[r-t] Hudson stuff

Alexander Holroyd holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Tue Sep 14 19:58:37 UTC 2004

Yes - sorry, I meant worthwhile groups that can be generated by changes.

The other examples I know of are:

<-,1,34> : Kidderminster
<-,3,4> : Striking

<-,3,6> : Isis
<-,1,36>: e.g. unnamed principle &36.1-, le -

On Tue, 14 Sep 2004, Philip Saddleton wrote:

> Alexander Holroyd <holroyd at math.ubc.ca> wrote at 12:28:36 on Mon, 13 Sep
> 2004
> >No-one seems to have used the Hudson group the other way round, with
> >the group forming the plain course (for all other worthwhile groups it
> >does seem to have been done).
> Really? I'd have thought that most worthwhile groups couldn't be
> generated from changes - or are you restricting yourself to those that
> can?

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