[r-t] Method symmetry

Alexander Holroyd holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Thu Aug 23 19:27:13 UTC 2012

Very interesting indeed!

I would like to see "nicer examples".  For a start, is it possible for 
them to be "non-little" - ie every bell rings in every place?

On Thu, 23 Aug 2012, Mark Davies wrote:

> And it is easy enough to make similar methods whose place notation is 
> asymmetric but which contain bluelines which are entirely symmetric, some 
> about a row, some about a change between rows. For instance, the trivial 
> variation:
> - = 12647583
> Hunt bells 1,2,4 follow paths which are reflectively symmetrical about a row; 
> the other bells have conventional symmetry pivoting on a change between rows.
> I suspect nicer examples than this could easily be constructed - certainly on 
> higher numbers of bells, but probably on eight, too.
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