[r-t] Method Generator

Alexander Holroyd holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Fri Apr 17 11:28:00 UTC 2015

Probably the vast majority of the method are (measurably) awful ones that 
no-one would want to ring - basically those with very long dodges with 
pairs of adjacent places thrown in.  If you disallow those from the 
start you will have far fewer methods.

On Fri, 17 Apr 2015, Stephen Beckingham wrote:

>> Mark wrote:
>> However, if you are looking for musical compositions, you are likely to
>> get the best results from musical methods with little falseness.
> Yes, this is true to an extent. However, as we're dealing with quarter peal lengths, the falseness isn't so much of an issue as it would be with longer lengths. It's possible to get musical comps out of methods with a fair bit of falseness.
>> Don wrote:
>> "What are the possible place notations when the treble is in 1-2 and 3-4, combined with the various possible lead > head orders, that allow the generation of the most runs (albeit not including 1234s or 4321s) at the back?"
> This seems a sensible approach, and one I'd considered previously. From the results of the searches I've done so far a reasonable starting point would be to look for combinations that a) generate runs in the plain course or b) generate runs in the megatittums course.

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