|# Time Attack||
This is a competition held online for a certain period of time (usually 3 to 7days) and you can participate at any time within this period.
From the moment you activate password, you can solve the puzzle within the given time (test duration) and submit the answers.
Participation is possible if the test duration remains less than the end of the competition, but it will officially end at the end of the test specified.
Competitions are held online at the same time around the world, and passwords are automatically provided to all participants at the specified time. The participant solves the puzzle and submits the answer within the time period from the moment of verifying the password.
When it is necessary to proceed to the finals, the participant must use a web camera or mobile phone to transmit their puzzle solving to the video system in a real time.
If the transmission fails or if outsiders other than the player are exposed on the screen, you will be disqualified.
The players will attend at the (separated into small scales) official offline venue to participate in the competition, the time given for the competition will be the same as in #Real Time.
The IB (Instruction Booklet) is open to the public in advance and can be practiced, but the PB (Problem Booklet) is printed out and provided by the group supervisor at a fixed time.
The correct answer should be entered and submitted using the tablet or smartphone that each player brought
|# Upcoming||This page shows information about the current or upcoming competitions. This page is shown as a table with the following contents.
1) Scheduled – Promote only the schedule of future competitions
2) Ready – This is the situation in which the preparation for the competition is completed and the Instruction Booklet has been uploaded
3) Done – This is the ended competition
4) Canceled – This is a canceled competition
Data on the finished competition will be uploaded so that you can check the results of the competition.
Depending on the competition, regular membership may be required to download competition materials.
|# Tryout||This is a space to experience the competition in advance if you are entering the competition for the first time.|
|# IB (Instruction Booklet)||This is an information file that is announced one to two weeks before the start of the competition, and includes the operation method of the competition, the type of puzzle to be presented, the number of points, and the correct answer input method.
|# PB (Problem Booklet)||
This is a contest problem file that is announced 30 minutes before the start of the contest. It can be downloaded, but the file cannot be opened or printed because the password is set.
You can check the password when it is announced, and click the [Show Password & Start] button on the screen to view it
From this point on, the timer starts to indicate the remaining time.
|# SB (Solution Booklet)||This is the correct answer file released after the competition ends.|
|# Standard Grading||The scoring method basically follows Standard Grading, and the results are released collectively after the competition is over (after all rounds have been completed).
|# Instant Grading||Depending on the competition, the Instant Grading method may be applied, and each time you submit a question, you can check whether the answer is correct for each question. If the answer is found to be incorrect, the answer can be revised and re-submitted, and deductions will be applied to the points assigned to the question for each correction as follows.
- 1st Revision: 90% of the original points
- 2nd Revision: 70% of the original points
- 3rd Revisions: 40% of the original points
- Modified more than 4 times: No allocation of points for the question is recognized
|# Bonus Claim (Finish!)||If the answer is completed earlier than the given competition time, you can click the [Finish!] button to end the competition earlier
However, the bonus point system is not operated, and the information on the submission time is used to determine the rankings for tied players.
|# Partial Score||We do not operate a partial score system, and the answers must be perfectly matched.
(If multiple answers are required in one question, all answers must match.)