[r-t] Principles

Matthew Frye matthew at frye.org.uk
Wed Jul 6 23:20:20 UTC 2011

On 6 Jul 2011, at 22:02, Mark Davies wrote:
> I have a feeling that any method which exhibits this property, which I shall call "slide self-similarity", or "slideyness" for short, can be constructed from a true principle at a lower stage, by winking up, or whatever the reverse of my reductionist transform is called.
> But I don't know that for sure. My question is, are there slidey methods which cannot be constructed in this way?

Firstly, "slidey" and "slideyness" are excellent and should definitely be adopted.

As for your question, I'm not sure what your actual definitions are, but I think the question you're asking is equivalent to asking if we can increase the offset between the 2 lines to more than 2 changes.


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