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    The 2022 MCM/ICM dates are set forFebruary 17-21, 2022
    2022年2月17日-21日(美国东部时间)

    2022 年的变化
    • 在 Twitter 上关注@COMAPMath 或在微博上关注 COMAPCHINAOFFICIAL 以获取最新信息。
    • 注册流程已简化并分为两部分:顾问注册和团队注册。
    • MCM/ICM 竞赛现在有 25 页的限制。25 页限制适用于整个提交,包括摘要表、解决方案、参考列表、目录、注释、附录、代码和任何问题的特定要求。
    • 由于 Covid-19 病毒团队被鼓励使用电子通信进行虚拟会议。但是,您的团队成员只能与自己团队的成员进行交流。规则仍然是,团队不得使用除他们自己的团队成员之外的任何人来讨论或获取解决问题和解决问题的想法。
    MCM: The Mathematical Contest in Modeling
    ICM: The Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling
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    MCM®/ICM®
    Contest Rules, Registration and Instructions
    February 17-21, 2022
    (All rules and instructions apply to both ICM and MCM contests.)
    RECENT CHANGES TO THE MCM/ICM RULES ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN RED

    COMAP'S Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM®) / Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (ICM®) is an international contest designed to provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to work as team members to engage in and improve their modeling, problem solving, and writing skills. Teams apply mathematics to model, develop, and communicate a solution to a real-world problem.

    MCM/ICM: Procedures and Tips for a Great Experience
    The purpose of this article is to assist and guide students and advisors participating in The Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) and The Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (ICM). In the article, COMAP provides information about the administration of the contests from registration through solution submission, as well as tips to ensure your contest experience is smooth, successful, and enjoyable.

    2022 Contest Dates and Times:
    • Registration Deadline: Before 3:00 p.m. EST on Thursday, February 17, 2022.
    • Contest Starts: 5:00 p.m. EST on Thursday, February 17, 2022.
    • Contest Ends: 8:00 p.m. EST on Monday, February 21, 2022.
    • Solution Report Deadline: 9:00 p.m. EST on Monday, February 21, 2022.
    • Contest Results: The results will be posted on or before May 20, 2022.
    MCM/ICM Rules, Registration, and Instructions
    I. Participants and Advisors
    II. MCM/ICM Resource Guide
    III. Changes for 2022
    IV. Contest Rules
    V. Contest Registration
    VI. Contest Instructions
         Before the Contest - Preparing a Team
         During the Contest - Choosing and Solving the Problem
         During the Contest - Preparing a Solution Document
         During the Contest - Advisor Activities
         After the Contest - Submitting a Solution Document
         After the Contest - Advisor Actions
    VII. MCM/ICM Results and Recognition
    VIII. MCM/ICM Awards and Prizes
    IX. Judging Results and Designations

    Notes:
    • COMAP is in the USA Eastern time zone: all times given in these instructions are in terms of Eastern Standard Time (EST) except where local time is noted.
    • COMAP is the final arbiter of all rules and policies, and may refuse to register, disqualify, or reduce the award level of any team that, in its sole discretion, does not follow contest rules, regulations, or requirements.
    • Decisions of the judges, the contest directors, and the editor of The UMAP Journal are final.
    • Please print a copy of these contest instructions for reference before, during, and after the contest. Click here for the printer friendly version.


    I. Participants and Advisors
    Team Members: A team may consist of up to three students currently enrolled in the same school. Students may be enrolled in any department or program at the school. There is no limit to the number of teams a school may register. The contest is open to all undergraduate and high school students. An advisor must complete the registration process for each team.
    Team Advisors: Any faculty, staff member, or student at the team’s institution can fulfill the role of Advisor. The advisor will act as the main point of contact for the team, and does not have to be from the mathematics department. We encourage faculty members to serve as team advisors; however, one team member or another student at the school may act as the advisor.

    II. MCM/ICM Resource Guide
    MCM-ICM: Procedures and Tips for a Great Experience
    The purpose of this article is to assist and guide students and advisors participating in The Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) and The Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (ICM). In the article, COMAP, provides information about the administration of the contests, as well as tips to ensure your contest experience is smooth, satisfying, enjoyable, and successful.

    III. Changes for 2022
    • Follow @COMAPMath on Twitter or COMAPCHINAOFFICIAL on Weibo for the most up to date information.
    • Registration process has been streamlined and split into 2 parts: Advisor Registration and Team Registration.
    • The MCM/ICM Contest now have a 25 page limit. The 25 page limit applies to the entire submission including the Summary Sheet, Solution, Reference List, Table of Contents, Notes, Appendices, Code and any problem specific requirements.
    • Due to the Covid-19 virus teams are encouraged to meet virtually using electronic communications. BUT, your team members may only communicate with members of their own team. The rule remains that teams may not use any persons, other than their own team members, to discuss or obtain ideas for working on and solving their problem.

    IV. Contest Rules
    • The 2022 MCM/ICM contest period runs between 5:00 p.m. EST Thursday, February 17, 2022 and 8:00 p.m. EST on Monday, February 21, 2022.
    • Each team may consist of a maximum of three undergraduate (or below) students enrolled full- or part-time at the same school/institution at the time of the contest. Teams may consist of 1, 2, or 3 students and each student may only participate on one team.
    • Each team must have an advisor who is a staff member, a faculty member, or a student at the team members’ institution. Advisors can serve more than one team. Advisors must register teams prior to 3p.m. EST on Thursday, February 17, 2022.
    • Teams must obtain and use the Control Number and password assigned to them at registration to participate in MCM/ICM.
    • Not later than the opening of the contest window, advisors must assign team members to a particular team, and cannot add or change student assignments for the duration of the contest. Teams may, however, remove a team member, if he or she decides not to participate.
    • Once the contest window opens (5:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 17, 2022), team membership must be set and teams may not use any persons, other than their own team members, to discuss or obtain ideas for working on and solving their problem. Teams may use any "inanimate" resource they find on their own such as: web pages, books, articles, research reports, databases, etc. Teams may not seek help in obtaining answers, ideas, or information, or in locating appropriate resources, from any persons outside of their team to include their advisor, other teachers, other students, and/or experts or professionals in a field relevant to the problem. This restriction includes personal or telephonic contact, as well as use of electronic social media such as, but not limited to: emails, texting, chat rooms, question-answer systems, interactive blogs, Twitter, Weibo, online help or support sites, etc. Additionally, posting or sharing any part or all of the problem statement, your team’s solution process, or any partial or complete work in any form or medium during the contest is strictly prohibited. COMAP will disqualify or deem unsuccessful any team that violates this rule. The relevant issue is one of intent: each team of students is expected to develop all of its substantive analysis and solution without the help of others.
    • Teams must document any outside sources of information by using footnotes, endnotes, or in-line documentation, and include appropriate citations in a reference list or Bibliography of these sources.
    • Teams choose to work on one problem (MCM: A, B, or C or ICM: D, E, or F) and submit one solution for the problem of their choice.
    • The names of the students, advisor, and/or institution must not appear on any page of the solution. The solution must not contain any identifying information other than the team Control Number.
    • Papers must be submitted as an Adobe PDF electronic file, and typed in English, with a readable font of at least 12-point type. Papers must be within the 25 page limit.
    • Upon closing of the contest window at 8:00 p.m. EST Monday, February 21, 2022, advisors must ensure each team makes no further changes to their solution paper. Advisors must then ensure all solution documents are properly prepared and sent via email to COMAP for judging no later than 9:00 p.m. EST Monday, February 21, 2022.
    • COMAP follows all accommodations relative to learning conditions for individual students used as part of the local school/institution program in an affected student's daily learning. If specialized staff is required, the school bears the responsibility for providing any specialized assistance as required by law. If such accommodations are required for a student participating, the school should detail them and the extent to which they were utilized as part of the MCM/ICM activities.
    • COMAP reserves the right to disqualify or reduce the award level of teams found to have violated the contest rules.

