[seqfan] Re: Variation on an infinite Sudoku-type array
Zak Seidov
zakseidov at mail.ru
Sun Jul 3 05:49:58 CEST 2016
And you may/wish to submit the SEQ
1, 2, 3, 4, 2,3,4,5,6,1,4,6,2,1,6,5,2,3,4,...
with your great bfile.
Zak
>Воскресенье, 3 июля 2016, 4:53 +03:00 от Kerry Mitchell <lkmitch at gmail.com>:
>
>Hi Zak,
>
>I'm sorry for not acknowledging your idea. I had already started looking
>at the spiral when I saw your post, so we're both geniuses! :-) I'm glad
>you like the figures.
>
>Kerry
>
>On Sat, Jul 2, 2016 at 4:30 PM, Zak Seidov < seqfan at list.seqfan.eu > wrote:
>
>>
>> Dear Kerry,
>> This is exactly my "old spiral",
>> see my post to [seqfan] 30 june, 14:05 .
>> Apparently nobody noticed it in the "hectic" thread
>> "Sudoku-type array":(
>>
>> Zak
>> PS But you've calculated great figures!
>> While I just mentioned the "idea".
>> Congrats!
>>
>>
>> >Суббота, 2 июля 2016, 22:36 +03:00 от Kerry Mitchell < lkmitch at gmail.com
>> >:
>> >
>> >Hi all,
>> >
>> >This is a spinoff from the "A269526, an infinite Sudoku-type array"
>> thread.
>> >
>> >I was intrigued by the idea in the original thread and wanted to try some
>> >variations. I didn't like the antidiagonals approach because of the break
>> >at the end of a line, jumping down to the next line. So I tried with a
>> >square spiral (ala Ulam spiral), so that each newly populated cell is
>> >adjacent to the previous cell. Here are the central 121 cells:
>> >
>> >09 16 02 04 07 14 11 12 01 05 08
>> >17 08 15 14 13 12 09 10 06 07 03
>> >01 02 04 11 10 03 08 07 09 13 15
>> >08 09 07 03 05 06 01 02 04 12 11
>> >11 12 08 01 02 04 03 06 05 10 14
>> >15 07 06 05 03 01 02 04 08 11 12
>> >14 10 03 02 04 05 06 01 07 09 13
>> >07 11 09 06 01 02 04 05 03 08 10
>> >04 13 05 07 08 09 10 11 12 06 01
>> >12 14 10 09 06 13 05 03 15 16 07
>> >10 15 01 12 16 08 14 13 11 18 17
>> >
>> >The sequence begins with "01" in the center. Here's a list of those
>> >values, in order:
>> >
>> >1
>> >2
>> >3
>> >4
>> >2
>> >3
>> >4
>> >5
>> >6
>> >1
>> >4
>> >6
>> >2
>> >1
>> >6
>> >5
>> >3
>> >1
>> >5
>> >2
>> >6
>> >1
>> >2
>> >4
>> >5
>> >3
>> >7
>> >8
>> >5
>> >4
>> >9
>> >7
>> >8
>> >3
>> >10
>> >11
>> >4
>> >7
>> >8
>> >6
>> >3
>> >9
>> >5
>> >7
>> >8
>> >9
>> >10
>> >11
>> >12
>> >6
>> >8
>> >9
>> >11
>> >10
>> >12
>> >13
>> >7
>> >6
>> >10
>> >9
>> >12
>> >13
>> >14
>> >15
>> >8
>> >2
>> >9
>> >12
>> >7
>> >10
>> >11
>> >13
>> >14
>> >10
>> >9
>> >6
>> >13
>> >5
>> >3
>> >15
>> >16
>> >7
>> >1
>> >10
>> >13
>> >12
>> >14
>> >11
>> >15
>> >3
>> >8
>> >5
>> >1
>> >12
>> >11
>> >14
>> >7
>> >4
>> >2
>> >16
>> >9
>> >17
>> >1
>> >8
>> >11
>> >15
>> >14
>> >7
>> >4
>> >12
>> >10
>> >15
>> >1
>> >12
>> >16
>> >8
>> >14
>> >13
>> >11
>> >18
>> >17
>> >
>> >And here are a couple of images of the sequence. In the first, the colors
>> >represent the values, from black (small) to white (large). In the second,
>> >values <= 100 are black and those > 100 are white.
>> >
>> > http://www.kerrymitchellart.com/temp/spiral-low.jpg
>> > http://www.kerrymitchellart.com/temp/spiral-high.jpg
>> >
>> >Kerry
>> >
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