Comp202: Principles of Object-Oriented Programming II
Fall 2006 -- Othello Tournament Rules
- Code Freeze: Wednesday, Dec. 08, 2004 at 11 AM
- Tournament begins at noon on the same day in Symonds 2 lab.
- The Othello tournament is totally optional and will not affect your
grade in any negative manner. Everyone is encouraged to participate simply
it is a lot of fun! On top of that, the winner will get 10 points added to
the current numerical weighted class grade
(100 pts total), the second place winner will get 7 points, the third
place winner will get 4 points, and the fourth place winner will get 1 point.
E-mail comp202@ to notify us of your intention to participate and let us know if
you will come to the tournament and have pizzas with us. Let us know what
toppings you prefer. We need a count of attendees to order the appropriate
amount of pizzas.
- Use your username as the package name for your strategy.
- You must precompile all classes relating to your player before the
start of the tournament. We will use reflection to load your player.
Remember the naming conventions asked for in the Project write up.
Be sure that your strategy has either a constructor that takes no parameters
or a constructor that takes a single IModel parameter! The strategy
you will be using for the tournament is not required for your regular
- Upload your tournament entry as HW10.
- The maximum time you have
for each move is 60 seconds.
- The tournament will be in a round-robin style. You will each play once as
white and once as black against each other player.
You do not have to be present to participate. However, everyone is
encouraged to show up at the final round. Lunch (pizzas) will be served.
- Winners will be notified by email and posted on the web page.
- Any issues not explicitly addressed in this document will be decided by the
tournament administrators. These rules are setup to make things as fair as
possible. Any foul play will result in immediate disqualification.
- Any questions? e-mail comp202@
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