[r-t] Method symmetry
graham at changeringing.co.uk
Thu Aug 23 13:15:28 UTC 2012
Am I missing something?
Ander's example has rotational symmetry and has 8 hunt bells (note: not a method according to CC decisions as it is not divisible into leads).
Mark's first example has palindromic symmetry:
-1-5.4.5 = 12647583
Mark's second example however, is asymmetric, so does meet the criteria:
-126.96.36.199.5 = 12647583
I wonder though whether Ander's stated problem sufficiently constrained. For example if you put Cambridge Minor on top of Cambridge Minor (but offset by say two changes), you create a Differential Maximus method that fulfills the criteria, but I doubt that this is in the spirit of the challenge. Perhaps the problem should be constrained to a single hunt method, or principle?
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