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#99311 - 2003-03-12 06:51 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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ok, now you have new rule once again.
well, I just keep coding, maybe you can decide what really is golfed here before sunday.
if you can, I thank you before hand.
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#99312 - 2003-03-12 06:58 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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Jens,

I am lost. Reading the thread a second time, I have no idea what is going on.

If I read the objective of the competition correctly, then the final winner must create a program that generates a list that truly minimizes the possible 'dead time' on the CD. Any program that doesn’t generate this optimum result can not win no matter how few keystrokes that it may contain. Also, the solution must work in general, not just with your examples.

The more I think about it in this light, the more convinced that I become that this is a classical linear programming (LP) problem & the objective of the contest is to program something like the Simplex algorithm using the least number of key strokes. Because the problem is very simple (i.e. all the unknown x values can only take on values of 0 or 1) suggests one might be able to develop a specialized LP algorithm that significantly reduces the complexity & the number of keystrokes. My instinct is that this problem is more a serious math challenge than a programming challenge.

I don't believe that doing a large number of random pulls of samples from a play list can always guarantee an optimal solution. (Is this what you mean by Monte-Carlo Jens?) By varying the seeds for the random pulls & increasing the number of pulls, you could get all the correct specific solutions given by your “gold method” but I don’t see how this would work in general. Of course, all LP methods could be construed as constrained random walks that eventually converge to an optimal solution. Thus in a generic sense these methods might be referred to as Monte-Carlo solution methods. (Or is this what you mean by Monte-Carlo Jens?)

Also, any pulled sample based upon size ranking within the list can't guarantee an optimal solution. In fact starting with the longest songs would tend to generate semi-optimal solutions that minimized the number of songs on a CD. But again, your description of a Limited Search could be construed as a simplified explanation of an LP algorithm.

Another point is that an LP formulism implies that multiple optimal solutions are possible because the solution matrix is underspecified. Thus one could get 2 or more optimal solutions with the same gap but different selections lists. On the other hand, if you get 2 “optimal” solutions with different gaps then this implies that your algorithm is not correct.

If Richard is using the brute force method than his solution is equivalent to an LP solution & it is indeed a perfect solution.

Another thought is maybe this “Gold standard” that you refer to uses the combined limited & Monte-Carlo approach with a different objective in mind. Maybe minimizing "dead time" on a CD is a secondary objective. If you wanted to generate a set of CD that had a balanced mix but didn't leave too much dead time, then a random pull followed by a ranking followed by a straight count off method might work very well.

PS: Got to go for lunch now but I will look in after.

[ 12. March 2003, 19:04: Message edited by: Jack Lothian ]
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#99313 - 2003-03-12 07:33 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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Jack:

This 'Gold Standard' was calculated using a Monte-Carlo-Method followed by a Limited Search. However, as Richard already proved, there might be better solutions that actually fill the CD completely.

OTOH, there might not be a combination of songs for a given CD that actually fill the complete CD without gap. Thus, the rules specify that the gap has to be minimized without exceeding the media length.

I think that those two statements in the rules are pretty clear. It does not matter what the actual song indices are. As some of the song lists contain songs with the same length, one algorithm might choose song 17, whereas the other algorithm chooses song 18, if both songs have the same length. This is not a deciding factor.

Now, if you would like to go the LP way, yes, that is entirely possible. I think that both the MC and LS methods, however, might speed up the execution time compared to LP as you are seeding potential solutions. There are definitely different ways to solve the problem.

The solution should work in general, though the provided CD sets are a good cross-section.

