Monthly optimization
Re: Monthly optimization
The current sequence of the first 10:
1. Milovan Kovačević  Majkl  Serbia
2. Davor Gavranović  Dado  Serbia
3. Gerhard Richter  Senior41  Germany
4. Zoran Tanasić  ZoranT  Serbia
5. Zafer Hüseyin Ergan  Zhergan  Turkey
6. Mihajlo Džudžar  Mihajlo  Serbia
7. Karolina Dzieżyc  Karolonka  Poland
8. Andrzej Zolynski  Andzol  Poland
9. Veronika Lengauer  Veronika  Germany
10. Nicolas Sigler  Puzlifouk  France
1. Milovan Kovačević  Majkl  Serbia
2. Davor Gavranović  Dado  Serbia
3. Gerhard Richter  Senior41  Germany
4. Zoran Tanasić  ZoranT  Serbia
5. Zafer Hüseyin Ergan  Zhergan  Turkey
6. Mihajlo Džudžar  Mihajlo  Serbia
7. Karolina Dzieżyc  Karolonka  Poland
8. Andrzej Zolynski  Andzol  Poland
9. Veronika Lengauer  Veronika  Germany
10. Nicolas Sigler  Puzlifouk  France
Re: Monthly optimization
Current Top 10:
1. Milovan Kovačević  Majkl  Serbia
2. Davor Gavranović  Dado  Serbia
3. Karolina Dzieżyc  Karolonka  Poland
4. Zoran Tanasić  Zorant  Serbia
5. Zafer Hüseyin Ergan  Zhergan  Turkey
6. Gülçin Sabancý  Gsabanci  Turkey
7. Urmas Raude  UrRa  Estonia
8. Vefa Kurt  Kurtvefa  Turkey
9. Nicolas Sigler  Puzlifouk  France
10. Elzabeta Jurković  Elza  Serbia
1. Milovan Kovačević  Majkl  Serbia
2. Davor Gavranović  Dado  Serbia
3. Karolina Dzieżyc  Karolonka  Poland
4. Zoran Tanasić  Zorant  Serbia
5. Zafer Hüseyin Ergan  Zhergan  Turkey
6. Gülçin Sabancý  Gsabanci  Turkey
7. Urmas Raude  UrRa  Estonia
8. Vefa Kurt  Kurtvefa  Turkey
9. Nicolas Sigler  Puzlifouk  France
10. Elzabeta Jurković  Elza  Serbia
Re: Monthly optimization
The new order of the first 10:
1. Milovan Kovačević  Majkl  Serbia
2. Karolina Dzieżyc  Karolonka  Poland
3. Davor Gavranović  Dado  Serbia
4. Gülçin Sabancý  Gsabanci  Turkey
5. Zafer Hüseyin Ergan  Zhergan  Turkey
6. Zoran Tanasić  Zorant  Serbia
7. Vefa Kurt  Kurtvefa  Turkey
8. Nicolas Sigler  Puzlifouk  France
9. Urmas Raude  UrRa  Estonia
10. Elzabeta Jurković  Elza  Serbia
1. Milovan Kovačević  Majkl  Serbia
2. Karolina Dzieżyc  Karolonka  Poland
3. Davor Gavranović  Dado  Serbia
4. Gülçin Sabancý  Gsabanci  Turkey
5. Zafer Hüseyin Ergan  Zhergan  Turkey
6. Zoran Tanasić  Zorant  Serbia
7. Vefa Kurt  Kurtvefa  Turkey
8. Nicolas Sigler  Puzlifouk  France
9. Urmas Raude  UrRa  Estonia
10. Elzabeta Jurković  Elza  Serbia

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Re: Monthly optimization
Hi. I took part in one of these some time ago. I seem to remember there was a high score table somewhere.
Can you let me know where that is please (if it exists), and how to submit an answer for the optimiser?
Thanks.
Can you let me know where that is please (if it exists), and how to submit an answer for the optimiser?
Thanks.
Re: Monthly optimization
PuzzleScot wrote:Hi. I took part in one of these some time ago. I seem to remember there was a high score table somewhere.
Can you let me know where that is please (if it exists), and how to submit an answer for the optimiser?
Thanks.
