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I'm looking for a programming judge system which supports putting contestants programs against each other in "matches". The format could be either for example a tournament style or chess ranking, but this isn't that important. A good example would be Google's AI challenge (http://aichallenge.org/)

The only systems I've found so far are "regular" programming judges, i.e. those who can check if a program passes or fails a given problem, like DOMJudge.

Do you know of any systems like this?

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Isn't the source available for aichallenge? –  Karl Bielefeldt Feb 10 '12 at 4:49
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You could have a look at Caia. It is used by the Dutch informatics olympiad to organize programming competitions where the submitted programs compete against each other.

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Back when I was heavily into linux I remember a battlebot program or something like that where you built a program that would enter the arena with another users program...the victory was determined by wiping out the other program. I can't remember the name of it, but there are systems like that.

Edit I found a resource that collects similar games and applications that do just this

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Now that's going to bother me because I can't remember the name :| –  Mike Brown Feb 9 '12 at 22:51
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Sounds like you might be thinking of Core War. –  Caleb Feb 10 '12 at 1:57
    
@Caleb That's the one! –  Mike Brown Feb 10 '12 at 8:37
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