics 2018 in Indonesia (OSN Informatika 2018 in Bahasa Indonesia).
- OSN Informatika is a national olympiad in informatics for high school students. It is the one of the stages required for Indonesian students to represent Indonesia in IOI (International Olympiad in Informatics)
- The problemset is the same as the problemset in OSN Informatika 2018, and will be given in Bahasa Indonesia and English.
- The contest will be held on TLX (TOKI Online Judge) (you may need to register for a TLX account if you do not have one already).
- If you have any questions please contact email@example.com.
- There will be one trial session and 2 (two) competition days.
- There will be 3 (three) problems on each day to be solved in 5 (five) hours.
- Each contestant may submit up to 50 solutions for each problem.
- The supported programming languages are C, C++, and Pascal.
- During the competition, each contestant can only see their own scores.
Schedule and Technical Details
- The contests will be held at the following time ranges:
- Each contestant can select any 5-hour window within the time range to do the contest for each competition day.
- All three contests are now available on TLX. Please register in those contests.
- Each contestant may start the contest any time within the time range, by clicking the timer button.
- There will be no additional time given if a contestant starts the contest in less than 5 hours before the contest ends.
- The open contest doesn't support clarifications, but all important announcements from the original contest will be broadcast as well.
- There are 3 possible problem types.
- Batch problems:
- The most common problem type.
- Given input, contestants write a program that reads input and writes output satisfying the problem description.
- The program must run within the given time and memory limits.
- Interactive problems:
- Contestants write a program that interacts with judge's program.
- Judge's program writes to stdout and is given as the input for contestant's program.
- Contestant's program writes to stdout and is given as the input for judge's program.
- The intreaction continues until a given goal is reached.
- Contestant's program must output answer within the given time and memory limits.
- Output-only problems:
- Contestants are be given a set of input test cases.
- Contestants submit output for each input test case.
- Contestants do not have to write a program; the outputs may be solved manually.
- There are two types of scoring: standard and creative.
- Creative problems will be stated explicitly in problem description.
- Standard scoring:
- For batch and interactive problems:
- A problem consists of multiple subtasks with various points.
- A subtask consists of multiple test cases.
- A submission gets a subtask's points if it solves all of its test cases.
- A problem may have open subtasks where the test cases are given to contestants.
- For output-only problems:
- A problem consists of multiple test cases with various points.
- A submission gets the test case's points if it produces the correct output.
- Creative scoring:
- The scoring formula will vary for each problem and will be explicitly stated in problem description.
- Source code limit for each submission is 300 KB.
- For each test case, the grader will output one of:
- AC (Accepted): program solved the problem within the given time and memory limits.
- WA (Wrong Answer): program stopped within given time and memory limits, but produced the wrong output.
- RTE (Runtime Error): program crashed or exceedeed the memory limit.
- TLE (Time Limit Exceeded): program exceeded the time limit.
- Skipped: test case is not graded because there was a test case in the same subtask that was not solved.