[Computer-go] The Sixth UEC Cup and Denseisen
Remi.Coulom at free.fr
Tue Feb 12 02:34:26 PST 2013
Thanks for informing us of the registration procedure. I have just submitted my registration form.
Just a quick note: I had an error message in Japanese when I submitted a message that was too long. With the little Japanese I know, I could understand 大きいすぎます. It might be better to translate this error message or allow a longer message.
Also reference to section 1-4 of the rules should be 1-3.
I am looking forward to the tournament.
On 7 févr. 2013, at 12:15, 村松正和 wrote:
> Dear All,
> Finally, the web page of the 6th UEC Cup Computer Go Tournament is open!
> Please check at: http://jsb.cs.uec.ac.jp/~igo/eng/
> Registration is also open now.
> We have a big CHANGE in the UEC Cup this year.
> Below I excerpt some information on change of the 6th UEC Cup, but do not
> trust the information too much; Please read the web page CAREFULLY
> by yourself before you submit your registration form.
> Any question directly to me or uec.igo at gmail.com is welcome.
> In the case, however, please be patient to wait my response for 2 or 3 days;
> recently I'm so busy that I cannot respond quickly.
> I'm looking forward to seeing you in UEC, Tokyo.
> Best regards,
> Masakazu Muramatsu
> ---Excerpts from the UEC Cup web page---
> Prizes: the 1st winner: 30,0000 yen, the 2nd: 10,0000yen, the 3rd: 5,0000yen
> Important dates:
> Deadline for application of grant of travel expense: Feb. 18th
> Deadline for participation submission: Feb. 28th of 2013.
> UEC Cup Tournament: Mar. 16th and 17th
> Symposium: Mar. 18th and 19th
> Denseisen: Mar. 20th
> 1. There will be held matches between the first- and second-prize
> winner of the UEC Cup
> and a professional Go player. This event is called Denseisen. Between
> the tournament and Denseisen,
> we have a symposium on game informatics ( however, the title of the
> symposium is
> something like `cognitive science and entertainment'...)
> 2. We set three categories of programs, and each participant must
> declare which category
> his/her program falls in. See the web page for the exact definition
> of these categories.
> Below I give some informal idea of them.
> Any Category A program should be `original and robust', who wants to
> play at Denseisen
> if it wins the UEC Cup. In particular, the ability to manage handicap
> games properly is required.
> Category B program should be `original', and it can proceed to the
> second day final tournament
> to win the UEC Cup. However, even if such a program wins the UEC Cup,
> it cannot proceed to Denseisen.
> Category C program should have some original device, but can use
> some legal copies of other programs.
> Any program of this category is not eligible to proceed to the second day.
> So, again, I warn you to read the definition of the categories before
> you submit registration form.
> 3. We have a (very limited) amount of grant of travel expense for foreigners.
> Please submit application form if you want the grant before the end of
> Feb. 18th.
> Note that if one receives the grant, then he/she should give a
> one-hour lecture at the symposium.
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