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*To*: vms-list@xxxxxxxxxxx*Subject*: Re: VMs: truncated repeating sequences*From*: Pamela Richards <spirlhelix@xxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Wed, 8 Sep 2004 05:29:01 -0700 (PDT)*In-reply-to*: <JAEKJOMCOCMKCPMKKHGMGEFLCKAA.markefincher@travelinfosystems.com>*Reply-to*: vms-list@xxxxxxxxxxx*Sender*: owner-vms-list@xxxxxxxxxxx

Hi, Marke > There is a consistent pattern to the exceptions in > that > certain specific small sequences such as 'ol', 'o' > and 'y' > have the ability to "float" from the end of one word > to the > beginning of the next and vice-versa. (Some > examples at end). This is very interesting. It is possible that this sort of sequence bears out what I'm sure many have observed; that there are many instances of repeated sequences with a differing final or beginning character, even allowing for the spacing used in the document. I don't know if this is of interest to you, but I have associated it (being an astrologer) with a discussion of the circumstances found on a horscope figure: in astrology, these are known as "rules". For example (Mercury) (Gemini) (lord of the) (first); (Mercury) (Gemini) (Lord of the) (second); (Mercury) (Gemini) (Lord of the) (third), etc. Each of the words or phrases in parentheses would be produced with one character. "Lord of the" I know of no single character for, but it is so predictable and commonly used that someone wishing to encrypt the expression could easily abbrevite it. Conversely, the phrase can be written: (first) (Mercury) (Gemini) (Lord of), which is useful when discussing a particular horoscope figure, each of which has unique qualities. You also have the possibility of adding numbers, like (Mercury) (Gemini) 23 (Lord of the) (first). But there is no reason it would not be all be in one "word", like: =%23lordofthe# This kind of grouping would actually be more commonplace in discussing astrology, as a form of notation. Thanks for sharing your interesting discoveries! Warmly, Pam --- Marke Fincher <markefincher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Hi all, > Continuing my investigation into split/joined words > I ran an > experiment which records repeated sequences but > ignoring the > position of spaces within them. > > I was conjecturing that we might find a lot of long > sequences > which are repeated, but with differing space > patterns. > > All in all, I detected 16000 distinct repeated > sequences of > between 10 and 32 chars, but the vast majority > reoccur with > the same space pattern in each instance, with only a > few > exceptions. > > There is a consistent pattern to the exceptions in > that > certain specific small sequences such as 'ol', 'o' > and 'y' > have the ability to "float" from the end of one word > to the > beginning of the next and vice-versa. (Some > examples at end). > > However, something more interesting also came to > light. > > There are long sequences which reoccur with a > consistent > space pattern *BUT* truncated at a large number of > different > points. > > ?? > > Marke > > --- > > EXAMPLES: > > Two examples of the infrequent varying space > patterns: > > aralarolkee: ar.al.aro.lkee:1 ar.alar.olkee:1 > arolchedyqokai: ar.ol.chedy.qokai:1 > ar.olchedy.qok.ai:1 > > > examples of the variously truncated sequences: > > 07466:a > 02408:ai > 00333:aii > 00030:aiin > 03220:aiin. > 00082:aiin.s > 00184:aiin.sh > 00165:aiin.she > 00009:aiin.shed > 00024:aiin.shedy. > 00006:aiin.shedy.qo > 00002:aiin.shedy.qok > 00005:aiin.shedy.qoke > 00001:aiin.shedy.qokeedy. > 00002:aiin.shedy.qokeedy.qo > 00001:aiin.shedy.qokeedy.qote > > 02222:c > 05729:ch > 04043:che > 00024:chey > 00635:chey. > 00010:chey.q > 00082:chey.qo > 00069:chey.qok > 00014:chey.qoke > 00015:chey.qokee > 00015:chey.qokeey. > 00001:chey.qokeey.q > 00001:chey.qokeey.qo > 00001:chey.qokeey.qok > 00001:chey.qokeey.qoke > 00001:chey.qokeey.qokee > > 05900:d > 00128:dy > 04551:dy. > 00040:dy.q > 00754:dy.qo > 01144:dy.qok > 00052:dy.qokch > 00004:dy.qokchd > 00024:dy.qokchdy. > 00003:dy.qokchdy.qo > 00004:dy.qokchdy.qok > 00001:dy.qokchdy.qoka > 00001:dy.qokchdy.qokal. > > 14737:e > 00851:ed > 00025:edy > 02541:edy. > 00034:edy.q > 00531:edy.qo > 00655:edy.qok > 00125:edy.qoka > 00088:edy.qokai > 00001:edy.qokaii > 00058:edy.qokaiin. > 00001:edy.qokaiin.s > 00005:edy.qokaiin.sh > 00002:edy.qokaiin.she > 00001:edy.qokaiin.shed > 00002:edy.qokaiin.shedy. > 00001:edy.qokaiin.shedy.qo > 00001:edy.qokaiin.shedy.qok > > 14737:e > 00851:ed > 00025:edy > 02541:edy. > 00034:edy.q > 00531:edy.qo > 00434:edy.qok > 00360:edy.qoke > 00016:edy.qoked > 00001:edy.qokedy > 00086:edy.qokedy. > 00014:edy.qokedy.qo > 00022:edy.qokedy.qok > 00005:edy.qokedy.qoka > 00001:edy.qokedy.qokai > 00001:edy.qokedy.qokain.o > > 14737:e > 00851:ed > 00025:edy > 02541:edy. > 00034:edy.q > 01428:edy.qo > 00011:edy.qop > 00007:edy.qopch > 00008:edy.qopche > 00002:edy.qopched > 00001:edy.qopchedy > 00010:edy.qopchedy. > 00001:edy.qopchedy.qo > 00002:edy.qopchedy.qok > 00001:edy.qopchedy.qoke > > > ______________________________________________________________________ > To unsubscribe, send mail to majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxx > with a body saying: > unsubscribe vms-list > ===== "I'd rather learn from one bird how to sing, than to teach ten thousand stars how not to dance." _______________________________ Do you Yahoo!? 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**References**:**VMs: truncated repeating sequences***From:*Marke Fincher

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