Your output will be evaluated only for 50% of the test data while the contest is running. Once the contest is over, output for the remaining 50% of the data will be evaluated and the final rank will be awarded.
You will have to upload your output on the problem page in the format given in the problem statement.
In addition to your output, you will also have to submit your source and other files in .zip or .tar compressed archive.
The total number of submission allowed by a participant is 40. The maximum number of submission a participant can make in a day is five.
You can use any tools or libraries for building your solution. There is no restriction on the tools that you can use.
You can only participate as an individual.
The IP of the product/code of the winners will belong to HackerEarth, if they choose to accept the prize. Other participants will retain complete IP over their code/product and they may wish to put it in open source domain under any license they want to.
By participating in Machine Learning Challenge #1, you agree to the terms and conditions of HackerEarth.
How is the leaderboard rank calculated ?
Your rank will be calculated in real-time by evaluating 50% of your output while the contest is live. Once the contest has ended, y...
Your rank will be calculated in real-time by evaluating 50% of your output while the contest is live. Once the contest has ended, your output will be evaluated on the remaining 50% of test data and the new leaderboard will be updated in next few hours.
Where is the challenge happening?
The challenge is completely online. After the start date/time, you can open this same page and start participating in the challenge.
How do I participate in the challenge?
To participate in the challenge, visit this page after start date/time and click on 'Participate in Challenge' button.
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