CoreWar "Koenigstuhl" Page


This hill is named after the location of the place where I worked (Max-Planck-Institute for Astronomy) until 1997 ('Koenigstuhl' translates to 'King's Chair'). Similar to Planar's Mt.Olympus (last update: 1998-08-31) this is an infinite hill. The difference is that I separated the hill into several categories and I let every program fight every other program:


  • '88 hill(s): "-r 200 -8" (591 entries: 88.tar.gz)

    Recursive 88-Koenigstuhl

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the 88-hill. Scores against top 50%, 25%, 10% of the 'flat' 88-hill. (Bold typeface ranks indicate warriors that are within the top X-% of the 'flat' hill)

    Recent entries: (rank on recursive 88-Hill, program, author, date-of-entry)
    178: IAASMR3 , Matt Hastings, (Aug/20)
    209: ChainGang 1.2 , Eric J. Schwertfeger, (Aug/20)
    254: Spanish Fly 1.8d , Eric Prestemon, (Aug/20)
    291: ratcatcher , M.Pellmann, (Aug/20)
    324: BackFire 1.70 , Eric J. Schwertfeger, (Aug/20)
    378: Probe 3 , Eric J. Schwertfeger, (Aug/20)
    431: ShockWave , Eric J. Schwertfeger, (Aug/20)
    501: MicroVamp 1.0 , Eric J. Schwertfeger, (Aug/20)

    Holding Pen: 0 program(s)


  • '94nop-hill(s), "-r 200", no Pspace (1032 entries: 94.tar.gz)

    Recursive 94nop-Koenigstuhl

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the 94nop-hill. Scores against top 50%, 25%, 10% of the 'flat' 94nop-hill. (Bold typeface ranks indicate warriors that are within the top X-% of the 'flat' hill)

    Recent entries: (rank on recursive 94nop-Hill, program, author, date-of-entry)
    139: Kryptonite , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    165: Bayonet , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    221: Loud Thunder , Roy van Rijn, (May/21)
    234: Origin of Storms v2 , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    262: Spellbinder , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    280: One bite , inversed, (May/21)
    291: Espionage , Roy van Rijn, (May/21)
    335: Limestone , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    381: BlitZ , P.Kline, (May/21)
    : Squeak and Let Die , P.Kline, (Oct/20)

    Holding Pen: 1 program(s)


  • TOP-50-Hill, "-r 1000", 94nop rules (top50.tar.gz)

    TOP-50 of the 94nop-Koenigstuhl

    Any program that reaches rank-50 or higher on the 94nop Koenigstuhl will also enter the TOP-50 Koenigstuhl. Programs that fall below rank-50 on both (94nop and TOP-50) hills will be removed from the TOP-50 Koenigstuhl.

    Recent entries: (rank on TOP-50 hill, program, author, date-of-entry)
    7: For John , Roy van Rijn, (Jan/06)

    Recent leaves: (program, author, date)
    Jinx 2, Christian Schmidt, (Jan/06)


  • Pspace-hill(s), "-r 1000", Pspace ok (204 entries: pspace.tar.gz)

    Recursive Pspace-Koenigstuhl

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the Pspace-hill. Scores against top 50%, 25%, 10% of the 'flat' Pspace-hill. (Bold typeface ranks indicate warriors that are within the top X-% of the 'flat' hill)

    Recent entries: (rank on recursive Pspace-Hill, program, author, date-of-entry)

    Holding Pen: 0 program(s)


  • 94draft-hill(s), "-r 200", 94nop + Pspace (1232 entries)

    Recursive 94draft-Koenigstuhl

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the 94draft-hill. Scores against top 50%, 25%, 10% of the 'flat' 94draft-hill. (Bold typeface ranks indicate warriors that are within the top X-% of the 'flat' hill)

    Recent entries: (rank on recursive 94draft-Hill, program, author, date-of-entry)
    129: Kryptonite , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    310: Bayonet , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    323: Espionage , Roy van Rijn, (May/21)
    331: Spellbinder , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    352: Loud Thunder , Roy van Rijn, (May/21)
    357: Origin of Storms v2 , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    368: One bite , inversed, (May/21)
    424: Limestone , John Metcalf, (May/21)
    498: BlitZ , P.Kline, (May/21)
    : Squeak and Let Die , P.Kline, (Oct/20)

    Holding Pen: 1 program(s)



  • ICWS hill(s): "-r 200 -8 -s 8192 -p 64" (485 entries: icws.tar.gz)

    Recursive ICWS-Koenigstuhl

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the ICWS-hill. Scores against top 50%, 25%, 10% of the 'flat' ICWS-hill. (Bold typeface ranks indicate warriors that are within the top X-% of the 'flat' hill)

    Recent entries: (rank on recursive ICWS-Hill, program, author, date-of-entry)

    Holding Pen: 0 program(s)