Also, there cannot be two 'optimal' solutions with different gaps, as in that case one solution did not minimize the gap. Thus, you end up with just one 'optimal' solution.
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#99314 - 2003-03-12 08:06 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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so once again, is the ruling now that the winner is the code with the optimal average length and if there is multiple of those, the one with best golf score?

as for now, the testcode says I have valid code and it's score is lowest, so I post that too:
quote:
Average CD Length = 44.59
Average Gap = 0.41
Average Gap [%] = 0.92

KiXtart
KiXtart Version = 4.21 Release Candidate 1
KiXGolf Script = kixgolf_cd.kix

Computer
OS = Windows 2000 Professional
CPU = Intel Pentium III
Speed = 797 MHz
Memory = 375 MB

KiXGolf Scoring Engine
Scoring Engine = 3.0.3

KiXtart Golf Score
Tournament = KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
Processing Start = 2003/03/12 20:51:02.969
Processing End = 2003/03/12 21:05:41.212
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:14:38.243
# Loops = 100
# Processed CDs = 12
# Valid CDs = 12
# G.S. Matched CDs = 2
# G.S. Exceeded CDs = 2
KiXGolf Result = Valid CD Sorter (Room For Improvement)
KiXGolf Score = 238

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#99315 - 2003-03-12 08:14 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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Jooel:

Richards results:
quote:
Average CD Length = 44.85
Average Gap = 0.15
Average Gap [%] = 0.33

I think he's slightly better.
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#99316 - 2003-03-12 08:18 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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The point I was making was I think that only the LP & brute force methods generate optimal results consistently. Maybe the MC & LS methods might be faster or maybe even take less key strokes but that is irrelevant if they don't generate optimal results all the time.

If I am reading the thread correctly, Richard has shown that the brute force method generates at least one solution more "optimal" than the Gold Standard. If this is so,it is proof that this strategey doesn't consistently generate optimal results.

Also, what exactly do you mean by Monte-Carlo? Is this just a simple random selection process or is it something more complicated?

PS: I not sure that I understand your reference to seeding in LP solution. If you wanted to minimize key strokes, I suggest you could seed the first iteration with x(1)=x(2)=..=X(n)=0 but if your playlist were always small you could seed it with the first m elements whose sum fits below the threshold. This would converge very fast in the examples given. Maybe with less than 10 iterations in the cases shown.

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#99317 - 2003-03-12 08:19 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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yeah, in the means of gap.
do you see my question in previous post?
or should I take this as you compare the results and then decide which is better?
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#99318 - 2003-03-12 08:38 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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As far as I understand it the Monte Carlo method creates a random subset of all potential outcomes based on specific constraints. In our case, you have for example 3 songs. Thus, you have the following potential outcomes
code:
1
2
3
12
13
23
123

The Monte-Carlo Method would create a subset of e.g. three potential outcomes that it generates randomly, e.g.
code:
1
12
23

or
code:
12
23
123

Then, only this subset is tested whether it fulfills the constraint of sum of all song lenghs smaller than media length and gap is minimized.

However, this apporach inplies that you might miss the 'perfect solution'. Thus,a limited search is appended, which checks if you can either add songs or substitute songs in order to minimize the gap further. Nevertheless, even this approach might miss the 'perfect' solution.

So, if you want the perfect solution all the time, either BF or LP will always give it to you. However, you might not finish running the script within the allotted time.
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#99319 - 2003-03-12 08:54 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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In the examples given, I believe that any LP algorithm would be very fast but the number of keystrokes used would be very high.

Because the constraint matrix is really 2 joined identity matices, I suspect that somewhere in the literature a specialized solution has been developed for this problem that significantly reduces the complexity of the problem. Find this & you may have a winner.
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#99320 - 2003-03-12 10:04 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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jens, the problem your task has is that you don't say what is approved as optimal.

you just say better.
this leaves all the judging not to rules but to you per code.

if we go for optimal, we should do a script that does full scan for all possibilities and see the perfect results and then say those are the optimal scores.

now, there is nothing to hang on.

just like jack pointed in side note, this looks like not golf but mathematical course.
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#99321 - 2003-03-12 10:51 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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Here's my last run. Some of the code chooses randomly, so don't know when or if I can repeat this.

quote:

