[r-t] Bobs only Stedman Triples

Robert Bennett rbennett at woosh.co.nz
Tue Jun 26 05:37:03 UTC 2012


By a Q-set, I mean 3 bobs affecting the same 3 bells behind, or 3 omits
affecting the same 3 bells. 

Each six of Erin is capable of being rung in 3 versions, 123... 231....
and 312... 

The Q sets apply regardless of what order the front bells are in. 

The peal of Erin requires 840 sixes. 

That makes 280 Q-sets. Now have to decide which ones are plained and with
ones are bobbed.  

As you say, since there is no set of bob blocks true and complete, there
needs to be a number of fragments joined together. 
 But I think that the bobs must still be used in threes.

 On Tue 26/06/12 2:19 AM , edward martin edward.w.martin at gmail.com sent:
  On 25 June 2012 12:32, Robert Bennett  wrote:

 > _I think one way would be to start with complete Q-sets. That is to
 > which q-sets are to be omitted and then work out which way round the
 > between the omits have to be rung, so that they link up, and don't run
 > false._

 That would be nice if it were possible to set out the 5040 of Erin
 Triples in true bobbed blocks...but it is not possible
 so, what other "complete q-sets do you have in mind? also slow sixes
 only flow one way (whole pulls wrong) reverse them and you get quick
 sixes (whole pulls right) !

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