ACM-ICPC Asia 2010 New Guidelines: Three Sub-regions, WF slots, Judges Committee
New Guideline 1: Three Administrative Sub-regions and WF slots allocation.
Eligibility and administrative sub-regions
1. Each university competing in the Asia Regional Contest is homed in one of three administrative sub-regions based on past participation and geographical location:
Pacific & Indochina Peninsula: Universities in the East Pacific and South East Asia including South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Cambodia, Myanmar, and Hong Kong.
Continent East: Universities located in Mongolia, North Korea, Mainland China, and Macau.
Continent West: Universities in Central, South and West Asia including India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Iran, and Nepal.
2. Universities in Central Asia countries may compete at Continent West Sub-Regional Sites with the approval of their home Regional Director. These countries are Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan. Teams from Azerbaijan and Armenia are also invited to participate contests in Continent West Sub-Regional Sites with the approval of their home Regional Director.
3. Asia will conduct 12-18 Site Contests distributed among these sub-regions.
4. A student can represent only one university.
5. A student may compete in at most two Asia Site Contests, home or not-home sub-region.
6. Each university fielding a team that wins a Site Contest will advance the team to the World Finals if the Contest Site is in the team’s home sub-region. In the event that a university wins more than one Site Contest, the university must decide only one team to represent the university to the World Finals. (Continued to next page) ...繼續閱讀