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Re: VMs: deeper investigation on truncated repeating seqs.
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From: "Marzio De Biasi" <voynich@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 10 September 2004 15:40
Subject: Re: VMs: deeper investigation on truncated repeating seqs.
> In the previous I missed "Conclusions"
> 1) text in English language (every langauge-grammar?) produces "Marke
> Fincher sequences"
> 2) assuming the same N (length of the starting string) and MAXHOLE (number
> of missing subsequences
> allowed) in VM can be found much more "Marke Fincher sequences" than in
> text used for
> comparison ("holy bible").
> ( for N=16, MAXHOLE=8 VM produced more than a hundred sequences, HOLYBIBLE
> only 4 sequences )
> I trivial conclusion is that if VM is not a hoax the equivalent of a char
> in Voynichese is a sequence of 2 or more symbols (space included).
I would agree 100% with this assumption.
> Before any other considerations/conclusions I would like to investigate
> more on uniquesness of
> sequences (the 'replace with @' rule on the algorithm I used above seems
> deal with a higher "capability
> of the VM in generating new unique sequences of characters").
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