holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Wed Jul 6 08:37:07 UTC 2011
On Wed, 6 Jul 2011, Mark Davies wrote:
> Yes, in particular, whilst it seems self-evident that all such examples must
> consist of sets of n bells, where each set follows the same path, and the n
> bells within each set follow the same path offset from each other,
By definition this is true for n=1 and n=stage, but I'm guessing that's
not what you mean. I don't at present see why it must be true for any
> any examples where the the bells within a set are not in some sense
> contiguous, i.e. the structure is not reducible to a principle on M/n bells?
I don't understand this - what is the reduction you are talking about?
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