Difference between revisions of "History - ICPC 1995"

From ICPC
Jump to: navigation, search
(Created page with "<h3 align="center"><font color="#ff0000"><strong>1994-95 19th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest Final Report</strong></font>...")
 
 
Line 14: Line 14:
 
                 Ruhl, Christian Wetzel, and Phillip
 
                 Ruhl, Christian Wetzel, and Phillip
 
                 Zembrod</strong></font> <font color="#000080"> of [http://www.uni-freiburg.de/ Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg], Germany.  
 
                 Zembrod</strong></font> <font color="#000080"> of [http://www.uni-freiburg.de/ Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg], Germany.  
                 Take a look at the [http://icpc.baylor.edu/past/icpc95/finals/Standings.html final standings], the [Problem Set|Problem Resources/1995WorldFinalProblemSet.pdf],
+
                 Take a look at the [http://icpc.baylor.edu/past/icpc95/finals/Standings.html final standings], the [[Media:1995WorldFinalProblemSet.pdf]],
 
                 and join us for a [http://icpc.baylor.edu/past/icpc95/finals/Tour.html tour] of
 
                 and join us for a [http://icpc.baylor.edu/past/icpc95/finals/Tour.html tour] of
 
                 the Finals which was sponsored by
 
                 the Finals which was sponsored by
                 Microsoft.</font></p>  <p align="left"><font color="#000080">Of the teams in competition, over 200 teams competed in intercollegiate contests in Asia and Europe for the chance to advance to the ACM-ICPC regionals where 780 teams competed in 16 ACM-ICPC regional contests held throughout the world.</font></p> <!--webbot
+
                 Microsoft.</font></p>  <p align="left"><font color="#000080">Of the teams in competition, over 200 teams competed in intercollegiate contests in Asia and Europe for the chance to advance to the ACM-ICPC regionals where 780 teams competed in 16 ACM-ICPC regional contests held throughout the world.</font></p>
                bot="Include" endspan
+
                i-checksum="1650" --> <!--webbot
+
                bot="Include"
+
                u-include="Regionals/FindReport.html"
+
                tag="BODY" startspan -->
+
 
+
                <blockquote>    <h4 align="left"><font color="#ff0000">1994 Regional Contest
+
                Results</font></h4>
+
----
+
                </blockquote>
+

Latest revision as of 16:31, 3 March 2011

1994-95 19th Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest Final Report

1995 ACM Programming Contest World Finals Results!!

From over 900 teams competing in intercollegiate contests held around the world, 38 teams advanced to the 1995 Contest World Finals which was held in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 1, 1995. The 1995 World Champions are Matthias Ruhl, Christian Wetzel, and Phillip Zembrod of Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany. Take a look at the final standings, the Media:1995WorldFinalProblemSet.pdf, and join us for a tour of the Finals which was sponsored by Microsoft.

Of the teams in competition, over 200 teams competed in intercollegiate contests in Asia and Europe for the chance to advance to the ACM-ICPC regionals where 780 teams competed in 16 ACM-ICPC regional contests held throughout the world.