CD #1
Title = 70's Super Funk
Song #s = 12,13,14,2,15,4,16,11
CD Length = 44.9975
CD Gap = 0.00250000000000483
CD Gap [%] = 0.00555555555556629
Opt. Length = 44.996
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #2
Title = Partridge Family Unlimited
Song #s = 16,2,20,6
CD Length = 44.9926
CD Gap = 0.00739999999999696
CD Gap [%] = 0.0164444444444377
Opt. Length = 44.9363
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #3
Title = Three Tenors in Antarctica, Again!
Song #s = 10,12,14,13,6,15,1,5,2,8,11,4
CD Length = 44.9971
CD Gap = 0.0029000000000039
CD Gap [%] = 0.00644444444445311
Opt. Length = 44.9581
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #4
Title = Support Your Local KiXGolfer
Song #s = 32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39
CD Length = 44.8
CD Gap = 0.199999999999996
CD Gap [%] = 0.444444444444435
Opt. Length = 44.7
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #5
Title = ABBA Bubba!
Song #s = 12,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28
CD Length = 44.9914
CD Gap = 0.00860000000000838
CD Gap [%] = 0.0191111111111297
Opt. Length = 44.9574
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #6
Title = Songs You Never Wanted Your Teenage Daughter To Know About
Song #s = 8,4,5,1,2,7
CD Length = 44.6
CD Gap = 0.399999999999991
CD Gap [%] = 0.88888888888887
Opt. Length = 44.5
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #7
Title = Moon Rocks!
Song #s = 9,10,23,28,27,7,12,32,36,20,19,14,24,39,25,2,26,13,34,5,18,31,21,17,35,37,40,4
CD Length = 45
CD Gap = 0
CD Gap [%] = 0
Opt. Length = 44.9992
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #8
Title = Ruud's Favs
Song #s = 1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16
CD Length = 44.5842
CD Gap = 0.415800000000004
CD Gap [%] = 0.92400000000001
Opt. Length = 44.5842
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #9
Title = MTV Presents: KiXtart Rulez!
Song #s = 31,21,19,35,45,11,43,7,15,44,18,29,24,28,9,26,6,3,37,1,23
CD Length = 45
CD Gap = 0
CD Gap [%] = 0
Opt. Length = 44.9995
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #10
Title = Songs From the Programmer's Abyss
Song #s = 25
CD Length = 44.999
CD Gap = 0.000999999999997669
CD Gap [%] = 0.00222222222221704
Opt. Length = 44.999
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #11
Title = Just Noise (100% Pure White Noise)
Song #s = 60,69,57,68,27
CD Length = 44.25
CD Gap = 0.75
CD Gap [%] = 1.66666666666667
Opt. Length = 44.25
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

CD #12
Title = Cazy Jens And the KIXGolfers
Song #s = 66,76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84
CD Length = 44.9999
CD Gap = 9.99999999962142E-005
CD Gap [%] = 0.000222222222213809
Opt. Length = 44.9987
CD has been fully optimized
A valid CD has been created

Average CD Length = 44.850975
Average Gap = 0.149025
Average Gap [%] = 0.331166666666667

KiXtart
KiXtart Version = 4.20
KiXGolf Script = kixgolf_cd.kix

Computer
OS = Windows XP Professional
CPU = Intel Pentium III
Speed = 730 MHz
Memory = 126 MB

KiXGolf Scoring Engine
Scoring Engine = 3.0.3

KiXtart Golf Score
Tournament = KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
Processing Start = 2003/03/12 16:40:27.97
Processing End = 2003/03/12 16:48:39.419
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:08:12.322
# Loops = 1
# Processed CDs = 12
# Valid CDs = 12
# Optimized CDs = 12
KiXGolf Result = Perfect CD Sorter
KiXGolf Score = 737

Thank you for participating in KiXtart Golf!

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#99322 - 2003-03-12 11:23 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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First of all, I'd like to apologize for the confusion creted by the ambiguous rules.

If everybody agrees that this would be a fair change, then I would like to change the two rules/constraints for the CD Sorter algorithm as follows:
  • sum(songList(indexList)) <= mediaLength, with mediaLength=45 minutes, thus sum<45
  • gap = (mediaLength - sum(songList(indexList))) is smaller than 1 minute, thus gap<1
As long as you have a total song lengh of <=45 and a gap of <1 your code is valid and will compete solely on the merits of it's KiXGolf score.

