I represented UW–Madison in the
International Collegiate Programming Contest
(ICPC) during the 2013–2014 and 2014–2015 seasons.
Each time, my team went on to compete in the ICPC world finals.
In the 2015–2016 season I returned as an assistant coach,
where again our top team qualified for and competed in the ICPC world finals.
More details on our teams' successes can be found in the
Hall of Fame
on coach Dieter van Melkebeek's website.
During the 2014–2015 season, my team put together a library of useful
routines and data structure implementations for use during the ICPC world finals.
It is freely available on Github
and can also be found in ~icpc/libraries/Do-You-Even-PSPACE.git on
the UW–Madison CS machines.
There are some automated tests included.
Please feel free to fork and upgrade it as you see fit—but let me know
if you do, I want to see where it goes!
The library is largely based on a prior Stanford library,