    V. Contest Registration
    The registration fee for MCM/ICM is $100 per team. Please register only the teams that will take part in the contest. Registration fees are non-refundable. We accept payment via Credit Card, and payment must be made via our secure web site. Our secure site will process your credit card payment, so your credit card number is protected. Our system will not store your credit card number after it processes your payment. We regret that we are not able to accept other payment forms at this time.
    All teams must be registered before 3:00 p.m. EST on Thursday, February 17, 2022. We recommend that all teams complete the registration process well in advance, since the registration system will not accept any new team registrations after the deadline. COMAP will not accept late registrations for MCM/ICM 2022 under any circumstances. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE. Note: Advisors do not have to designate specific team members when registering "a team." COMAP suggests you register the number of teams needed well prior to the deadline and then return to the contest site once team membership is set to enter specific students to each "Control Number" team you have registered.
    The 2-part registration process will take advisors through a series of screens that ask for an email address and contact information. Enter the required information as you step through the screens. Be sure to use a valid current email address so that we can use it to contact you at any point before, during, or after the contest, if necessary.
    • All Registration Activity: https://www.comap.com/undergraduate/contests/mcm. COMAP will accept no other forms of registration. Advisors may register any number of teams, and should use the same email address and password for all teams under the same advisor.
    • Advisor Registration: If you are an advisor entering the contest site for the first time for the 2022 contest, click on Register for Contest on the left-hand side of the screen to register as an Advisor. Enter your email and click Continue Advisor Registration. Follow the step to continue and finish your registration. IMPORTANT: Be sure to use a valid and current email address as you will use this email to register all of your teams, and communicate with COMAP. Additionally, COMAP will use this email to contact you at any point before, during, and after the contest, if necessary.
    • Register a Team or Teams: On contest site, click on Advisor Login, then log in with the same email address and password that you used when you registered as an advisor. Once you are logged in, click on Register Team near the upper right corner of the page and follow the instructions there. There is no restriction on the number of teams an advisor can register.
           a. Fill in billing information. After we receive approval from your financial institution (this takes only a few seconds), the system will issue a control number for your team.
           b. Each team is not officially registered until you have received a team control number for that team. The registration page also lists the email address and password that you entered when registering; you will need this information to complete the contest procedures. Make a record of each team control number. You will NOT receive an email confirmation of your registration.
           c. You may specify the team members at the time of registration, or at a later time. Advisors may assign team members to specific teams and control numbers up until the beginning of the contest period. Once the contest opens, team members cannot be added or changed. The spelling of all names and institutions is the responsibility of the advisor. This is exactly as they will appear on certificates. The order of the student names has no bearing or importance on participation. In the eyes of COMAP and the contest directors,all team members are equal.Advisors should ensure they spell team members’ names correctly when registering. COMAP will not reprint certificates.
           d. To register additional teams, repeat the procedures listed above.
    • If you need to change any of the advisor or institution information (name, address, contact information, etc.) that you specified when you registered, you can do so at any point before or during the contest by logging in to the contest web site with the same email address and password that you used when registering (click on the Advisor Login link on the left side of the screen). Once logged in, click on the Edit Advisor or Institution Data link near the upper right corner of the page.
    • Check the contest web site regularly for any updated instructions or announcements about the contest. Except in extreme circumstances, COMAP will not send any confirmation, reminders, or announcements by email. All communication regarding the contest will be via the contest web site and Twitter/Weibo.
    • New! Follow COMAPMath on Twitter or COMAPCHINAOFFICIAL on Weibo for the most up to date information before, during, and after the contest.
    VI. Contest Instructions
    Before the Contest - Preparing a Team
    • We encourage advisors and faculty to coach and prepare students BEFORE the start of the contest. COMAP offers several resources:
           a. Go to the MCM/ICM web site and review the rules, guidelines, and prior years' problems.
           b. Visit www.mathmodels.org to view previous years' problems and solutions.
           c. Visit https://www.comap.com/undergraduate/contests/resources/index.html, the MCM/ICM Articles, Resources, and Links page.
           d. The MCM/ICM "Tips" article (found on the resource web page) provides students and advisors tips for before, during, and after the contest.
           e. Read the Summer and Fall UMAP Journal MCM and ICM articles, which include the Director's Article and Judges' Commentary for MCM and ICM. These articles describe what judges look for in the various sections of solutions.
    • Ensure that students have access to computers that enable them to word process, use a spreadsheet, and dynamically model both graphs and geometric relationships.
    During the Contest - Choosing and Solving the Problem
    • The contest problems become available for teams to view at precisely 5:00 p.m. EST on Thursday February 17, 2022 on the contest web site:
      https://www.comap.com/undergraduate/contests/mcm
      No password is needed to view the problems. Simply go to the contest web site at or after 5 p.m. EST on Thursday, February 17, 2022 and you will see a link to view the problems.
    • The contest problems will also become available for teams to view precisely at 4:50PM EST on Thursday February 17, 2022 on the following mirror sites:
      http://www.comapmath.com/MCMICM/index.html
      http://www.comap-math.com/mcm/index.html
      http://www.mathportals.com/mcm/index.html
      http://www.immchallenge.org/mcm/index.html
      If you cannot access any of the sites, there may be a problem with your local Internet connection. Contact your local Internet service provider to resolve the issue.
    • Each registered team may choose any one of the six problem choices and should submit a solution to only one problem.
           • MCM problems are Problem A, Problem B or Problem C.
           • ICM problems are Problem D, Problem E or Problem F.
    • Teams may use any inanimate source of data, materials, computers, software, references, websites, books, etc. Teams should reference all sources used using footnotes, endnotes, or in-line documentation, and include an associated reference list citing all sources.
    • Teams may not seek help from any person outside of team members as delineated in the Contest Rules (specifically Rule #6).
    • Teams should keep in mind the following guidelines when solving the problem and developing their solution.
           a. Summary Sheet: The summary is an essential part of your MCM/ICM paper and should appear as the first page of your solution report. The judges place considerable weight on the summary, and winning papers are often distinguished from other papers based on the quality of the summary. Click here to download the Microsoft Word Summary Sheet or Click here to download the LaTeX Summary Sheet.
                • To write a good summary, imagine that a reader will choose whether to read the body of the paper based on your summary: Your concise presentation in the summary should inspire a reader to learn about the details of your work.
