The Twelfth Annual Northern Michigan University Invitational Programming Contest was held from 12:00 to 5:00 P.M. EST on Saturday 26 March 2011 at Northern Michigan University.

The contest was organized by the NMU student chapter of the ACM and was attended by 72 students on 26 teams representing the following 4 schools.

Algoma University, Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario, Canada
The College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, United States of America
Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan, United States of America
Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan, United States of America

The contest consisted of 6 problems to be solved over a 5 hour period.

Here is the list of rules.

Below is the list of problems, test input files, correct output files, and sample solutions. There were many ways to solve the problems, of course. These solutions were written in Java, and are included along with executable Jar files.

Problem 1
Problem 1 Input File
Problem 1 Output File
Problem 1 Solution
Problem 1 Executable

Problem 2
Problem 2 Input File
Problem 2 Output File
Problem 2 Solution
Problem 2 Executable

Problem 3
Problem 3 Input File
Problem 3 Output File
Problem 3 Solution
Problem 3 Executable

Problem 4
Problem 4 Input File
Problem 4 Output File
Problem 4 Solution
Problem 4 Executable

Problem 5
Problem 5 Input File
Problem 5 Output File
Problem 5 Solution
Problem 5 Executable

Problem 6
Problem 6 Input File
Problem 6 Output File
Problem 6 Solution
Problem 6 Executable

Michigan Technological University USERS won the competition.
Second place went to Michigan Technological University NETWORK SANITATION COMMITTEE.
Third place went to independent team SHEBANG BIN BASH.

The winning school was Michigan Technological University. The second place school was Northern Michigan University.

Here are the complete results.

Here is the laptop tutorial.