[r-t] ringing-theory Digest, Vol 89, Issue 11

Matthew Frye matthew at frye.org.uk
Fri Feb 10 12:25:36 UTC 2012

On 10 Feb 2012, at 10:20, edward martin wrote:
> I don't know where or by whom the standard calling is only guaranteed
> for symmetric regular methods  (which of course begs the question what
> is a regular method? ) but I believe that the standard 720 can be
> successfully applied to any Treble dominated Minor method (plain or
> treble bob) whose lead block is symmetric, it doesn't matter whether
> the plain course has Plain Bob leadings or not.

There are internal falseness issues with the standard 720 for treble bob methods with single changes in the wrong place.
I also might want to take some time to convince myself that it works for *all* lead end orders.

On 10 Feb 2012, at 10:20, edward martin wrote:
> If this is indeed the
> case, then it would seem to me that for Minor methods, the primary
> condition of a 'regular' method would have to be that its lead block
> is symmetric.

So are you suggesting a new definition of "regular" to be (for minor at least) "produces a 720 with a standard composition"?


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