                • You should write the summary last, as it should clearly describe your approach to the problem and, most prominently, your most important conclusions. Ensure you plan time after solving your problem to write a comprehensive and articulate summary.
                • Summaries that are mere restatements of the contest problem, or are a cut-and-paste boilerplate from the Introduction are generally considered to be weak.
           b. Overall: The team’s solution should be articulate, concise, and organized in order to allow the reader to easily follow the solution process and conclusions. Key statements should present major ideas and results.
                • A Table of Contents assists the reader in previewing the organization of your report.
                • Present a clarification or restatement of the problem as appropriate.
                • Present a clear exposition of all variables and hypotheses.
                • State and justify reasonable assumptions that bear on the problem.
                • Present an analysis of the problem, motivating or justifying the model being used.
                • Summarize derivations, computations, or illustrative examples in the main body of the solution, and leave lengthy derivations and/or calculations and data in appropriate appendices.
                • Include a design of the model. Discuss how the model could be tested, to include error analysis, sensitivity, and/or stability.
                 • Discuss any apparent strengths or weaknesses to your model or approach.
                • Provide a conclusion and report results explicitly.
                • Document resources and references.
    • New! Follow COMAPMath on Twitter or COMAPCHINAOFFICIAL on Weibo for the most up to date information before, during, and after the contest.
    During the Contest – Preparing a Solution Document
    • MCM/ICM solutions are judged as varying degrees of successfully completing the contest (from Successful Participant up to Outstanding). There is no passing or cut-off score, and therefore, partial solutions are acceptable and teams are encouraged to complete as much of the problem as they are able to do. MCM/ICM judges are primarily interested in the team’s thought processes, analysis of the problem, modeling approaches, and mathematical methods.
    • Teams must submit their entire solution in one Adobe PDF electronic file, consisting of written text, figures, charts, and supporting materials. Papers must be typed in English, with a readable font of at least 12-point type. Do not send additional “non solution” files such as data or computer programs.
    • Each page of the solution must contain the team control number and the page number at the top of the page. Use a page header on each page - for example: Team # 2212345, Page 6 of 25.
    • Your solution report should start with the Summary Sheet followed by the team’s solution. Ensure your solution meets the 25 page limit requirement. A Table of Contents is encouraged and does count toward the page limit. Reference list (or Bibliography), notes pages, and any appendices now count toward the page limit and should be included after the solution pages.
    • Names of the students, advisor, and/or institution must not appear on any page of the solution. The solution file must not contain any identifying information other than the team Control Number.
    • STOP making any changes to the solution at 8:00pm EST on Monday, February 21, 2022.
    During the Contest – Advisor Activities
    • After the contest begins at 5 p.m. EST on Thursday February 17, 2022, and while the teams are preparing their solutions, the advisor should login to the contest web site at https://www.comap.com/undergraduate/contests/mcm. Click on Advisor Login, and then enter your email address and password.
    • For each control number, if you have not done so already, enter the team member names and confirm that each name is spelled correctly. The order of the student names has no bearing or importance on participation. In the eyes of COMAP and the contest directors,all team members are equal. This determines how the names will appear on the contest certificates. COMAP will not make any changes or reprint certificates for any reason.
    • Specify the problem that each team has chosen to solve.
    • Click here to download the Microsoft Word Summary Sheet or Click here to download the LaTeX Summary Sheet. (This should be used as the first page of each team’s electronic email submission.)
    After the Contest - Submitting a Solution Document
    • Teams must end all work on their solution by 8:00 p.m. EST on Monday February 21, 2022 and send an Adobe PDF electronic file of Solution Paper by email to COMAP by 9:00 p.m. EST on Monday, February 21, 2022. *Note: Do not wait until the last minute. Send solution as soon as it is completed.
    • No further modifications, enhancements, additions, or improvements may be made to the team’s solution paper after 8 p.m. EST on February 21, 2022. Any changes to the solution will constitute a violation of the contest rules and may result in disqualification.
    • Each team is required to submit an Adobe PDF electronic copy of its solution by email to solutions@comap.com. Any team member or the advisor may submit this email.
      a. Your email with your electronic PDF solution file MUST be received at COMAP on or before the email submission deadline of 9:00 p.m. EST on February 21, 2022.
      b. In the subject line of your email write your team's control number. For example, Subject: 2212345. Limit one team solution file per email.
      c. Use your team's control number as the name of your file attachment. For example: 2212345.pdf. *Note: The attachment must be less than 17MB. Do not use a cloud service such as Google Docs. Your email must contain an Adobe PDF attachment.
      d. Page 1 of the team’s PDF electronic solution should be the team summary, followed by the solution and any references and appendices.
      e. Do not include or send programs, software, databases, and/or other files with your solution email, as they will not be used in the judging process.
      f. The names of the students, advisor, or institution should NOT appear on any page of the electronic solution.
      g. COMAP will accept only an Adobe PDF of your solution. Limit one solution per email.
    • Failure by a team to submit a solution via email by 9:00 p.m. EST on February 21, 2022 in accordance with the above instructions may result in disqualification or reduction of award level.
    NOTE: By submitting a MCM/ICM contest entry document, team members agree that:
         • Their submission and all rights to its publication become the property of COMAP, Inc.
         • COMAP may use, edit, excerpt, and publish this submission for promotional use or any other purpose, including placing it online, distributing it electronically, or publishing it in The UMAP Journal or otherwise, without compensation of any kind.
         • COMAP reserves the right to use in materials relating to this contest, the names of the team members, their advisor(s), and their affiliations, without further notification, permission, or compensation.
         • All images, figures, photographs, tables, and drawings in a team’s submission were either created by the team, or, if reproduced or obtained from another source, the submission cites a specific reference for each at its location in the submission.
         • All direct quotations in the submission are enclosed in quotation marks or otherwise identified as such, with a specific reference cited for each at its location in the submission.
    After the Contest – Advisor Actions
    • Advisors should use the Advisor Login link one to two days after the contest has closed to verify COMAP received your team’s electronic solution. In most cases, COMAP will have solution status of all papers posted 24-48 hours after the contest window ends.
    • Look for contest results in mid May 2022. Visit the contest web site regularly and follow COMAP on @COMAPMath on Twitter or COMAPCHINAOFFICIAL on Weibo for updates. COMAP will post the contest results on the web site as soon as they are available. It takes several weeks for the judges to evaluate the solutions and for COMAP to process the results. Please do not call or email COMAP regarding contest results.

