[r-t] Minimum calls in mx maximus

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Tue Sep 29 07:01:16 UTC 2009

I think experimenting with bobs at before might be more efficient...

(I'm guessing you want to restrict calls to MWH though)?

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Subject: [r-t] Minimum calls in mx maximus

What is the minimum number of calls possible in an Mx maximus method for a peal of at least 5040 changes?
1.) Result without singles?
2.) Result with singles?

I did a little bit of experimentation and came up with a 1 part 5088 with 18 calls:
- - - 65432
  -   36452
- -   54263
- -   62345
- -   43526
-   - 65324
- 2 - 45236
  - - 23456

Presumably a theme needs to be employed such as the M,W in this composition.
I have also seen an elegant 2 part of Kent, which also uses only 18 calls, by Don.


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