AoCMM 2016

10.4 - 10.18

Number of teams: 118
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      Countries Represented: 24
            Continents Participating: 5 

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AoCMM 2016 Scoring Rubric

Understanding what sections of your paper are graded and how they are graded is crucial to the development of your paper.  *This rubric is for 2016 ONLY.

AoCMM 2015

9.11 - 9.13

Prize pool: $5,678
 
      Number of teams: 111
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            Countries Represented: 13

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AoCMM 2015 Scoring Rubric

Understanding what sections of your paper are graded and how they are graded is crucial to the development of your paper.  *This rubric is for 2015 ONLY.

This paper demonstrates a sufficient understanding of the first contest problem, but the competitors need to further enhance their math skills in order to develop an effective model for this problem.

#864 - Honorable Mention

Using normal distribution, this model solves the problem in an easily understandable manner, but lacks proper analysis. Better explanation and organization could largely improve this paper.

#905 - Gamma

With the unique computational Monte Carlo Simulation approach, this paper solves both of the problems effectively with only few minor flaws. However, some sections can be further elaborated to improve this paper.

#863 - Beta

This paper showed clear details on how the solution is arrived at. It would be a good idea to go further in depth with the explanations by using only relevant examples and information. Fix description formats and errors, and the result will be a more polished submission.

#985 - Alpha

The paper is neatly organized with all necessary parts which leaves a very good first impression. Both of the models use theoretical approach to the problems and derive the solution from pure theory, clearly demonstrating strong mathematical knowledge in probability distributions and spherical geometry.

#890 - Grand