SIG-Game is a special interest group for Missouri S&T students that develops and hosts artificial intelligence programming competitions on S&T's campus in Rolla, Missouri.
Last weekend you guys came out to chopped down many trees and built many lodges. And some were victorious! Here are your tournament winners:
This tournament is only eligible students: no alumni, SIG-Game developers, or sponsors. Prizes were awarded at the awards ceremony on Saturday.
dumbfreshman were indeed two [smart] freshmen students. Lookout future competitors for these guys!
This tournament includes everyone. No awards beyond the prize of being the best at Stumped!
We’d like to thank everyone involved, from our generous sponsors, and our developers, to our competitors.
If you’d like to see how the entire brackets worked you can find the student results here, and the global results here. They can be [partially] played back in our Bracket Visualizer (drag and drop the files into the white page).
As always, all our code we used is open source if you want play with it. You can find it all on GitHub.
Thanks, and we hope to see you all next semester for MegaMinerAI 20.
SIG Game is a student operated organization dedicated to developing an AI vs AI game to be hosted at the biggest programming competition in Rolla, MegaMinerAI. We utilize many programming languages, tools and development strategies standard to the Computer Science Industry. Our members gain valuable experience on one of our five development teams: Arena, Game, Public Relations, Visualizer, and Web. SIG-Game offers experience working on a real team, with fellow students and mentors to learn and grow as a software developer. We accept new members of all skill levels and majors, so don't hesitate to contact us.