Substring Sequencing part 2

Quite peculiar…


Here is a snippet of my 5 string sequencing. I couldn’t/didn’t want to show it all because it would have required extra snips or smaller sizing which I didn’t want to do.

On the left is all the possible sequences. 1-2-3s, 1-3-5s, 2-4-6, (all 5 strings not 3’s of course). On the right is only the pure sequencing, aka only containing 1-2-3-4-5, 2-3-4-5-6, 3-4-5-6-7, etc. There appears to be no edge in the grand scheme of things(probabilities favoring no movement, yet there appears to be some edge in the pure strings. Although this seems like it’s possibly good, I’m starting to have doubts about why this is working. I may revisit this string idea with a different definition, or archive it for good. As far as my own definition of a wave, I may want to rework it. I don’t want to stick with an idea for too long that doesn’t work, yet I don’t want to ditch an idea before I’ve exhausted it either.


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