- The results are in. Each player ran through a series of 100 games, each with a different word. A dictionary of 50,000 words was used where each words was between 5 and 13 letters long. 100 words were randomly selected from the dictionary to be used in the games. Each player played with the same dictionary and the same 100 words.
- The scores for the games where recorded as were the processing times. The secondary title, Tournament Champion, was awarded to the player who won the most games in the shortest amount of time.
- Then a series of metrics were gathers on the players' code base. The goal here was to ascertain the code quality of the solutions. The primary title, Tournament Master, was awarded to the player who not only played well but also scored highest on the code metrics.
|John Dewey Jr
|ssoroka hangman player 1
by Kerry Buckley
All alalysis scores are on a scale of 0 to 100. The 6 analysis scores were averaged with the following formula to calculate the overall score. (play * 3 + time + coverage * 2 + simplicity + flog + saikuro + flay) / 10
by Colin Jones
The 3-way tie for first play was broken based on time.
** - Due to technical difficulties, FollowTheData's final solution was not received until after completion of the tournament. Final scores for FollowTheData are...
Overall: 99, Play: 98, Time: 96, Simplicity: 100, Coverage: 100, Flog: 100, Saikuro: 100, Flay: 100
These scores place FollowTheData in 3rd place for Master and 5th place for Champion.