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Fourth (Open) Answer Set Programming Competition - 2013
The Fourth Answer Set Programming Competition is an open event: any system based on a declarative problem solving language can participate.
Call for Participant Systems open.
- Problem selection stage:
- Aug 31th, 2012 - Problem submission deadline.
- Competition stage:
Feb 2nd, 2013 - Participant registration deadline
Mar 1st, 2013 - Model & Solve participant submission deadline
Mar 1st, 2013 - System participant submission deadline
News and updates
The Call for participation is out!
Nov 16th, 2012 - ASP-Core-2 Specification is out!
May 11th, 2012 - Call for Benchmarks available.
- May 7th, 2012 - Webpage started.
What is the Open ASP Competition?
The Open ASP Competition has two tracks: the Model & Solve Track and the System Track.
In the Model & Solve Track, a number of problem domain specifications are given, together with a set of instances thereof. All you need to participate is a system able to model using a declarative specification paradigm of any sort, and some manpower for preparing benchmark solutions. Winners are awarded on the basis of their time performance and, for optimization problems, on the basis of the quality of their solutions. Note that we are more interested at comparing systems and their performance on standard problems, rather than measuring the modelling 'trickery' of participants: this is why you will have several months for preparing declarative specifications and your system, so to make affordable the burden of modelling a number of problems, also for small teams. Problem specification can be freely exchanged among participants whenever they use the same input language.
The System Track is reserved to Answer Set Programming systems, able to cope with a fixed problem specification language. The 4th ASP Competition will be held on an extension of ASP-Core called ASP-Core-2.
To have an idea of the type of problems involved and what we measure on competitors, you might want to visit the official problem list and Rules & Scoring system (the official document for the 4th Competition to be announced soon).
- Competition Categories
The competition features two distinct tracks:
- Former competitions:
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