    VII. MCM/ICM Results and Recognition
    • Judging will be completed in March-May and the results will be posted on or before May 31, 2022. Levels of awards for successful submissions are Successful Participant, Honorable Mention, Meritorious, Finalist, or Outstanding Winner. Submission found to have rule or procedure violations, or problem solution issues may be designated as Disqualified or Unsuccessful. Click here to view descriptions of the contest designations.
    • COMAP will prepare news releases for local and national dissemination, and professional publications will announce results.
    • Every team that successfully submits a solution paper will be awarded a certificate of participation. Click here to download MCM/ICM certificates.
    • Select teams will have all or portions of their solution papers published in COMAP's UMAP Journal.

    VIII. MCM/ICM Awards and Prizes

    The International COMAP Scholarship Award will be awarded to the four(4) top MCM/ICM teams from any of the participating countries; $9000 being split among the team members and $1000 to the school represented. Awards will be announced on or before May 31st each year.
    After the results are issued, each successfully participating team advisor and student will receive a certificate of participation. You may login to the contest web site using the Advisor Login link to view and print your team's certificates. Click here to download MCM/ICM certificates.
    • MCM Awards (Problem A, B and C)
    • The Ben Fusaro Award will be accorded to an especially creative paper and will be chosen from the contest finalists.
    • The Frank R. Giordano Award began in 2012. It honors Brig. Gen. (ret) Frank Giordano who directed the MCM for 20 years. This award goes to a paper that demonstrates true excellence in the execution of the modeling process.
    • ICM Awards (Problem D, E and F)
    • The Leonhard Euler Award is presented to a team selected by the head judge of the ICM's Problem D. The criteria are: 1) a paper in the Meritorious/Finalist/Outstanding rating; 2) contains especially creative and innovative modeling; and 3) shows good understanding of interdisciplinary science. The award honors the name of a 18th-century Swiss applied mathematician, who was known for the breadth of his research applications, volume of written work, excellent teaching, and interdisciplinarity.
    • The Rachel Carson Award honors an American conservationist whose book "Silent Spring" initiated the global environmental movement and whose work spanned many disciplines concerned with the local and global environments. This award is presented to a team selected by the Head Judge of ICM Problem E for excellence in using scientific theory and data in its modeling.
    • Vilfredo Pareto was an Italian scholar, modeler and problem solver, who at various times was an engineer, sociologist, economist, political scientist, mathematician, and philosopher. He lived and worked in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The ICM Pareto Award for outstanding modeling in the Policy Modeling problem (ICM Problem F) honors the work and legacy of this famous social science problem solver. In particular for this award, the head judge seeks to highlight a paper that best models the more dynamic and challenging contextual human elements that make simplification or refinement of policy models so difficult.


    The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) is the largest society in the world for professionals in the field of operations research (OR), management science (MS), and analytics. INFORMS has long recognized the importance of involving undergraduate students and faculty in an unscripted process of mathematical modeling whose problems contain many of the modern elements seen by its membership. The MCM/ICM exemplifies these characteristics. Consequently, INFORMS has been an active supporter of the MCM/ICM since its inception.

    INFORMS carefully selects and designates a single Outstanding team from each of the six problems - A, B, C, D, E, F - as an INFORMS Outstanding winning team whose modeling and analyses best exemplify the style and content reflected in its membership's professional practice. Each student receives a letter of congratulations from the current INFORMS President and a complimentary one-year INFORMS student membership. Each associated faculty advisor receives a letter of congratulations and appreciation from the current INFORMS President, along with complimentary one-year access to the full suite of award-winning INFORMS journals.


    The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) will designate six teams, one each for problems A, B, C, D, E, and F from the MCM/ICM as an SIAM winner.


    The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) will designate up to six teams, at most one each for problems A, B, C, D, E, and F from the MCM/ICM as an MAA winner.


    The American Statistical Association (ASA) will designate one Outstanding team from MCM Problem C as a ASA winner.


    The American Mathematical Society (AMS) will designate six teams, one each for problems A, B, C, D, E, and F from the MCM/ICM as an AMS winner.

    IX. Judging Results and Designations
    What are the differences between the designations?
    Not Judged - The solution was not submitted correctly. Some examples include damaged or corrupted file, file sent in the wrong format, or not submitting your solution as outlined in the instructions.
    Disqualified - The team's report was found to be in violation of the contest rules.
    DisqualifiedPlagiarism: The solution paper had undocumented sources, verbatim text, or information lifted from the Internet, and/or was very similar to other papers submitted as determined by judges and/or our pairwise comparison software. All information, ideas, data, algorithms, etc. from outside sources used by team members must have the original source documented and properly referenced. Our pairwise comparison software identifies papers and/or parts of papers as similar to, or exactly the same as, other papers submitted.
    DisqualifiedWeb: COMAP identified the solution paper, or portions of the solution paper as shared or posted, or a team member (or members) were found to have received assistance through interactive web sites or electronic media. Posting or sharing all, or any part of the problem statement, your solution, or partial solution anywhere during the contest weekend is strictly prohibited. Obtaining all, or any part, of anyone else's solution is also prohibited. Contest rules prohibit seeking assistance outside of team members or obtaining help from human sources–in person or via any medium. COMAP continually monitors the Internet during the contest period.
    Unsuccessful Participant - The team's report did not adequately respond to the requirements of the contest problem or a team (or team member) was found to have visited Internet sites discussing the contest problem during the contest period.
    Unsuccessful ParticipantWeb: A team member (or members) visited websites or social media where contest problems were being openly discussed. Contest rules prohibit seeking assistance outside of team members or obtaining help from human sources–in person or via any medium. COMAP is continually monitoring the Internet during the contest period to include websites and social media where contest solutions are being openly discussed.
    Unsuccessful ParticipantIncomplete: The solution paper was found to be significantly incomplete and did not show any serious effort in adequately responding to the contest problem or its requirements.
    Successful Participant - The team made a concerted effort to respond to the contest problem and submit a solution report. The report, however, had incomplete responses to all or some requirements, and/or showed some deficiencies or weakness in the modeling processes, analysis, conclusions, and/or communication.
    Honorable Mention - The team's solution report indicated an above average effort in addressing all problem requirements, and contained elements that were judged to show sound and supported processes in modeling and problem solving, analysis, conclusions, and communication of results.
    Meritorious - The team's solution report was excellent in many aspects of modeling and problem solving, analysis, conclusions, and communication. The report addressed all requirements in a clear, well-supported, well-organized, and well-presented manner.
    Finalist - The designation Finalist recognizes teams whose solution reports are exemplary and therefore reached the final round of judging. These papers present complete and logical analysis in an organized and clear presentation above and beyond simply addressing the requirements. These papers are easy to read, easy to follow, logical, and comprehensive. Finalist papers are among the best of all team submissions.
    Outstanding Winner - The designation Outstanding recognizes teams whose solution reports are determined, in the final round of judging, to be the "best of the best." These teams' reports are at the highest level relative to the contest submissions in terms of exemplary student work in modeling and problem solving, analysis, and communication. COMAP may publish and use all or part of these submissions as examples of outstanding student work.

