[r-t] 8 spliced atw 7com
dfm at ringing.org
Thu Mar 29 08:45:55 UTC 2012
I know I'm foolishly ignoring the wise advice John Camp gave in his
post script, but
Are you sure it's such a tidy, fundamental structural property? I
think the following should have just as much right to invariance:
If touches A and B are touches of three or more leads of a single
method, modifying either by replacing one lead, not the first or last,
with a different method results in the same number of changes of
method for touch A as for touch B.
By your counting, that is a false statement.
And yet, once we've introduced one lead of a different method, further
modifications (assuming the same contiguity with existing changes of
method and/or same first and last leads) do result in the addition of
the same number of com.
On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 4:32 AM, Mark Davies <mark at snowtiger.net> wrote:
> Try to envisage a circle of methods with *one* change of method!
Easy enough with Möbius Surprise Major.
Don Morrison <dfm at ringing.org>
"Disney's Technicolor version [of _The Rite of Spring_] wasn't bad.
He inclined...to Mickey-Mouse the music, but he, if anyone, had the
right." -- Ned Rorem, _A Ned Rorem Reader_
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