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  Grading of the competition is as follows. Basic participation---contribution to discussion, design and development and the clarity and completeness of documentation---counts for 50 points. This is the participation score. The compilers are ranked for each test program. A best score worths 10 points, 2nd best 8 points, and 3rd 5 points. If multiple compilers score the best, 2nd, or 3rd, they each receives 10, 8, and 5 points. The top three compilers for the hidden benchmarks receive proportional awards but the award points triple (30, 24, 15). The total is the performance score. Incorrect compilers will be penalized. Failing to produce correct code for any test program would lose 10% of the sum of the participation and performance scores. This is the penalty kick. The total score minus any penalty kick is the group score. The group score is not necessarily the individual score of all team members. The TA and the instructor will evaluate based on the group documents and adjust the individual score to reflect the relative contribution. We may conduct a confidential "exit poll" to ask each member to rank the contribution of other team members.
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Project milestones
  • Friday, March 20, tentative groups formed.
  • Monday, March 22, final groups formed, and roles assigned.
  • Friday, March 27, design and implementation strategy reviewed.
  • Friday, April 3, first feedback from the hidden benchmarks.
  • Wednesday, April 8, second feedback from the hidden benchmarks.
  • Monday, April 13, midnight, competition concludes.
 

Competition Rules

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  NOTE: you do NOT need to do any work to make the gimple tree to follow the above rules because gcc has already simplified it.
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More about the group competition is coming soon.

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