Versions tested: 0.79
Optimal parameters: -m2 -d7
Authors: Andrew Filinsky
Algorithms: PPM
Notable peformances: -


The program has following compression related options:

v0.79 program documentation


The author submitted the following configurations:

I think, it is enough to test Bee archiver with next switch combinations:
-m1 -d8 -s
-m2 -d8 -s
-m3 -d8 -s
-d8 uses 640Mb of RAM, so, it is maximum dictionary size allowed by your contest, as I know.
email 2009, Nov 1


We use -d7 instead since we in fact have less memory available.

The program supports SFX archives, but we cannot use these because they require user interaction.

(Have info that should be added here? E-mail.)

Disqualified (why) configurations (with qualification ratings)
Ver Rating CPR DPR S.E. R.E. Ratio C. kB/s D. kB/s
-m1 -d7
0.79 158 150 167 96 20 3.162 746 741
-m2 -d7
0.79 181 170 191 76 38 3.338 505 504
-m3 -d7
0.79 175 165 186 74 37 3.337 490 491

Version info

0.79, tar: no, mode: 32-bit, crc32: 8b9b6635, decoder: 47 kB, tested: 2010 Apr 19
compression: bee.exe a -r -s <args> <cfile> <src>
decompression: bee.exe x <cfile>