Prospects of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Thinking about the prospect of Bangladesh

On some points we Bangladeshis are very prospective, several causes I can show you.

1. Hardworking mentality.
2. Clear determination.
3. Take things positively.
4. Always do great upon challenges.
5. Have huge crowd to walk towards future.
6. Nice environment and halal foods to live a life.
7. Globally an awesome weather round the year.
8. A lot of new things to develop and prove one's potentiality.

If you do not have any correlation with our existing resources then, how you will develop future or re-organize your life??

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

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Thursday, August 1, 2013

PC^2 using instruction for the contestant.

California State University, Sacramento’s

Contestant’s GuideThis guide is intended to familiarize you with the process of submitting
programs to Contest Judges using the PC2 (“P-C-Squared”) Programming
Contest Control system. Starting PC2 will bring up the PC2 login screen, shown
To login to PC2, click once on the Name box on the login screen, enter your
assigned team ID, press the TAB key or click on the Password box, then enter
your assigned password. Your team ID will be of the form teamxx, where xx is
your assigned team number (for example, “team3” or “team12”). After entering
your team name and password, click on the Logon button.
PC2 Contestant’s Guide 2
Submitting a Program to the JudgesOnce the system accepts your login, you will be at the PC2 Main Menu screen,
shown below. Note that the team ID (“team1” in this case) and the team’s site
location (“CSUS” in this case) are displayed in the title bar, and the amount of
time remaining in the contest is displayed below the title bar.
Clicking on the SUBMIT tab near the top of the screen displays the Submit
Run screen, which is shown above.
Clicking in the Problem field will display a list of the contest problems; choose
the problem for which you wish to submit a program (called a “run”) to the
Judges (in the example, a problem named “Bowling” has been chosen).
Clicking in the Language field will display a list of the programming languages
allowed in the contest; choose the language used by the program that you wish
to submit to the Judges (in the example, “Java” has been chosen).
To submit a program to the Judges, you must specify the name of the file
containing your main program. Click on the Select button to invoke the “File
Dialog” which lets you locate and select your main file. The Dialog lets you
automatically navigate to the correct path and file location (in the example, the
main program file “C:\work\” has been selected).
PC2 Contestant’s Guide 3

If your program consists of more than one file, you must enter the additional file

names in the Additional Files box. Click the Add button to invoke the dialog
which lets you locate and select your additional files; select a file in the box and
click the Remove button to remove a previously-selected file.
Important: you must specify the name of your main program file in the Main
File field, not in the Additional Files box! Select only source code files for
submission to the Judges. Do not submit data files or executable files.

Test Runs

Once you have selected the problem, language, and file(s) to be submitted to
the Judges, you should click the Test button. This will make a “TEST RUN”,
meaning it will compile and execute your program on your machine, using an
environment as nearly identical to that of the Judges as possible (except that it
will use your data file, not the Judge’s data file).
It is important to make a TEST RUN before submitting your program to the
Judges. Just because your program runs the way you intend in the
“development environment” in which you created it does NOT mean that it will
necessarily run precisely the same way in the Judge’s environment. Making a
TEST RUN will check this. Test Runs do not count against your score in the
contest, but they may save you a lot of time and penalty points by identifying
environment problems or differences before you submit the program to the
NOTE: prior to making a TEST RUN, you must insure that the data file for the
program exists, in the same directory as the program file(s).
Once you are satisfied with the results of your Test Run, click the Submit
button. The following confirmation will appear; verify the data and then click
on Submit to confirm the submission and send the run to the judges.
PC2 Contestant’s Guide 4
Once a run has been submitted to the Judges, you will receive a confirmation
message on your screen similar to the example shown below.
This message indicates that the Judges successfully received your submission.
After reading the submission confirmation message, click the Close button to
delete it. NOTE: the confirmation only indicates that the Judges have received
your submission, not that it has been judged. The time it takes to find out the
result of your submission depends on how busy the Judges are at the time you
submit the program.
Run Results
When the Judges finish judging your submitted program, a “Submission
Judgement” message similar to the one shown below will pop up on your
screen (provided that PC2 is still running on your machine). The Submission
Judgement message identifies the submission and includes an indication of
whether the submitted program correctly solved the problem or not.
PC2 Contestant’s Guide 5
To view the status of all runs you have submitted, first click the RUNS tab near
the top of the Main screen, then click the Refresh button. This will produce a
display similar to the one shown below. Note that the Runs display does not
update dynamically; it is necessary to push the Refresh button to update the
Run Display status.1
The refreshed Runs display shown here, taken with 4 hours 27 minutes left in
the contest, indicates that three runs (for different problems and with different
submission times) have been submitted by the team. Only two of the runs have
been evaluated by the Judges; runs waiting to be evaluated show a status of
“New”. The submission time is in “minutes since the start of the contest”.
The columns on the Runs display can be resized by clicking in the column
header margin and sliding the margin left or right. The Runs display can be
sorted based on any column by clicking in the desired column header. Clicking
again in the column header will toggle the sort between ascending and
descending order. (The small triangle in the TIME column header indicates that
the display shown is currently sorted in ascending order of submission time.)
1 Note: the Contest Administrator has a mechanism which allows suppression of the display of run status near the end of a
contest; you will only be able to see the status of runs which were submitted prior to the suppression time determined by
the Contest Administrator. Check with your Contest Administrator to determine what suppression time, if any, is being
PC2 Contestant’s Guide 6
Clarification Requests
If you feel that one of the Contest problem statements is ambiguous, you may
submit a “Clarification Request” to the Judges. To submit a Clarification
Request, click the Clarifications tab near the top of the Main screen. This will
bring up a display similar to the following:
If the Judges have previously sent any Clarification Responses to your team
(for example, due to a Clarification Request submitted by some other team), the
responses will be listed in the grid as shown above.
To view the complete text of a previous Clarification Request (and the Judge’s
Response if there is one yet), click the corresponding row in the grid and then
push the View Clar button. The columns in the Clarification display grid can be
resized and sorted in the same way as previously described for the Runs
PC2 Contestant’s Guide 7
To send a new Clarification Request to the Judges, click the Request Clar
button. This will produce a display similar to the one shown below.
Click on the Select A Problem field to select the problem about which you wish
a clarification (in the example, the “Bowling” problem has been selected), then
click in the large text area in the middle. Type the text of your question, then
click the Submit button to send the Clarification Request to the Judges.
When the Judges respond (which may take a while, depending on how busy
they are and on the nature of your Clarification Request), you will receive an
automatic message displayed on your screen similar to the automatic response
messages for submitted runs.
Note that while the Judges in a contest will consider requests for clarification of
ambiguities in a problem statement, they will not normally respond to other
types of questions. If you submit a “Clarification Request” which asks about
something which the Judges feel is adequately covered in the problem
statement, they may simply respond to your Clarification Request with an
answer such as “No Response – Read the Problem Statement”.
PC2 Contestant’s Guide 8
Changing Your Password
To change your PC2 password, click on the Settings tab on the Main screen.
This will display a screen similar to the following,:
Enter the correct current password, then enter the new password and reenter
the same new password in the “Confirmed” text box. Finally, click the Change
Password button.
Exiting PC2
The Exit button logs your team out and shuts down PC2 on your machine. This
does not affect the status of runs or clarification requests previously submitted,
and any Run or Clarification responses sent by the Judges while PC2 is shut
down will be viewable in the corresponding grids the next time you login. Note
however that the dynamic “instant notification” messages which pop up on your
screen to notify you of responses from the Judges will not appear unless you
are logged in to PC2.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

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