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The contest consists of two days of computer programming and solving various tasks of algorithmic nature. Students at the IOI compete on an individual basis.
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Organization of the CEOI
When and if a proposal is denied, another prepared proposal will be offered to the GA. For such cases, the Scientific Committee should prepare at least two extra proposals for each round. The text of the accepted proposals must not be changed by the GA, except for minor rephrasing that is needed to avoid smaller ambiguities. The selected problems will be translated by the team leaders into the native languages of the teams. It becomes active well before the beginning of the Olympiad and has the task of selecting and preparing problem proposals.
A further task of the Scientific Committee is to test and evaluate the solutions of the contestants. The competition consists of two rounds in two days. In both rounds the working time is five hours and the contestants will be given three problems to solve.
Contestants may submit written questions to the Scientific Committee concerning the formulation and interpretation of the problems during the initial period of each competition round. The host country publishes competition rules that include the description of the competition environment and details on the course of competition at least one month before CEOI starts. No special hardware requirement or software packages e. The whole communication between the CEOI authorities and contestants will be in a written form.
When the working time is over, the solutions of each of the contestant will be checked by an evaluator.
The evaluation is based on the test data and the responses of the programs only. The evaluation procedure concludes with the meeting of the Scientific Committee, where the evaluation reports are discussed. Potential disagreements are dissolved by voting.
Achieving a proper and balanced evaluation is the responsibility of the Scientific Committee. The General Assembly will determine the minimum scores for the gold, silver and bronze medals. The proportion of these gold, silver and bronze medals should be approximately Each contestant will receive a certificate of participation. The medals, certificates and other prizes will be given to the contestants at the official closing ceremony. Goals CEOI aims at motivating secondary school students of Central Europe to: get more interested in informatics and information technology in general, test and prove their competence in solving problems with the help of computers, exchange knowledge and experience with other students of similar interest and qualification, establish personal contacts with young people of the Central European region.
General regulations Each team is composed of up to four secondary school students, team leader and deputy team leader.
Team Composition Students contestants have to be in school during the year when the contest is held and at most 19 years old. General Assembly General Assembly GA is composed of the team leaders of the participating countries and the president nominated by the host country.
Problems, Competition The competition consists of two rounds in two days. Evaluation When the working time is over, the solutions of each of the contestant will be checked by an evaluator. Results and Prizes The General Assembly will determine the minimum scores for the gold, silver and bronze medals.
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Not sure where to go? Click here to view some basic information on how to learn programming and prepare to win a medal at the IOI.
A couple of volunteers maintain a separate page with stats about people who participated at the International Olympiad in Informatics. The IOI publishes a journal every year, with original high-quality scientific papers related to education, contests and algorithms. The IOI is one of five international science olympiads.
The primary goal of the IOI is to stimulate interest in informatics computing science and information technology.
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Another important goal is to bring together exceptionally talented pupils from various countries and to have them share scientific and cultural experiences. IOI June 15th, in Events. Need more info? Beginners Not sure where to go?
- Tutorials, Books and Problems;
- Competitive programming;
- IOI - Russia: President of the IOI: Olympiad tasks will push even the strongest students;