How to canonicalize a pattern?

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Re: How to canonicalize a pattern?

Postby Serg » Wed May 23, 2012 7:48 am

Hi, coloin!
coloin wrote:Sorry it didnt work for you - not sure why
On re-reading I appreciate that you just want the min lex pattern.

Right you are. I need pattern canonicalization, so any tool I use must read pattern as input and produce pattern as output.

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Re: How to canonicalize a pattern?

Postby ronk » Wed May 23, 2012 8:35 am

Serg wrote:Unfortunately it is quite possible, that 2 puzzles having the same essentially different patterns will have not coinciding minlex form patterns.

What? IMO the "same essentially different" anything sounds/is oxymoronic.
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Re: How to canonicalize a pattern?

Postby Serg » Wed May 23, 2012 12:06 pm

Hi, ronk!
ronk wrote:
Serg wrote:Unfortunately it is quite possible, that 2 puzzles having the same essentially different patterns will have not coinciding minlex form patterns.

What? IMO the "same essentially different" anything sounds/is oxymoronic.

I agree, "equivalent" (instead of "the same essentially different") sounds better.

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