The Design and Implementation of Modern Online Programming Competitions.
This paper presents a framework for the implementation of online programming competitions, including a set of principles for the design of the multiplayer game and a practical framework for the construction of the competition environment. The paper presents a successful example competition, the 2016-17 Halite challenge, and briefly mentions a second competition, the Halite II challenge, which launched in October 2017.
Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1710.07738
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