SAL's 94 LP Hill
The 94 LP Hill is located on
the SAL Server. The specification for the hill are:
Hill key: lp
Core size: 8000
Max processes: 8
Max cycles: 80000
Max length: 100
instruction set: extended ICWS '94 Draft
P-space size: 500
The Wasted Youth hill
The beginnings of the first '94 LP hill lay in the ancient ages around 1996
and only few things are known from this time. John K. Lewis opened the hill.
The first of the LP hills closed in the beginning of '97.
The Pizza LP hill
Beginning March 1997 some threads on r.g.cw discussed new hills with different
specs. Anton Marsden mentioned in that sense on r.g.cw:
LP hills provide some interesting new strategies:
- papers which are constructed differently to the "standard" '88/'94 papers.
- self-repairing programs
- multiple function programs, eg. 4 stones combined with 4 scanners
Add pspace to this and it could be a great hill."
Anton Marsden, March 2, 1997
After an e-mail vote the Pizza LP hill was announced by Thomas "Thos" Davies
on March 14, 1997 using the same specification as the Wasted Youth Hill. Ian Sutton's Limb Rending Incisors was dominating this hill. Around spring 2001 the Pizza Hills closed.
The SAL LP hill
End of 2003 Joonas Pihlaja and Barkley Vowk announced the SAL server. It
provides beside others, a new LP hill following the spec of the previous two.
It's quite a young hill and recently reached the age of 100. It has received
since the beginning a continuously mediocre traffic.
Resources for 94 LP programmers are:
The Infinite 94 LP Hill - Part of Christoph Birk's Koenigstuhl Infinite Hills.