  • Tiny hill(s): "-r 200 -s 800 -l 20 -d 20 -p 800" (300 entries: tiny.tar.gz)

    Recursive Tiny-Koenigstuhl

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the T-hill. Scores against top 50%, 25%, 10% of the 'flat' Tiny-hill. (Bold typeface ranks indicate warriors that are within the top X-% of the 'flat' hill)

    Recent entries: (rank on recursive T-Hill, program, author, date-of-entry)
    48: Little Fluffy Clouds , inversed, (Jun/04)

    Holding Pen: 0 program(s)


  • Nano hill(s): "-P -s 80 -l 5 -d 5 -p 80" (353 entries: nano.tar.gz )

    Recursive Nano-Koenigstuhl

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the Nano-hill. Scores against top 50%, 25%, 10% of the 'flat' Nano-hill. (Bold typeface ranks indicate warriors that are within the top X-% of the 'flat' hill)

    Recent entries: (rank on recursive Nano-Hill, program, author, date-of-entry)

    Holding Pen: 0 program(s)


  • X hill(s): "-r 200 -s 55440 -c 500000 -p 10000 -l 200 -d 200" (123 entries: x.tar.gz)

    Recursive X-Koenigstuhl

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the X-hill. Scores against top 50%, 25%, 10% of the 'flat' X-hill. (Bold typeface ranks indicate warriors that are within the top X-% of the 'flat' hill)

    Recent entries: (rank on recursive X-Hill, program, author, date-of-entry)

    Holding Pen: 0 program(s)


  • LP hill(s): "-r 200 -p 8 -l 200 -d 200" (131 entries: lp.tar.gz)

    Recursive LP-Koenigstuhl

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the LP-hill. Scores against top 50%, 25%, 10% of the 'flat' LP-hill. (Bold typeface ranks indicate warriors that are within the top X-% of the 'flat' hill)

    Recent entries: (rank on recursive LP-Hill, program, author, date-of-entry)

    Holding Pen: 0 program(s)


  • Odd hill: "-r 50 -l 500 -d 500" (DRAFT instruction set) (986 entries: odd.tar.gz)

    Hill for all programs that do not fit any other hill (eg. special tournament rounds or non-competitive programs).

    Flat (un-weighted) scores against all of the Odd-hill.

    Spring 2014 Tournament
    Amber , inversed, (Jun/09)
    Aura , Lezek, (Jun/09)
    bibradidopydyperiprihu , DataWraith, (Jun/09)
    Blood Thirsty v1.0 , Kiv, (Jun/09)
    dipromudogrydebalogrele , DataWraith, (Jun/09)
    flint , simon wainwright, (Jun/09)
    The Flood , Kiv, (Jun/09)
    Focus , inversed, (Jun/09)
    Honeycomb , S.Fernandes, (Jun/09)
    Impatient Darwinian , Dave Hillis, (Jun/09)
    Jump , P.Kline, (Jun/09)
    The lucky shot , G.Labarga, (Jun/09)
    Misaki , Lezek, (Jun/09)
    NotAScanner , Roman Muentener, (Jun/09)
    Reconstituted , Robert Macrae after David Moore, (Jun/09)
    RedPixel Unprepared v2.0 , John Kipling Lewis, (Jun/09)
    Silent Spike , Roy van Rijn, (Jun/09)
    Sneaky TNX , Christian Schmidt, (Jun/09)
    Triggerfinger , Roy van Rijn, (Jun/09)
    The Utterer TNX , Christian Schmidt, (Jun/09)
    YAHSAC , Robert Macrae after Paul Kline, (Jun/09)


    "Flat" Scores:
    On each hill a new challanger fights a 200-round battle against every warrior (different from Mt.Olympus) already on the hill. The result of this battle changes the score for both opponents:

    For the programs already on the hill:
    new_score = {old_score * (#hill-1) + score_against_challenger} / #hill
    For the 'challenger':
    score = (score1 + score2 + ...) / (#hill)
    After doing all battles for a new challenger I re-order the hill and write the new hill-page(s).

    "Recursive" Scores:
    Current: The recursive algorigthm weights scores against better warriors more and calculates a new hill from the data provided by the "flat" hill. This procedure is repeated (with decreasing absolute weights) until a stable hill is reached.

    Maybe in the future? The recursive algorighm starts with the round-robin (flat) scores of the entire hill. The bottom half is fixed in place, then the top half is re-evaluated only within itself. This process is repeated until the top half reaches a cut-off size of 50 programs.

    If you cannot find your warrior(s) here, please send your warrior to birk AT obs DOT carnegiescience DOT edu with a subject line like 'Koenigstuhl entry'. Please note that the Koenigstuhl is an "archive" hill, ie. published programs only. If you would like to see how your program would do on the Koenigstuhl before you publish it, please download the appropriate hill and run your program against it.


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    1997-06-18, Christoph C. Birk (last updated: 2014-10-20)