[r-t] Decisions / Algorithms for generating the extent

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Tue Jun 20 09:18:52 UTC 2006

"Council Rule 4(ii)(d) requires affiliated societies to abide by the
Rules & 
Decisions. Does this suggest that the CUG & OUS should be thrown out?"

Bring it on!

"Perhaps PJE could favour us with a document on his thoughts on the 

I could, but the 'document' is brown and currently lurking in a u-tube

My views are well documented. 

Now instead of having arguments about irrelevant decisions, can we have
some proper ringing theory for a change? Reading the online version of
Tintinnalogia, it's very interesting to see how the 'algorithm' of plain
changes is introduced as an iterative way of generating the extent on n

What other, more dynamic, ways would people use to do the same thing?



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