The year-round daily contest system, which had been in trial operation until now, has been officially put into operation from October 26th. The results of daily contest are on http://aiwolf.org/daily/index.html. The regulation of the daily contest is tentatively the same as that of the 3rd International AIWolf Competition Protocol Division except that the submission methods have changed in the two programming languages as described later.
The agent submitted to this system automatically participate in the 4th International AIWolf Competition. Since the past registered team has been cleared, the team planning to participate in the next competition needs to create a new account at http://contest.aiwolf.org/en/ prior to submitting agent to the system.
The methods of submitting agent have changed as follows. Please be careful.
The file which can be submitted is a zip file. The startup script file must be in the root directory of the zip file. Please note that the file layout is different from the one in the 3rd competition. There are no file name restrictions. You will prompted to enter the startup script file name when submitting. Please implement the startup script so that it correctly accepts the following command line arguments.
Please refer to the sample Python agent.
From the 4th competition, you have to submit a self-contained console application instead of a traditional DLL. To do so, please submit a zip file containing the contents of the published as self-contained directory. The executable file must be in the root directory of the zip file. There are no file name restrictions. You will prompted to enter the executable file name when submitting. Please implement the executable so that it correctly accepts the following command line arguments.