Optional Contest: Scheme Art Gallery
The output is art,
But what about its source code?
It's just as abstract.
Congratulations to the following winners!
- Submission 5: Waking with the Stars, by Anson Tsai (59.4% of votes)
- Submission 12: The All Seeing All Knowing Eye of Albert Wu, by Anish Prabhu (8.8% of votes)
- Submission 16: THE SCHEMING TREE, by Daniela Koch and Catherine Ashley (7.6% of votes)
- Submission 0: A Pair of Snowflakes, by James Lin (20.9% of votes)
- Submission 7: Cat Hiding in Circles, by Jianing Wang (20.1% of votes)
- Submission 13: Sunrise or Sundown, by Boyuan Yu (18.9% of votes)
Please vote for your favorite entry in this semester's 61A Recursion Exposition contest. The winner should exemplify the principles of elegance, beauty, and abstraction that are prized in the Berkeley computer science curriculum. As an academic community, we should strive to recognize and reward merit and achievement (translation: please don't just vote for your friends).
In order to vote, complete and submit Homework 12. Voting is due on Wednesday, 8/12, 11:59pm.
Submission 1 - Squares
Who doesn't like squares?
1/contest.scm (118 tokens)
Submission 2 - Scheme, Lord of Lispland
Banished from my homeland (MIT)
And now you dare enter my realm
You are not prepared
2/contest.scm (132 tokens)
Submission 3 - Spirals?
I don't know
What the heck this is,
But go bears!.
3/contest.scm (61 tokens)
Submission 5 - Waking with the Stars
When the sun comes up
Even those sitting in space
Can see its bright light
5/contest.scm (118 tokens)
Submission 8 - At the End of a Rainbow
Rain dries blissfully,
leaving bright diamonds of color
and a tunnel of hope.
8/contest.scm (217 tokens)
Submission 9 - Tail-Recursion X FIBONACCI X MONDRIAN
Albert: Think you are done with RECURSION? NOT YET!
Albert: Think you are done with FIBONACCI? NOT YET!
ME: Blimey! I am sure MONDRIAN is involved too! See?
9/contest.scm (89 tokens)
Submission 10 - Broccoli
Broccoli's ready, hold
steady, on pizza, heavy,
like mom's spaghetti.
10/contest.scm (179 tokens)
Submission 12 - The All Seeing All Knowing Eye of Albert Wu
As you look within
the eye of a CS God
you tremble in awe.
12/contest.scm (63 tokens)
Submission 14 - Hopefully win by default
Hey look its a star.
Looks somewhat interesting...
Eh, why not. *submit
14/contest.scm (25 tokens)
Submission 15 - How to tell Fall is coming
Is it Fall, Peets?
Never ends, Here it comes
15/contest.scm (81 tokens)
Submission 16 - THE SCHEMING TREE, By Shel Silverscheme
To fathom a tree
That ceases not to split anew
Please see this haiku.
16/contest.scm (109 tokens)
Submission 0 - A Pair of Snowflakes
Snowflakes twist and twirl
fuse to form a perfect whole
and strike a balance.
0/contest.scm (447 tokens)
Submission 4 - Beat Stanford!
Chill out, Bears.
Even without attacks from recursion,
sequoia is down.
4/contest.scm (680 tokens)
Submission 6 - Endless Hallway
Just keep walking down
You won't reach the end
6/contest.scm (359 tokens)
Submission 7 - Cat Hiding in Circles
Cats are super cool,
They like hiding in circles
and circles and shapes.
7/contest.scm (495 tokens)
Submission 11 - Let there be night
When the moon has risen and everything is quiet,
start your computer and start to write,
because the best code is composed at night.
11/contest.scm (420 tokens)
Submission 13 - Sunrise or Sundown
Day by day
sun goes around tree
only tree can tell sun is down or rise
13/contest.scm (539 tokens)