The results file you submit should be a single, compressed file (archive). Any compression format that can be decompressed by 7zip is supported, which includes common compressed file types like .tar.gz, .zip, .tar.bz2 and .7z (Note: although 7zip claims to be able to decompress .rar, we had some problems with rar files and advice you to avoid that type).
The archive will be decompressed to a single folder and should contain a description file in pdf format (the name of the file does not matter, we look for the first file that has the extension .pdf). This file should contain a description of your system. More information is available here. In addition, the archive should hold 10 raw results files of type unsigned char (or, equivalently, char). That means that the file sizes of the 10 files should be
for the ten test files respectively. Some people seem to be unable to create anything but short files, so we allow that too. In that case, double the above files size by two. All other files in the archive will be ignored.
In the result files, each byte corresponds to a voxel, starting with (0,0,0), running over x, y, and z in that order. Bytes of 0 are background, non-zero is considered foreground (object). Note that this is the same format as in which the segmentations of the training data were supplied.