[r-t] Bobs only Stedman Triples
mark at snowtiger.net
Sat Oct 14 17:48:07 UTC 2017
> An example of group [6.26] has elements
> 1234567 2341657 3412567 4123657
> so can form 4 1-part blocks, 2 2-part blocks or 1 4-part block.
For sure; so I suppose if the Hamiltonian decomposes into a single
4-part block you have a peal immediately, but if not there's not much
chance of joining the separate blocks?
Your paper says you've found at least one cycle for this group -
presumably this wasn't a peal? What do you think the chances of finding
one that does work are? An exact four-part would be rather lovely!
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