Re: Monthly optimization
In memoriam Georg Filser
As suggested by our friend Zafer, this puzzle is in tribute to Georg Filser, the author of numerous great optimizations on LMD web site, devotee and master of filomino, who passed away this July.
http://enigmatika.webs.com/leagueoptimizers2016th.htm
As suggested by our friend Zafer, this puzzle is in tribute to Georg Filser, the author of numerous great optimizations on LMD web site, devotee and master of filomino, who passed away this July.
http://enigmatika.webs.com/leagueoptimizers2016th.htm
Re: Monthly optimization
Hi to all,
On 21th of july I've learned that Georg Filser (aka geophil) had passed away from the
site Logic Masters Deutschland e.V. We haven't met personally but we have wrote each other
via Logic Masters forum site. I felt very sad when I've heard his passing Then towards the end of
july I told Jovan my idea about an optimizer dedicated to Georg and now here it is. I want to thank
Jovan realizing such an idea very quickly. There were some nominees for the puzzle type and fillomino
was one of them. In june 2007 there was a fillomino optimizer published on LM site. Bernhard Seckinger
(aka Berni) mentioned that the idea for that optimizer and also the puzzle itself came from Georg.
So I think this one fits good here. I hope that there will be more puzzlers dealing with this nice task
till deadline which is on 18th of september. I know there exists lots of optimization addict good puzzlers.
I hope that they want to give a try in this one to honour Georg. Rest in peace Georg..
Kind regards,
Zafer
On 21th of july I've learned that Georg Filser (aka geophil) had passed away from the
site Logic Masters Deutschland e.V. We haven't met personally but we have wrote each other
via Logic Masters forum site. I felt very sad when I've heard his passing Then towards the end of
july I told Jovan my idea about an optimizer dedicated to Georg and now here it is. I want to thank
Jovan realizing such an idea very quickly. There were some nominees for the puzzle type and fillomino
was one of them. In june 2007 there was a fillomino optimizer published on LM site. Bernhard Seckinger
(aka Berni) mentioned that the idea for that optimizer and also the puzzle itself came from Georg.
So I think this one fits good here. I hope that there will be more puzzlers dealing with this nice task
till deadline which is on 18th of september. I know there exists lots of optimization addict good puzzlers.
I hope that they want to give a try in this one to honour Georg. Rest in peace Georg..
Kind regards,
Zafer
Re: Monthly optimization
If you don't normally try optimizing, this is a good one to start with.
The rules are simple: Fit a fillomino solution into the mostlyempty grid, using digits 19.
Your score is the sum of all digits used, so using big numbers is good.
But also for every row and column: if there are x different digits in that row/column then you add x^2 points to your score. So using a variety of numbers is good.
There is an Excel sheet that calculates the score for you. See example of a solution here.
I haven't spent much time on it, it's not obvious what approach gives the best scores...
The rules are simple: Fit a fillomino solution into the mostlyempty grid, using digits 19.
Your score is the sum of all digits used, so using big numbers is good.
But also for every row and column: if there are x different digits in that row/column then you add x^2 points to your score. So using a variety of numbers is good.
There is an Excel sheet that calculates the score for you. See example of a solution here.
I haven't spent much time on it, it's not obvious what approach gives the best scores...
Re: Monthly optimization
The current top 10:
1. Anti Sõlg  Anti  Estonia
2. Krešimir Stracenski  Strac  Croatia
3. Gerhard Richter  Senior41  Germany
4. Stefano Forcolin  Stefano  Italy
5. Sebastian Matschke  Semax  Germany
6. Zafer Huseyin Ergan  Zhergan  Turkey
7. Zoran Tanasić  Zorant  Serbia
8. Karolina Dzieżyc  Karolonka  Poland
9. Vladimir Burik  Mihalich  Ukraine
10. Milovan Kovačević  Majkl  Serbia
1. Anti Sõlg  Anti  Estonia
2. Krešimir Stracenski  Strac  Croatia
3. Gerhard Richter  Senior41  Germany
4. Stefano Forcolin  Stefano  Italy
5. Sebastian Matschke  Semax  Germany
6. Zafer Huseyin Ergan  Zhergan  Turkey
7. Zoran Tanasić  Zorant  Serbia
8. Karolina Dzieżyc  Karolonka  Poland
9. Vladimir Burik  Mihalich  Ukraine
10. Milovan Kovačević  Majkl  Serbia
Re: Monthly optimization
The October optimization  Skyscrapers
Re: Monthly optimization
The December optimization  It's time for a Christmas tree
http://enigmatika.webs.com/leagueoptimizers2016th.htm
http://enigmatika.webs.com/leagueoptimizers2016th.htm
Re: Monthly optimization
February optimization  SUDOKU outinside