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New GRID WARS Contest Now Open
Posted Tue October 21, 2003 @01:31PM
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Announcements Engineered Intelligence Corporation (EI) announced a new version of the popular GRID WARS parallel programming challenge, where competing programs written in CxC (“C by C”) fight for survival of the fittest in a grid of processors, will be held live in EI’s Booth #2019 at the SC2003 Conference in Phoenix, November 18-21. HP and Microsoft are sponsoring “GRID WARS Interactive” and are providing the computing platform and prizes.

In EI’s booth, attendees will select from warriors submitted through and have their choices loaded into a live GRID WARS Interactive battle, where they will fight for control of virtual parallel processors. Attendees who select winning warriors will be awarded prizes from HP and Microsoft.

Those interested in parallel computing can enter warriors by downloading the Grid Wars Interactive challenge kit from, which includes ALL previously submitted warriors. Prizes will be awarded to those who submit the most winning warriors at SC2003. Details available on the web site.

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