Intel® Threading Challenge 2009 - Winners

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**Winning entries and other notable entries submitted (code & write-up) are available now - see links below to entry pages and and go to the dedicated forums for each problem to discuss in more detail.


PHASE 2 - GRAND PRIZE WINNER ANNOUNCED:



Congratulations to "akki", also the winner for problems 3 and 4, who had the highest total score for 3 of 6 problems and is our grand prize winner for Phase 2!



Problem #6:  Maximum Independent Set - Winner Announced:  "BradleyKuszmaul"



Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here:  Winning Entry (code & write-up)

For more on how the 6th problem of Phase 2 was judged and how your entry compared, check out Clay's latest post in the Maximum Independent Set Forum.


Problem #5:  3-D Convex Hull - Winner Announced:  "BradleyKuszmaul"



Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here:  Winning Entry (code & write-up)

For more on how the 5th problem of Phase 2 was judged and how your entry compared, check out Clay's latest post in the 3-D Convex Hull Forum.


Problem #4:  The Travelling Baseball Fans - Winner Announced:  "akki"


Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here:  Winning Entry (code & write-up)

For more on how the 4th problem of Phase 2 was judged and how your entry compared, check out Clay's latest post in the Travelling Baseball Fans Forum



Problem #3:  Graph Coloring - Winner Announced:  "akki"



Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here:  Winning Entry (code & write-up)

For more on how the 3rd problem of Phase 2 was judged and how your entry compared, check out Clay's latest post in the Graph Coloring Forum.


Problem #2:  Knights Tour - Winner Announced:  "mdm100"



Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here:  Winning Entry (code & write-up)

For more on how the 2nd problem of Phase 2 was judged and how your entry compared, check out Clay's latest post in the Knights Tour Forum.


Problem #1 - Strassen's Algorithm - Winner Announced:  "iArchitect"



Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here:  Winning Entry (code & write-up)

For more on how the 1st problem of Phase 2 was judged and how your entry compared check out Clay's latest post in the Strassen's Algorithm Forum.




PHASE 1 - GRAND PRIZE WINNER ANNOUNCED:



Congratulations to "denghui0815", also the winner for problems 1 and 3, who had the highest total score for 3 of 6 problems and is our grand prize winner for Phase 1!


PHASE 1 Winners & Links to Entries Below:


Problem #6 - Line Segment Intersection - Winner Announced: "BradleyKuszmaul"

Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here!

For more on how the sixth problem was judged and how your entry compares check out Clay's latest post in the Line Segment Intersection Forum
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Problem #5 - Knapsack - Winner Announced:  "matteocilk.com"



Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here!

For more on how the fifth problem was judged and how your entry compares check out Clay's latest post in the
Knapsack Problem Forum.


Problem #4 - String Matching - Winner Announced:  "BradleyKuszmaul"


Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here!

For more on how the fourth problem was judged and how your entry compares check out Clay's latest post in the String Matching Forum.


Problem #3 - Searching - Winner Announced:  "denghui0815"



Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here!

For more on how the third problem was judged and how your entry compares check out Clay's latest post in the
Searching Forum.


Problem #2 - 3SAT - Winner Announced:  "haojn"


Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here!

For more on how the second problem was judged and how your entry compares check out Clay's latest post in the 3SAT Forum.

Problem #1 - Radix Sort - Winner Announced:  "denghui0815"


 
Check out the winning entry and other entries from this problem here!

For more on how the first problem was judged and how your entry compares check out Clay's latest post in the Radix Sort Forum.

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