    MCM:建模中的数学竞赛
    ICM:建模中的跨学科竞赛
    MCM®/ICM®
    竞赛规则、注册和说明
    2022 年 2 月 17-21 日
    (所有规则和说明均适用于 ICM 和 MCM 比赛。)
    MCM/ICM 规则的最新变化以红色突出显示

    COMAP 的数学建模竞赛 (MCM®) / 跨学科建模竞赛 (ICM®) 是一项国际竞赛,旨在为本科生提供作为团队成员参与和提高他们的建模、问题解决和写作技巧的机会。团队应用数学来建模、开发和交流现实世界问题的解决方案。

    MCM/ICM:获得出色体验
    程序和提示本文的目的是帮助和指导参加建模数学竞赛 (MCM)跨学科建模竞赛 (ICM) 的学生和顾问。在文章中,COMAP 提供了从注册到提交解决方案的比赛管理信息,以及确保您的比赛体验顺利、成功和愉快的技巧。

    2022 年比赛日期和时间:
    • 注册截止日期:美国东部时间 2022 年 2 月 17 日星期四下午 3:00 之前。
    • 比赛开始:美国东部时间 2022 年 2 月 17 日星期四下午 5:00。
    • 比赛结束:美国东部时间 2022 年 2 月 21 日星期一晚上 8:00。
    • 解决方案报告截止日期:美国东部时间 2022 年 2 月 21 日星期一晚上 9:00。
    • 比赛结果:结果将于 2022 年 5 月 20 日或之前公布。
    MCM/ICM 规则、注册和说明
    I. 参与者和顾问
    II. MCM/ICM 资源指南
    III. 2022 年的变化
    IV。竞赛规则
    V. 竞赛注册
    VI.比赛
         前的比赛说明- 比赛
         期间准备团队 - 比赛期间选择和解决问题
         - 比赛期间准备解决方案文件
         -
         比赛后顾问活动 -比赛后提交解决方案文件
         - 顾问行动
    VII. MCM/ICM 结果和认可
    VIII. MCM/ICM 奖项和奖项
    IX. 评判结果和名称

    笔记:
    • COMAP 位于美国东部时区:这些说明中给出的所有时间均采用东部标准时间 (EST),除非注明当地时间。
    • COMAP 是所有规则和政策的最终仲裁者,并且可以自行决定拒绝注册、取消资格或降低任何不遵守比赛规则、规定或要求的团队的奖励级别。
    • 评委、竞赛总监和 The UMAP Journal 编辑的决定为最终决定。
    • 请在比赛前、比赛中和比赛后打印这些比赛说明的副本以供参考。单击此处查看打印机友好版本。


    一、参与者和顾问
    团队成员:一个团队最多可以由三名目前就读于同一所学校的学生组成。学生可以就读学校的任何部门或课程。学校可以注册的团队数量没有限制。比赛对所有本科生和高中生开放。顾问必须完成每个团队的注册过程。
    团队顾问:团队所在机构的任何教职员工或学生都可以担任顾问。顾问将作为团队的主要联系人,不必来自数学系。我们鼓励教职员工担任团队顾问;但是,学校的一名团队成员或另一名学生可以担任顾问。

    二、MCM/ICM 资源指南
    MCM-ICM:获得出色体验
    程序和提示本文的目的是帮助和指导参加建模数学竞赛 (MCM) 和跨学科建模竞赛 (ICM) 的学生和顾问。在 COMAP 文章中,提供了有关比赛管理的信息,以及确保您的比赛体验顺利、令人满意、愉快和成功的技巧。

    三、2022 年的变化
    • 在 Twitter 上关注@COMAPMath 或在微博上关注 COMAPCHINAOFFICIAL 以获取最新信息。
    • 注册流程已简化并分为两部分:顾问注册和团队注册。
    • MCM/ICM 竞赛现在有 25 页的限制。25 页限制适用于整个提交,包括摘要表、解决方案、参考列表、目录、注释、附录、代码和任何问题的特定要求。
    • 由于 Covid-19 病毒团队被鼓励使用电子通信进行虚拟会议。但是,您的团队成员只能与自己团队的成员进行交流。规则仍然是,团队不得使用除他们自己的团队成员之外的任何人来讨论或获取解决问题和解决问题的想法。

    四、比赛规则
    • 2022 年 MCM/ICM 比赛时间为美国东部标准时间 2022 年 2 月 17 日星期四下午 5:00 至美国东部时间 2022 年 2 月 21 日星期一晚上 8:00。
    • 每个团队最多可以由三名本科(或以下)学生组成,比赛时在同一所学校/机构全日制或非全日制注册。团队可以由 1、2 或 3 名学生组成,每个学生只能参加一个团队。
    • 每个团队必须有一名顾问,该顾问是团队成员所在机构的工作人员、教职员工或学生。顾问可以为多个团队服务。顾问必须在下午 3 点之前注册团队。美国东部时间 2022 年 2 月 17 日,星期四。
    • 团队必须获得并使用注册时分配给他们的控制号和密码才能参加 MCM/ICM。
    • 不迟于比赛窗口打开,顾问必须将团队成员分配到特定团队,并且在比赛期间不能添加或更改学生分配。但是,如果团队成员决定不参加,团队可以将其移除。
    • 一旦比赛窗口打开(2022 年 2 月 17 日星期四下午 5:00),必须设置团队成员,并且团队不得使用除自己团队成员以外的任何人来讨论或获取解决问题的想法。问题。团队可以使用任何“无生命”的资源,他们就找到自己,如:网页,书籍,文章,研究报告,数据库等队不得寻求帮助,从团队以外的任何人那里获得答案、想法或信息,或寻找适当的资源,包括他们的顾问、其他教师、其他学生和/或与问题相关领域的专家或专业人士。此限制包括个人或电话联系,以及使用电子社交媒体,例如但不限于:电子邮件、短信、聊天室、问答系统、互动博客、Twitter、微博、在线帮助或支持网站等. 此外,严禁在比赛期间以任何形式或媒介张贴或分享问题陈述的任何部分或全部、您团队的解决过程、或任何部分或完整的工作。COMAP 将取消任何违反此规则的团队的资格或视为不成功。相关问题是意图之一:
    • 团队必须使用脚注、尾注或内嵌文档记录任何外部信息来源,并在这些来源的参考列表或参考书目中包含适当的引文。
    • 团队选择解决一个问题(MCM:A、B 或 C 或 ICM:D、E 或 F)并为他们选择的问题提交一个解决方案。
    • 学生、顾问和/或机构的姓名不得出现在解决方案的任何页面上。解决方案不得包含除团队控制编号之外的任何识别信息。
    • 论文必须以 Adob​​e PDF 电子文件形式提交,并以英文输入,可读字体至少为 12 磅。论文必须在 25 页以内。
    • 在美国东部标准时间 2022 年 2 月 21 日星期一晚上 8:00 关闭比赛窗口后,顾问必须确保每个团队不对他们的解决方案文件进行进一步更改。然后,顾问必须确保所有解决方案文件都准备妥当,并通过电子邮件发送给 COMAP,以便在美国东部标准时间 2022 年 2 月 21 日星期一晚上 9:00 之前进行评审。
    • COMAP 遵循与个别学生的学习条件相关的所有便利条件,作为受影响学生日常学习的当地学校/机构计划的一部分。如果需要专门人员,学校有责任根据法律要求提供任何专门帮助。如果参与的学生需要此类便利,学校应详细说明这些便利以及它们在 MCM/ICM 活动中的使用程度。
    • COMAP 保留取消被发现违反比赛规则的团队的资格或降低奖励级别的权利。

