Full question: According to your understanding what a "Human-style" Sudoku Solving Technique is, are these techniques invariant to puzzles' isomorphic transformations?
This is an attempt to cure Marvin's syndrome.
tarek wrote:The solving eye however can miss the same technique when an isomorphic transformation takes place.
Leren wrote:One fun case was my (partially implemented) human style PX solver. Interestingly it found a Suq de Coq move for one PX puzzle.
But what about the F transform of the same puzzle ? What does the F Transform of a Sue De Coq look like? I don't even want to think about that
qiuyanzhe wrote:Any solving method that does not hold after.transformations is pseudoscience ⊙﹏⊙