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Re: VMs: Re: NSU review of Rugg (2003)...
Hi all :-)
*YES* Dan, 8 tables, 8 areas per table - I noted to the list (2
years back) here that
you'll see far fewer c_gallows_c characters then in the opeing pages.
(p.s. the pages are NOT all in order / ES)
But your observation is correct if you grab any front pages and
compare c_gallows_c (flipping of the code)to the rear of the VMS
pages. (note: I don't know about the folded (big / multi) pages.
THEY(?) s/he(?) got your "project fatigue" towards the end!
good eye ;-)
steve (FOLD & FLIP) ekwall
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2003 09:14:12 -0500
From: Dan Harms <danharms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: VMs: Re: NSU review of Rugg (2003)...
Pardon a non-cryptographer for leaping into the discussion, but I haven't
seen this brought up yet.
So we may have a scheme involving eight tables and two or three dozen
Cardan grilles switched off multiple times in a single page, no? If that's
true, I think that after a certain point in the manuscript, project fatigue
would have led the creator to switch off the tables and grilles less
often. Thus, assuming the MS. was written from beginning to end, we should
see different textual characteristics at different points in the MS.
I don't have the intellectual machinery to follow this idea through, but I
thought I'd toss it out.
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