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*To*: vms-list@xxxxxxxxxxx*Subject*: Re: VMs: Binomial distribution of word-length, etc...*From*: Dennis <tsalagi@xxxxxxxx>*Date*: Sat, 10 Jan 2004 23:38:40 -0600*References*: <176.240f5363.2d2f2aad@aol.com> <176.240f5363.2d2f2aad@aol.com> <5.2.1.1.0.20040108224721.03866158@pop3.blueyonder.co.uk> <3FFE38FB.DED43031@asus.net>*Reply-to*: vms-list@xxxxxxxxxxx*Sender*: owner-vms-list@xxxxxxxxxxx

> > At 17:32 08/01/2004 -0500, Xod wrote: > > >I think that this finding here > > >http://www.ic.unicamp.br/~stolfi/voynich/00-12-21-word-length-distr/ > > >indicates the furthest advance so far. Another thought. This is an analysis of EVA representation, which is rather verbose. For instance, /ch/ is most likely a single glyph. Thus its presence or absence is a 0/2 character difference. /iin/ is a single glpyh most of the time, so that is a 0/3 difference. Thus for /cth/ , and others. Could this be giving the curve its binomial look? I wonder what you'd see if you analyzed Currier or CurEVA? Dennis ______________________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe, send mail to majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxx with a body saying: unsubscribe vms-list

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