    五、大赛报名
    MCM/ICM 的注册费为每队 100 美元。请仅注册将参加比赛的团队。注册费不予退还。我们接受信用卡付款,付款必须通过我们的安全网站进行。我们的安全网站将处理您的信用卡付款,因此您的信用卡号会受到保护。我们的系统在处理您的付款后不会存储您的信用卡号。很遗憾,我们目前无法接受其他付款方式。
    所有团队必须在 2022 年 2 月 17 日(星期四)东部标准时间下午 3:00 之前注册。我们建议所有团队提前完成注册流程,因为注册系统将不接受截止日期之后的任何新团队注册。在任何情况下, COMAP 都不会接受 MCM/ICM 2022 的延迟注册不会有例外出现。注意:顾问在注册“团队”时不必指定特定的团队成员。COMAP 建议您在截止日期之前注册所需的团队数量,然后在设置团队成员资格后返回比赛站点,为您注册的每个“控制编号”团队输入特定的学生。
    由两部分组成的注册过程将引导顾问通过一系列屏幕,要求提供电子邮件地址和联系信息。在您逐步浏览屏幕时输入所需信息。请务必使用当前有效的电子邮件地址,以便我们可以在比赛之前、期间或之后的任何时候使用它与您联系(如有必要)。
    • 所有注册活动:https : //www.comap.com/undergraduate/contests/mcm。COMAP 不接受其他形式的注册。顾问可以注册任意数量的团队,并且应该为同一顾问下的所有团队使用相同的电子邮件地址和密码。
    • 顾问注册:如果您是 2022 年第一次进入比赛网站的顾问,请点击屏幕左侧的注册比赛以注册为顾问。输入您的电子邮件,然后单击继续顾问注册。按照步骤继续并完成您的注册。重要提示:请务必使用有效且当前有效的电子邮件地址,因为您将使用此电子邮件注册您的所有团队,并与 COMAP 沟通。此外,如有必要,COMAP 将在比赛之前、期间和之后的任何时候使用此电子邮件与您联系。
    • 注册一个或多个团队:在比赛网站上,单击Advisor Login,然后使用您注册为顾问时使用的电子邮件地址和密码登录。登录后,单击页面右上角附近的注册团队并按照那里的说明进行操作。顾问可以注册的团队数量没有限制。
           一种。填写账单信息。在我们收到您的金融机构的批准后(这只需几秒钟),系统将为您的团队发布一个控制号。
           湾 在您收到该团队的团队控制号之前,每个团队都不会正式注册. 注册页面还列出了您在注册时输入的电子邮件地址和密码;您将需要这些信息来完成比赛程序。记录每个团队控制号。不会收到确认注册的电子邮件。
           C。您可以在注册时或稍后指定团队成员。顾问可以将团队成员分配到特定的团队并控制号码,直到比赛开始。比赛开始后,将无法添加或更改团队成员。所有名称和机构的拼写是顾问的责任。这正是它们将出现在证书上的样子。学生姓名的顺序对参与没有影响或重要性。在COMAP和大赛负责人的眼里,所有团队成员都是平等的。顾问在注册时应确保正确拼写团队成员的姓名。COMAP 不会重印证书。
           d. 要注册其他团队,请重复上面列出的程序。
    • 如果您需要更改您在注册时指定的任何顾问或机构信息(姓名、地址、联系信息等),您可以在比赛前或比赛期间的任何时候登录比赛网站进行更改使用与您注册时相同的电子邮件地址和密码(单击屏幕左侧的顾问登录链接)。登录后,单击页面右上角附近的编辑顾问或机构数据链接。
    • 定期查看比赛网站,了解有关比赛的任何更新说明或公告。除极端情况外,COMAP 不会通过电子邮件发送任何确认、提醒或公告。有关比赛的所有交流将通过比赛网站和 Twitter/微博进行。
    • 新的!在 Twitter 上关注 COMAPMath 或在微博上关注 COMAPCHINAOFFICIAL 以获取赛前、赛中和赛后的最新信息。
    六、比赛说明
    比赛前 - 准备团队
    • 我们鼓励顾问和教师在比赛开始指导和准备学生。COMAP提供了几种资源:
           一。访问 MCM/ICM 网站并查看规则、指南和前几年的问题。
           湾 访问www.mathmodels.org查看往年的问题和解决方案。
           C。访问https://www.comap.com/undergraduate/contests/resources/index.html,MCM/ICM文章、资源和链接页面。
           d. MCM/ICM“提示”文章(可在资源网页上找到)为学生和顾问提供了比赛前、比赛中和比赛后的提示。
           e. 阅读夏季和秋季 UMAP 期刊 MCM 和 ICM 文章,其中包括 MCM 和 ICM 的主任文章和评委评论。这些文章描述了法官在解决方案的各个部分中寻找什么。
    • 确保学生可以使用计算机来进行文字处理、使用电子表格以及动态建模图形和几何关系。
    比赛期间 - 选择和解决问题
    • 比赛问题可供团队在美国东部时间 2022 年 2 月 17 日星期四下午 5:00 在比赛网站上 查看:
      https : //www.comap.com/undergraduate/contests/mcm
      无需密码即可查看问题。只需在美国东部标准时间 2022 年 2 月 17 日星期四下午 5 点或之后访问比赛网站,您就会看到一个链接来查看问题。
    • 比赛问题也将在 2022 年 2 月 17 日星期四美国东部标准时间下午 4:50 在以下镜像站点上提供给团队:http:
      //www.comapmath.com/MCMICM/index.html
      http://www. comap-math.com/mcm/index.html
      http://www.mathportals.com/mcm/index.html
      http://www.immchallenge.org/mcm/index.html
      如果您无法访问任何站点,您的本地 Internet 连接可能有问题。请联系您当地的 Internet 服务提供商以解决该问题。
    • 每个注册的团队可以选择六个问题选项中的任何一个,并且应该只提交一个问题的解决方案。
           • MCM 问题是问题 A、问题 B 或问题 C。
           • ICM 问题是问题 D、问题 E 或问题 F。
    • 团队可以使用任何无生命的数据、材料、计算机、软件、参考资料、网站、书籍等来源。团队应使用脚注、尾注或内嵌文档引用所有使用的来源,并包括引用所有来源的相关参考列表。
    • 团队不得向比赛规则(特别是规则#6)中规定的团队成员以外的任何人寻求帮助。
    • 团队在解决问题和制定解决方案时应牢记以下准则。
           一种。摘要表:摘要是 MCM/ICM 论文的重要组成部分,应出现在解决方案报告的第一页。评委对摘要非常重视,获奖论文通常会根据摘要的质量与其他论文区分开来。单击此处下载 Microsoft Word 摘要表单击此处下载 LaTeX 摘要表。
                • 要写出一个好的摘要,想象一下读者会根据您的摘要选择是否阅读论文的正文:摘要中简洁的陈述应该激发读者了解您工作的细节。