[ 12. March 2003, 23:39: Message edited by: sealeopard ]
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#99323 - 2003-03-12 11:36 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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oh, that is better.
but, I thought the media was minutes [Razz]

so, sure I have pieces in this light to improve.
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#99324 - 2003-03-12 11:43 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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I'll be around for another 20 minutes. If nobody objects I will update the scripts accordingly and restate the tasks, rules, and constraints.

[ 13. March 2003, 00:21: Message edited by: sealeopard ]
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#99325 - 2003-03-13 12:26 AM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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Update:

Rule Change: Due to some discussion during the tournament the second constraint has been changed. You no longer need to 'minimize' the gap. It is sufficient if the gap is less than 1 minute.
All documentation has been updated accordingly and the KIXGOLF_CD.ZIP package at http://people.bu.edu/jenmeyer/kixtart/kixgolf_cd.zip also reflects this rule change. My apologies.

Constraints:
  • sum(songList(indexList)) <= mediaLength, with mediaLength = 45 minutes and
  • gap = (mediaLength - sum(songList(indexList))) <1 minute
All results submitted so far fulfill these constraints.

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#99326 - 2003-03-13 12:37 AM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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sorry to ask once more [Wink]
I understand by your stating that "all are qualified this far" that you are not talking about individual cd-gaps but the average?
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#99327 - 2003-03-13 04:05 AM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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Jooel:

The gap of each CD has to be less than one minute.

Richard submitted a valid run at http://www.kixtart.org/board/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=14;t=000491;p=4#000082

Maciep submitted a valid run at http://www.kixtart.org/board/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=14;t=000491;p=5#000111

Jooel, your submission at http://www.kixtart.org/board/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=14;t=000491;p=3#000073 seems to have a problem with CD8 as the gap is larger than one minute.
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#99328 - 2003-03-13 01:21 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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Two results.

Result 1 is "best fit".

Result 2 is "less than one minute gap".

Result 2 is 5 bytes shorter ("1" instead of "0.0001" [Smile] ) and is much, much quicker.

As before, this is a linear approach so the results will be identical each time - there is no gain in running the process 100 times.

I made a speed-up change to the best fit which has brought the run time down from 1:40:00 to 1:10:00, but I may have lost some accuracy, so will try with the speed-up backed out.

RESULT 1 : BEST FIT
code:
CD #1
Title = 70's Super Funk
Song #s = 20,19,16,15,13,7,6,5
CD Length = 44.9999
CD Gap = 0.0001
CD Gap [%] = 0.0002
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:54:49.775
Processing End = 2003/03/13 10:56:06.681
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:01:16.905

CD #2
Title = Partridge Family Unlimited
Song #s = 17,10,9,5,4
CD Length = 44.9984
CD Gap = 0.0016
CD Gap [%] = 0.0036
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:56:06.681
Processing End = 2003/03/13 10:56:07.916
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:01.235

CD #3
Title = Three Tenors in Antarctica, Again!
Song #s = 15,13,12,11,10,9,8,6,5,4,3
CD Length = 44.9947
CD Gap = 0.0053
CD Gap [%] = 0.0118
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:56:07.916
Processing End = 2003/03/13 10:56:11.385
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:03.469

CD #4
Title = Support Your Local KiXGolfer
Song #s = 40,39,38,37,36,35,34,25
CD Length = 44.8000
CD Gap = 0.2000
CD Gap [%] = 0.4444
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:56:11.385
Processing End = 2003/03/13 10:56:19.135
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:07.750

CD #5
Title = ABBA Bubba!
Song #s = 30,29,28,27,26,25,24,23,22,21,20,19,16,12,11,9,8,6,4
CD Length = 45.0000
CD Gap = 0.0000
CD Gap [%] = 0.0000
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled completely
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:56:19.135
Processing End = 2003/03/13 10:56:20.885
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:01.750

