[r-t] Cayley graphs of doubles extents
pabs at cantab.net
Fri Nov 12 18:49:25 UTC 2004
Alexander Holroyd <holroyd at math.ubc.ca> wrote at 16:56:11 on Thu, 11 Nov
>Each vertex (point where several lines meet) represents a row on 5
>bells. Two vertices are connected by an edge (line) when one can get
>from one to the other by a legal change. The colour of the edge
>indicates the place notation. Single changes are shown in one picture,
>double changes (in the in-course extent) in another.
Can you put the vertices for the in-course extent on a truncated
icosahedron to show the symmetry? And display just the edges that
correspond to a particular touch? I'd like to see Stedman like this.
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