                • 你应该最后写总结,因为它应该清楚地描述你解决问题的方法,最突出的是你最重要的结论。确保您在解决问题后计划时间来撰写全面而清晰的摘要。
                • 仅仅是对比赛问题的重述或者是从介绍中剪切和粘贴的样板的摘要通常被认为是薄弱的。
           湾 总体:团队的解决方案应该是清晰、简洁和有条理的,以便让读者能够轻松地了解解决方案的过程和结论。关键陈述应提出主要观点和结果。
                • 目录帮助读者预览报告的组织结构。
                • 酌情对问题进行澄清或重述。
                • 清楚地说明所有变量和假设。
                • 陈述并证明与问题有关的合理假设。
                • 提出对问题的分析,激励或证明所使用的模型。
                • 总结解决方案主体中的推导、计算或说明性示例,并在适当的附录中留下冗长的推导和/或计算和数据。
                • 包括模型的设计。讨论如何测试模型,包括错误分析、敏感性和/或稳定性。
                 • 讨论您的模型或方法的任何明显优势或劣势。
                • 提供结论并明确报告结果。
                • 记录资源和参考资料。
    • 新的!在 Twitter 上关注 COMAPMath 或在微博上关注 COMAPCHINAOFFICIAL 以获取赛前、赛中和赛后的最新信息。
    比赛期间 - 准备解决方案文件
    • MCM/ICM 解决方案被判定为不同程度的成功完成比赛(从成功参与者到杰出)。没有通过或截止分数,因此,部分解决方案是可以接受的,并且鼓励团队尽可能多地完成问题。MCM/ICM 评委主要对团队的思维过程、问题分析、建模方法和数学方法感兴趣。
    • 团队必须在一个Adobe PDF电子文件中提交他们的整个解决方案,包括书面文本、图表、图表和支持材料。论文必须用英文输入,可读字体至少为 12 号字体。不要发送额外的“非解决方案”文件,例如数据或计算机程序。
    • 解决方案的每一页都必须包含团队控制号和页面顶部的页码。在每页上使用页眉 - 例如:团队 # 2212345,第 6 页,共 25 页
    • 您的解决方案报告应从汇总表开始,然后是团队的解决方案。确保您的解决方案满足 25 页限制要求。鼓励使用目录,并且确实计入页数限制。参考列表(或参考书目)、注释页和任何附录现在都计入页数限制,应包括在解决方案页之后。
    • 学生、顾问和/或机构的姓名不得出现在解决方案的任何页面上。解决方案文件不得包含除团队控制编号之外的任何识别信息。
    • 美国东部时间 2022 年 2 月 21 日星期一晚上 8:00停止对解决方案进行任何更改。
    比赛期间 – 顾问活动
    • 比赛于美国东部时间 2022 年 2 月 17 日星期四下午 5 点开始后,当团队准备解决方案时,顾问应登录比赛网站https://www.comap.com/undergraduate/contests/mcm。点击Advisor Login,然后输入您的电子邮件地址和密码。
    • 对于每个控制编号,如果您还没有这样做,请输入团队成员姓名并确认每个姓名拼写正确。学生姓名的顺序对参与没有影响或重要性。在COMAP和大赛负责人的眼里,所有队员都是平等的。 这决定了姓名在比赛证书上的显示方式。COMAP 不会以任何理由进行任何更改或重印证书。
    • 指定每个团队选择解决的问题。
    • 单击此处下载 Microsoft Word 摘要表单击此处下载 LaTeX 摘要表。(这应该用作每个团队提交电子邮件的第一页。)
    比赛结束后 - 提交解决方案文件
    • 团队必须在美国东部标准时间 2022 年 2 月 21 日星期一晚上 8:00之前结束其解决方案的所有工作,并在美国东部标准时间 2022 年 2 月 21 日星期一晚上 9:00 之前通过电子邮件将解决方案论文的Adobe PDF电子文件发送给 COMAP。*注意: 不要等到最后一刻。完成后立即发送解决方案
    • 2022 年 2 月 21 日美国东部时间晚上 8 点之后,不得对团队的解决方案文件进行进一步的修改、增强、添加或改进。对解决方案的任何更改都将构成对比赛规则的违反,并可能导致取消资格。
    • 每个团队都必须通过电子邮件将其解决方案的 Adob​​e PDF 电子副本提交至solutions@comap.com。任何团队成员或顾问都可以提交此电子邮件。
      一种。必须2022 年 2 月 21 日美国东部标准时间晚上 9:00的电子邮件提交截止日期或之前在 COMAP 收到带有电子 PDF 解决方案文件的电子邮件。
      湾 在电子邮件的主题行中写下您团队的控制号。例如,主题:2212345。每封电子邮件限制一个团队解决方案文件。
      C。使用您团队的控制号作为文件附件的名称。例如:2212345.pdf。*注意:附件必须小于 17MB。请勿使用 Google Docs 等云服务。您的电子邮件必须包含 Adob​​e PDF 附件。
      d. 团队PDF电子解决方案的第1页应该是团队总结,然后是解决方案和任何参考资料和附录。
      e. 不要在您的解决方案电子邮件中包含或发送程序、软件、数据库和/或其他文件,因为它们不会用于评审过程。
      F。 学生、顾问或机构的姓名不应出现在电子解决方案的任何页面上。
      G。COMAP 只接受您的解决方案的Adobe PDF。每封电子邮件限制一个解决方案。
    • 如果团队未能在 2022 年 2 月 21 日美国东部标准时间晚上 9:00 之前按照上述说明通过电子邮件提交解决方案可能会导致取消资格或降低奖励级别。
    注意:通过提交 MCM/ICM 竞赛参赛文件,团队成员同意:
         • 他们提交的内容及其发布的所有权利成为 COMAP, Inc. 的财产。
         • COMAP 可以使用、编辑、摘录和发布此提交内容以供宣传使用或任何其他目的,包括将其置于网上、以电子方式分发或在 UMAP 期刊或其他方式发布,无需任何形式的补偿。
         • COMAP 保留在与本次比赛相关的材料中使用团队成员姓名、顾问及其附属机构的权利,恕不另行通知、许可或补偿。
         • 团队提交的所有图像、图形、照片、表格和绘图均由团队创建,或者如果复制或从其他来源获得,则提交在提交中的每个位置引用特定参考。
         • 提交中的所有直接引用都用引号括起来或以其他方式标识,并在提交中的每个位置引用特定参考。
    比赛结束后 - 顾问行动
    • 顾问应在比赛结束后一到两天使用顾问登录链接来验证 COMAP 是否收到了您团队的电子解决方案。在大多数情况下,COMAP 将在竞赛窗口结束后 24-48 小时内发布所有论文的解决方案状态。
    • 查看 2022 年 5 月中旬的比赛结果。定期访问比赛网站,并在 Twitter 上的 @COMAPmath 上关注 COMAP 或在微博上关注 COMAPCHINAOFFICIAL 以获取更新。COMAP 将尽快将比赛结果发布在网站上。评委评估解决方案和 COMAP 处理结果需要数周时间。请不要就比赛结果给 COMAP 打电话或发电子邮件。

