The output is art,
But what about its source code?
It's just as abstract.

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 (in other words, please don't just vote for your friends).

To cast your vote, complete and submit this Google form. Voting is due on Wednesday, May 4 at 11:59pm.

Featherweight Division


Too much googling for
Inspiration, now nothing
Seems original
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Mom needs to borrow
laptop so I clear my search
history. Nine times
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Radiating Ribbons

Computer Science
Two words, five syllables long
This is a haiku
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Life in Technicolor

But Squidward, with a
There is endless fun!
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Recursive Bleeding

Hilfinger in spring
and then Hilfinger in fall
Will it ever end?
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~ ~ * t h e C S a e s t h e t i c * * ~* ~

computer science
is pretty cool ha ha ha
i have been crying
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Illuminati confirmed,
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The Life of Pablo
Vote yes and we'll love you like
Kanye loves Kanye
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Sum of Human Knowledge (In context)

A minimalist
Recursion within the mind
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Base Case Jumping

Does it ever end?
Read the friggin manual
Take a leap of faith
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tree in early spring

tree in early spring
branches weaving up, sprouting
into myriad leaves
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Heavyweight Division

psychedelic campanile

the campanile
it is random seeming yo
but background is dope
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Twisted Logic

What if you were lost,
An endless kaleidoscope,
No hope of square one
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Stairway to Heaven

The one last project
Alone it stands defeated
61A no more
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