[r-t] Re: Irregular Falseness

freepabs at freeuk.com freepabs at freeuk.com
Fri Dec 10 12:41:26 UTC 2004

> It is obvious that falseness in irregular methods must be isomorphic 
> regular methods. Why? Consider the two methods K626 and K522 S8. 
These have
> common place notations apart from the half-lead place so K626 is 
regular and
> K522 not. Since falseness can be derived from just the first half-
lead of a
> method, then these two methods must have the same falseness - it just 
> different - but that is what isomorphism deals with.

Consider a regular Minor method starting -3456. This clearly has A 
falseness, since 124365 is a lead end. But what if I choose the half 
lead and lead end places to make it 6th's place and irregular?


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