    七、MCM/ICM 结果和认可
    • 评审将于 3 月至 5 月完成,结果将于 2022 年 5 月 31 日或之前公布。成功提交的奖项级别为成功参与者、荣誉提名、功绩、入围或杰出获奖者。发现违反规则或程序的提交,或问题解决问题可能被指定为不合格或不成功。单击此处查看比赛名称的说明
    • COMAP 将为地方和全国传播准备新闻稿,专业出版物将公布结果。
    • 每个成功提交解决方案论文的团队都将获得参与证书。 单击此处下载 MCM/ICM 证书
    • 选定的团队将在 COMAP 的 UMAP 期刊上发表全部或部分解决方案论文。

    八。MCM/ICM 奖项和奖品

    国际 COMAP 奖学金将颁发给来自任何参与国的四 (4) 支顶级 MCM/ICM 团队;9000 美元分配给团队成员,1000 美元分配给所代表的学校。奖项将于每年 5 月 31 日或之前公布。 成绩出炉后,每位成功参赛的团队导师和学生都将获得参赛证书。您可以使用顾问登录链接登录比赛网站,查看和打印您团队的证书。单击此处下载 MCM/ICM 证书。
    • MCM 奖(问题 A、B 和 C)
    • Ben Fusaro 奖将授予特别有创意的论文,并将从竞赛决赛入围者中选出。
    • Frank R. Giordano 奖始于 2012 年。它表彰布里格。指挥 MCM 20 年的将军(退役)弗兰克·佐丹奴 (Frank Giordano)。该奖项授予在建模过程中表现出真正卓越的论文。
    • ICM 奖(问题 D、E 和 F)
    • Leonhard Euler 奖颁发给由 ICM 问题 D 的首席评委选出的团队。标准是:1) 一篇获得优异/入围/杰出评级的论文;2) 包含特别有创意和创新的造型;3) 对跨学科科学有很好的理解。该奖项是为了表彰 18 世纪瑞士应用数学家的名字,他以其研究应用的广度、书面工作量、出色的教学和跨学科性而闻名。
    • 雷切尔卡森奖表彰一位美国环保主义者,他的著作《寂静的春天》发起了全球环境运动,其工作跨越了许多与当地和全球环境有关的学科。该奖项颁发给由 ICM 问题 E 首席裁判员选出的团队,以表彰他们在建模中使用科学理论和数据的卓越表现。
    • Vilfredo Pareto 是一位意大利学者、建模师和问题解决者,曾担任工程师、社会学家、经济学家、政治学家、数学家和哲学家。他在 19 世纪末和 20 世纪初生活和工作。ICM Pareto 政策建模问题(ICM 问题 F)杰出建模奖表彰了这位著名的社会科学问题解决者的工作和遗产。特别是对于这个奖项,首席评委力求突出一篇论文,该论文最好地模拟了更具动态性和挑战性的情境人类因素,这些因素使政策模型的简化或完善变得如此困难。


    运筹学和管理科学研究所 (INFORMS) 是世界上最大的运筹学 (OR)、管理科学 (MS) 和分析领域专业人士协会。INFORMS 早就认识到让本科生和教职员工参与无脚本数学建模过程的重要性,其问题包含其成员所看到的许多现代元素。MCM/ICM 体现了这些特性。因此,INFORMS 自成立以来一直是 MCM/ICM 的积极支持者。

    INFORMS 从 A、B、C、D、E、F 六个问题中的每一个中精心挑选并指定一个杰出团队作为 INFORMS 杰出获奖团队,其建模和分析最能体现其成员专业实践中反映的风格和内容. 每位学生都会收到现任 INFORMS 主席的祝贺信和一年免费的 INFORMS 学生会员资格。每位相关的教职顾问都会收到现任 INFORMS 校长的祝贺和赞赏信,并免费获得全套获奖的 INFORMS 期刊一年。


    工业与应用数学学会 (SIAM) 将指定六支队伍,来自 MCM/ICM 的 A、B、C、D、E 和 F 问题各一支队伍作为 SIAM 获胜者。


    美国数学协会 (MAA) 将从 MCM/ICM 中指定最多六支队伍,最多各一支队伍作为 MAA 获胜者,分别针对 A、B、C、D、E 和 F 问题。


    美国统计协会 (ASA) 将从 MCM 问题 C 中指定一支杰出团队作为 ASA 获胜者。


    美国数学学会 (AMS) 将指定六支队伍,来自 MCM/ICM 的 A、B、C、D、E 和 F 问题各一支队伍作为 AMS 获胜者。

    九。评审结果和名称
    名称之间有什么区别?
    未判断- 未正确提交解决方案。一些示例包括损坏或损坏的文件、以错误格式发送的文件,或未按照说明中的概述提交您的解决方案。
    取消资格- 该团队的报告被发现违反了比赛规则。
    被取消资格- P lagiarism:解决的办法有纸无证人士,逐字文本,或从网上取消的信息,和/或非常相似,如提交的法官和/或我们的两两比较的软件确定的其他文件。团队成员使用的所有来自外部来源的信息、想法、数据、算法等都必须记录原始来源并正确引用。我们的成对比较软件将论文和/或论文的一部分识别为与提交的其他论文相似或完全相同。
    被取消资格- w ^ EB:COMAP标识的溶液纸,或溶液纸张的部分为共享或公布,或发现一小组成员(或部件),以通过交互网站或电子媒体得到救助。严禁在比赛周末期间的任何地方张贴或分享问题陈述的全部或任何部分、您的解决方案或部分解决方案。也禁止获取任何其他人的解决方案的全部或任何部分。竞赛规则禁止在团队成员之外寻求帮助或从人力资源获得帮助——亲自或通过任何媒介。COMAP 在比赛期间持续监控互联网。
    不成功的参与者- 团队的报告没有充分回应竞赛问题的要求,或者发现团队(或团队成员)在竞赛期间访问了讨论竞赛问题的网站。
    不成功的参与者- w ^ EB:参观团队成员(或成员)网站,或在比赛的问题,正在公开讨论社交媒体。竞赛规则禁止在团队成员之外寻求帮助或从人力资源获得帮助——亲自或通过任何媒介。COMAP 在比赛期间持续监控互联网,包括公开讨论比赛解决方案的网站和社交媒体。
    不成功的参与者-ncomplete:解决方案文件被认为是显著不完整,没有表现出足够的应对竞赛题或者其要求的任何认真的努力。
    成功的参与者- 团队齐心协力响应竞赛问题并提交解决方案报告。然而,该报告对所有或部分要求的回应不完整,和/或在建模过程、分析、结论和/或沟通中显示出一些缺陷或弱点。
    荣誉奖- 团队的解决方案报告表明在解决所有问题需求方面付出了高于平均水平的努力,并且包含的​​元素被判断为在建模和问题解决、分析、结论和结果交流中显示出良好和支持的过程。
    优异- 团队的解决方案报告在建模和问题解决、分析、结论和交流的许多方面都非常出色。该报告以清晰、支持良好、组织良好且呈现良好的方式解决了所有要求。
    入围者-入围者称号旨在表彰其解决方案报告堪称典范并因此进入最后一轮评审的团队。这些论文以有组织和清晰的演示文稿提供完整和逻辑的分析,而不仅仅是简单地解决要求。这些论文易于阅读、易于理解、合乎逻辑且全面。入围论文是所有团队提交的最佳论文之一。
    杰出优胜者- 杰出奖旨在表彰其解决方案报告在最后一轮评审中被确定为“最佳中的最佳”的团队。这些团队的报告在建模和问题解决、分析和交流方面的模范学生工作方面相对于竞赛提交处于最高水平。COMAP 可能会发布和使用这些提交的全部或部分内容作为优秀学生作品的示例。











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