[r-t] Unusual Complib composition

Andrew Johnson andrew_johnson at uk.ibm.com
Wed Oct 11 17:43:30 UTC 2017

> From: David Sullivan <david_vince_sullivan at yahoo.co.uk>
> Andrew Johnson writes:
> >1440 Grandsire Triples from 1440 Stedman Triples by Robert M Kilby
> Can someone explain how this is Grandsire Triples? It has thirds 
> every twelve changes rather than the expected fourteen.
> Dave

You are right, the underlying method is this principle rather than 
Grandsire Triples.

I'll put it down to an oddity of Complib.

These also give principles.

Andrew Johnson

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