[r-t] Extent of spliced treble-dodging Major
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That's amazing, Austin. I'm glad you found success with Dancing Links -
a fascinating algorithm (although I never understood why Knuth described
it as nondeterministic, because it seems to me it should produce the
same results every time you run it). I used it in one of my attempts to
find the Mythical Beasts composition, but it did not find any solutions
in that space.
I find it all very fascinating. I just wonder if anyone will ever ring it. Another observation from me.
Maybe not all the methods I called the first peal of in my mis-spent youth were rubbish seeing the
mention of Palgrave S, Wendy S and Meldreth D and also there is the next method of the month namely Ely S!
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