The SIGMOD 2014 programming contest management system accepts submissions of the form [all.tar.gz]
(Here is a sample you can modify
Each submission must contain the following files/directories:
This shell script must take two arguments: [path_to_data_directory] and [path_to_query_file].
This script is responsible for running your executable file(s) that evaluate all of the queries
found in [path_to_query_file] on the data found in [path_to_data_directory],
and printing the results to standard output (stdout).
This file must contain information about the submission, including:
- the team name
- for each team member: full name, e-mail, institution, department, and degree program
- advisor/supervisor name (if any)
- a brief description of techniques used for executing queries
- all the third party code used
This directory must contain all of the source code.
The executable file(s) called by run.sh must be located outside this directory.
This shell script must be able to compile the source contained in the src directory.
The produced executable file(s) must be located within the src directory.
These files must equivalent to the ready-to-execute binary/executable files you provided.
Please ensure that the following command places run.sh and src/ in the current directory:
tar -zxvf all.tar.gz
Everything submitted must be open source under some license such that we can publish and make freely available
all the code from the finalists’ implementations.
Submissions which are not fully open source or which cannot be made freely available will be disqualified.
We request participants submit executable files so that their implementations can be evaluated
even if their submitted source code doesn't compile on our machine (due to compatibility issues, access right problems, etc.).
Before submission, please ensure that your output for our sample graph data and queries
is the same as the answers we provided.
If you have a question regarding the correctness of the provided answers,
please contact us at SIGMOD14contest@cs.albany.edu
Submissions will be evaluated and results will appear on the leaderboard
Teams are allowed to make several test submissions before their final submission.
Final submissions must be made by 11:59pm EDT, April 15, 2014.