CD #6
Title = Songs You Never Wanted Your Teenage Daughter To Know About
Song #s = 8,7,5,4,3
CD Length = 44.5000
CD Gap = 0.5000
CD Gap [%] = 1.1111
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:56:20.900
Processing End = 2003/03/13 10:56:20.916
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.015

CD #7
Title = Moon Rocks!
Song #s = 40,39,38,37,36,35,34,33,32,31,30,29,28,27,26,25,24,23,22,21,2
0,18,13,11,9,6,3,2
CD Length = 44.9999
CD Gap = 0.0001
CD Gap [%] = 0.0002
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:56:20.916
Processing End = 2003/03/13 10:56:25.510
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:04.594

CD #8
Title = Ruud's Favs
Song #s = 20,19,18,17,16,15,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2
CD Length = 44.5842
CD Gap = 0.4158
CD Gap [%] = 0.9240
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:56:25.510
Processing End = 2003/03/13 10:58:23.760
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:01:58.250

CD #9
Title = MTV Presents: KiXtart Rulez!
Song #s = 50,49,48,47,46,45,44,43,42,41,40,39,38,37,36,35,34,33,32,31,3
0,29,28,27,25,22,21,20,19,16,13,5
CD Length = 44.9999
CD Gap = 0.0001
CD Gap [%] = 0.0002
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:58:23.760
Processing End = 2003/03/13 11:42:21.900
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:43:58.140

CD #10
Title = Songs From the Programmer's Abyss
Song #s = 50,49,48,47,46,45,44,43,42,41,40,39,38,37,36,35,34,33,32,31,3
0,29,28,27,26,24,23,22,21,20,19,16,15,14,13,8,7,6,4
CD Length = 44.9999
CD Gap = 0.0001
CD Gap [%] = 0.0002
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 11:42:21.900
Processing End = 2003/03/13 11:42:25.322
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:03.421

CD #11
Title = Just Noise (100% Pure White Noise)
Song #s = 70,69,68,67,50
CD Length = 44.2500
CD Gap = 0.7500
CD Gap [%] = 1.6667
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 11:42:25.322
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:05:58.963
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:23:33.641

CD #12
Title = Cazy Jens And the KIXGolfers
Song #s = 100,99,98,97,96,95,94,93,85,62,41
CD Length = 45.0000
CD Gap = 0.0000
CD Gap [%] = 0.0000
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled completely
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:05:58.963
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:06:03.244
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:04.280

Average CD Length = 44.84
Average Gap = 0.16
Average Gap [%] = 0.35

KiXtart
KiXtart Version = 4.20
KiXGolf Script = kixgolf_cd.kix

Computer
OS = Windows XP Professional
CPU = Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.00GHz
Speed = 2000 MHz
Memory = 247 MB

KiXGolf Scoring Engine
Scoring Engine = 3.0.3

KiXtart Golf Score
Tournament = KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 10:54:49.775
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:06:03.244
Duration = 0000/00/00 01:11:13.469
# Loops = 1
# Processed CDs = 12
# Valid CDs = 12
# Full CDs = 2
KiXGolf Result = Valid CD Filling
KiXGolf Score = 288

RESULT 2 : GAP SMALLER THAN 1 MINUTE
code:
CD #1
Title = 70's Super Funk
Song #s = 20,19,18,17,16,15,14,13
CD Length = 44.5116
CD Gap = 0.4884
CD Gap [%] = 1.0853
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.822
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.822
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.000

CD #2
Title = Partridge Family Unlimited
Song #s = 20,19,6
CD Length = 44.6494
CD Gap = 0.3506
CD Gap [%] = 0.7791
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.822
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.838
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.016

CD #3
Title = Three Tenors in Antarctica, Again!
Song #s = 15,14,13,12,11,10,9,8,7,6,4
CD Length = 44.5929
CD Gap = 0.4071
CD Gap [%] = 0.9047
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.838
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.838
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.000

