BCB Contest Results

September 11, 2006


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About Judging The Results
There were many excellent submissions to the contest, and choosing winners was difficult and several of the decisions could honestly have gone either way. Judging was based on a number of criteria including completeness, documentation, polish, the existence of alternative free tools, the possibilities of improvement, the estimated difficulty of implementation, the usefulness/fun of the entry, and more. We categorized entries as described on our contest rules page, in order to ensure some diversity, but also awarded prizes to individual coders based on multiple entries.

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One of the main points of this contest was to encourage the development of donationware software. On behalf of the authors we invite you to download and use these programs. If you find them useful, will you please consider making a donation to the authors to support their continued development?

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Iterlab - graphical iteration

My entry to the contest is Iterlab, a program for doing graphical iteration of functions. I hope this type of program is appropriate for the contest. It's one is for the math enthusiasts, it probably goes in the educational/academic category.

Graphical iteration is a simple way of visualizing the process of function iteration. It helps you to see if the sequence of the iterates converges or diverges.

With this program one can iterate on any function of the
type y=f(x).

The executable is here.

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