[r-t] Blue line (/grid) generators / Jump Changes
Graham John
graham at changeringing.co.uk
Sun Mar 22 00:18:11 UTC 2015
Peter King wrote:
> One notation (certainly that used by mathematica)
> is simply to write the permutation. So permuting
> the change {a,b,c,d,e,f} with {1,5,2,6,3,4} produces
> {a,e,b,f,c,d}.
That would be more verbose that writing out the whole lead. Is the notation
used below sufficient?
Graham
Cambridge University Guild
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
St Benet's
Saturday 28 September 2002 in 2h53 (13-3-3)
5040 Jump Minor (3 methods)
(1) Double Oxford Jump, (2-4) 2160 London Treble Jump, (5-7) 2160 Cambridge
Treble Jump
1 P J Earis (Clare)
2 F H King (Churchill)
3 I J Wells (Corpus Christi)
4 R A Smith (Clare)
5 A J W Tibbetts (St Catharine's)
6 J D Shanklin (Magdalene) (C)
A birthday compliment to Jonathan Shanklin and Phillip Orme.
London Treble Jump 36x36.1(243)x12x(354)6.14x14.36 le 12
Cambridge Treble Jump x36x1(243)x12x(354)6x14x56 le12
Double Oxford Jump x1(243)x(354)6x56 le12
Notation in parentheses is conventional mathematical notation, eg 1(243)
turns 214365 into 243156
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