CD #4
Title = Support Your Local KiXGolfer
Song #s = 40,39,38,37,36,35,34,25
CD Length = 44.8000
CD Gap = 0.2000
CD Gap [%] = 0.4444
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.838
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.838
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.000

CD #5
Title = ABBA Bubba!
Song #s = 30,29,28,27,26,25,24,23,22,21,20,19,18,17,16,15
CD Length = 44.8775
CD Gap = 0.1225
CD Gap [%] = 0.2722
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.838
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.838
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.000

CD #6
Title = Songs You Never Wanted Your Teenage Daughter To Know About
Song #s = 9,6,3
CD Length = 44.3000
CD Gap = 0.7000
CD Gap [%] = 1.5556
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.838
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.853
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.014

CD #7
Title = Moon Rocks!
Song #s = 40,39,38,37,36,35,34,33,32,31,30,29,28,27,26,25,24,23,22,21,2
0,19,18,17,15,14,13
CD Length = 44.9722
CD Gap = 0.0278
CD Gap [%] = 0.0618
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.853
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.853
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.000

CD #8
Title = Ruud's Favs
Song #s = 20,19,18,17,16,15,14,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3
CD Length = 44.1609
CD Gap = 0.8391
CD Gap [%] = 1.8647
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.853
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:09:33.541
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.687

CD #9
Title = MTV Presents: KiXtart Rulez!
Song #s = 50,49,48,47,46,45,44,43,42,41,40,39,38,37,36,35,34,33,32,31,3
0,29,28,27,26,25,23,22,21
CD Length = 44.9664
CD Gap = 0.0336
CD Gap [%] = 0.0747
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:33.541
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:16:53.635
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:07:20.094

CD #10
Title = Songs From the Programmer's Abyss
Song #s = 50,49,48,47,46,45,44,43,42,41,40,39,38,37,36,35,34,33,32,31,3
0,29,28,27,26,24,23,22,21,20,19,17,16,15,14,13,12,11,10,8
CD Length = 44.9014
CD Gap = 0.0986
CD Gap [%] = 0.2191
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:16:53.635
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:16:53.650
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.014

CD #11
Title = Just Noise (100% Pure White Noise)
Song #s = 70,69,68,67,50
CD Length = 44.2500
CD Gap = 0.7500
CD Gap [%] = 1.6667
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:16:53.650
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:18:09.353
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:01:15.703

CD #12
Title = Cazy Jens And the KIXGolfers
Song #s = 100,99,98,97,96,95,94,93,92,91,87
CD Length = 44.5786
CD Gap = 0.4214
CD Gap [%] = 0.9364
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:18:09.353
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:18:09.353
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.000

Average CD Length = 44.63
Average Gap = 0.37
Average Gap [%] = 0.82

KiXtart
KiXtart Version = 4.20
KiXGolf Script = kixgolf_cd.kix

Computer
OS = Windows XP Professional
CPU = Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.00GHz
Speed = 2000 MHz
Memory = 247 MB

KiXGolf Scoring Engine
Scoring Engine = 3.0.3

KiXtart Golf Score
Tournament = KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 12:09:32.822
Processing End = 2003/03/13 12:18:09.353
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:08:36.531
# Loops = 1
# Processed CDs = 12
# Valid CDs = 12
# Full CDs = 0
KiXGolf Result = Valid CD Filling
KiXGolf Score = 283


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#99329 - 2003-03-13 01:28 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
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Registered: 2001-06-05
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Loc: OK
damn!
that's nice.
even though it's not the fastest avail but it's faster than fast as you think of the accuracy it has.
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#99330 - 2003-03-13 02:44 PM Re: KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
maciep Offline
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Registered: 2002-06-14
Posts: 947
Loc: Pittsburgh
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CD #1
Title = 70's Super Funk
Song #s = 16,1,7,6,14,18,10,17,2
CD Length = 44.9315
CD Gap = 0.0685
CD Gap [%] = 0.1522
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:39:23.816
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:39:27.519
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:03.703

