Scheme Recursion Exhibition

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 Lab 15. Voting is due on Thursday, August 14, 10:59am.


Featherweight Division

Submission 0 - Recursive Probing

An alien beam,
So this is an abduction
No probe for god's sake

0.scm (86 tokens)

Submission 1 - Taijitu

Pure black and pure white
Yin in Yang and Yang in Yin
Perfect harmony

1.scm (106 tokens)

Submission 2 - Do you even square?

We present to you
Genertic Recursive Art
Sponsored by no skill.

2.scm (161 tokens)

Submission 3 - Cube Chains

Chains of little cubes
Connected by the deep blue
That is what we are

3.scm (198 tokens)

Submission 4 - Strange Loop (inspired by "I am a Strange Loop" by Douglas Hofstadter )

In the end, we are:
We are: self-inventing mirages,
of self-perception

4.scm (50 tokens)

Submission 5 - Sunflower

Each flower tried to
Eat the sun; all burnt to crisps.
The star plots revenge...

5.scm (190 tokens)

Submission 6 - The Kracken

Take a paper strip
Fold it end over end times n
Unfold a dragon

6.scm (142 tokens)

Heavyweight Division

Submission 7 - Scheme Master Rohin

Scheme master Rohin
Hours of work and no play
Please show us your ways

7.scm (1026 tokens)

Submission 8 - Spinning Illusion

You may ask ...
Where is the Illusion
Stare at the middle
Bring your head closer

8.scm (829 tokens)