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*To*: "vms Liste" <voynich@xxxxxxxx>*Subject*: VMS=Code Book cipher*From*: Claus_Anders@xxxxxxxxxxx (Claus Anders)*Date*: Sat, 3 Mar 2001 17:35:41 +0100*Importance*: Normal

Dear all, I want to check if the VMS is possibly a code book cipher. I wrote a small awk-script to analyse the VMS and split all "words" in at least on beginning and a possible middle-part and an ending. The result is remarkable: Unique beginnings are about 480 , mid-parts 275 and endings are about 113. IMHO the balance between beginnings and endings is not optimal. It seems the vocabulary is not big enough and we got to many variations. But: these numbers are variable and what I want to know what are the proportions codebook ciphers (if there are known) or what are proportions for natural languages (like a dictionary). For example in Japanese they have (AFAIK) about 1845 roots (Common-Tojo-Kanjis)+particles which will also can be considered as beginnings, a few mid-parts and some more endings (masu,mashita,deshoo...). So I think with the proportion between the three parts, a better analysis of VMS can be made. My 1st result looks like this: <f1r.P1.1;F>: f[130]-ya[235]-ys[109] yka[458]-l[132] ar[20] yta[476]-iin[108] shol[401] shor[402]-y[234] k[136]-r[194]-e[17] yko[465]-r[194] shol[401]-dy[56] <f1r.P1.2;F>: sor[412]-y[234] ckh[75]-ar[14] or[259]-y[234] kai[138]-r[194] chta[73]-iin[108] shor[402] ar[20] ctha[81]-r[194] ctha[81]-r[194] da[89]-n[149]-n[149] <f1r.P1.3;F>: sy[416]-aii[4]-r[80] shek[390]-y[234] or[259] ykai[459]-in[111] shod[399] ctho[84]-ar[14]-y[96] cthe[83]-s[205] darai[103]-in[111] sy[416] <f1r.P1.4;F>: oii[212]-n[149] otee[278]-y[234] ote[276]-ar[14] ro[366]-lo[143]-t[90] ctha[81]-ar[14] daiin[92] okai[215]-in[111] or[259] okar[218] <f1r.P1.5;F>: sai[370]-ry[204] chear[37] ctha[81]-iin[108] cph[77]-ar[14] cfh[24]-aiin[5] the number in brackets is the code book number of the start-mid-end analysis, which was done before. All the best Claus

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