CD #2
Title = Partridge Family Unlimited
Song #s = 16,12,6,2,8
CD Length = 44.5697
CD Gap = 0.4303
CD Gap [%] = 0.9562
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:39:27.519
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:39:28.878
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:01.359

CD #3
Title = Three Tenors in Antarctica, Again!
Song #s = 6,5,13,4,10,8,15,1,2,11,12,14
CD Length = 44.9971
CD Gap = 0.0029
CD Gap [%] = 0.0064
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:39:28.878
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:39:32.065
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:03.186

CD #4
Title = Support Your Local KiXGolfer
Song #s = 20,36,23
CD Length = 44.3000
CD Gap = 0.7000
CD Gap [%] = 1.5556
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:39:32.065
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:39:33.862
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:01.797

CD #5
Title = ABBA Bubba!
Song #s = 6,3,12,2,14,20,26,27,1,13,17,4,24,30,22,21,16,25
CD Length = 44.9923
CD Gap = 0.0077
CD Gap [%] = 0.0171
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:39:33.862
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:39:43.159
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:09.296

CD #6
Title = Songs You Never Wanted Your Teenage Daughter To Know About
Song #s = 7,4,5,1,2,8
CD Length = 44.6000
CD Gap = 0.4000
CD Gap [%] = 0.8889
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:39:43.159
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:39:43.737
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:00.578

CD #7
Title = Moon Rocks!
Song #s = 37,21,17,11,29,12,22,7,34,25,33,39,4,31,40,23,20,2,3,24,28,5,32,30,19,1,15,10,14
CD Length = 44.9983
CD Gap = 0.0017
CD Gap [%] = 0.0038
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:39:43.737
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:40:00.034
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:16.296

CD #8
Title = Ruud's Favs
Song #s = 13,3,18,1,4,9,8,7,19,5,15,14,2,10,20
CD Length = 44.5842
CD Gap = 0.4158
CD Gap [%] = 0.9240
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:40:00.034
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:40:04.659
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:04.625

CD #9
Title = MTV Presents: KiXtart Rulez!
Song #s = 36,37,13,5,17,44,24,15,50,42,26,18,27,47,19,12,32,28,48,41,16,10,21,14,35,45
CD Length = 44.9919
CD Gap = 0.0081
CD Gap [%] = 0.0180
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:40:04.659
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:40:39.533
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:34.873

CD #10
Title = Songs From the Programmer's Abyss
Song #s = 25
CD Length = 44.9990
CD Gap = 0.0010
CD Gap [%] = 0.0022
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:40:39.533
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:41:00.595
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:21.062

CD #11
Title = Just Noise (100% Pure White Noise)
Song #s = 62,55,54,23,61
CD Length = 44.2500
CD Gap = 0.7500
CD Gap [%] = 1.6667
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:41:00.611
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:41:03.298
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:02.686

CD #12
Title = Cazy Jens And the KIXGolfers
Song #s = 50,45,66,8,60,32,86,96,87,39
CD Length = 45.0000
CD Gap = 0.0000
CD Gap [%] = 0.0000
Req. CD Length = 44.0000
Result = CD has been filled completely
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:41:03.298
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:41:20.516
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:00:17.218

Average CD Length = 44.77
Average Gap = 0.23
Average Gap [%] = 0.52

KiXtart
KiXtart Version = 4.20
KiXGolf Script = kixgolf_cd.kix

Computer
OS = Windows XP Professional
CPU = Intel Pentium III
Speed = 730 MHz
Memory = 126 MB

KiXGolf Scoring Engine
Scoring Engine = 3.0.3

KiXtart Golf Score
Tournament = KiXtart Golf: CD Sorter
Processing Start = 2003/03/13 08:39:23.816
Processing End = 2003/03/13 08:41:20.516
Duration = 0000/00/00 00:01:56.700
# Loops = 1
# Processed CDs = 12
# Valid CDs = 12
# Full CDs = 1
KiXGolf Result = Valid CD Filling
KiXGolf Score = 367

Thank you for participating in KiXtart Golf!

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