[r-t] Method symmetry
Alexander Holroyd
holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Sat Aug 18 19:30:56 UTC 2012
This prompts the following question, reminiscent of the "unprinciples"
discussed a few moths ago:
Is there an asymmetric method in which the work of every bell is
symmetric?
Actually, the answer is yes. E.g., ring plain bob minimus on the front
and back 4s of 8, out of phase by an amount that is neither 0 nor 4 rows.
E.g.
http://www.boojum.org.uk/cgi-bin/line.pl?bells=8&pn=-1458-1458-1456-1258&qs=Grid&action.x=1
But are there some more interesting examples?
Ander
On Sat, 18 Aug 2012, Alexander Holroyd wrote:
> The hunt bell path has rotational symmetry, and although the method itself is
> asymmetric, the line consists almost entirely of long symmetric blocks. I
> found it surprisingly fun to ring.
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