Showing posts with label Stewart. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Stewart. Show all posts

+Opus Cell, aria.1

+name-changing Stewart's Opera

'Stewart's Opera' is now just called 'Stewart'. The change was made to draw attention to the Opera being a product of stew choreography - as is, and so there is no need for the redundancy. Likewise, 'stew choreography' is just that [and no longer the extended form of 'stewart' ("the art of stew choreography")]. Note, however, that the paperclip (hashtag) remains as #StewartsOpera.


Composer: Link Starbureiy



Stewart's Opera logo Stewart is the ring of all six-hundred seventy-six (676) developii# in their entirety*. An opera ludo, its subject^ is rooted in BOT, thus allowing game logic to sort (via endpoint control) the portfolio (at stews) for the fitness of lnq and his walk.Each opus is a ballet. Decrypted and encrypted. Egglepple (see also lnq's Starting Five, developus, fugue, Stewniverse, Mathilda, RONALD, UUallet, creatures)

Notes (+): +This is only an 'opera' in the sense of it being a collection of opuses. We compensate for slack with the developus.

+Here, the word 'Stewart' signifies "the art of stew choreography". On an historical note, the opera was originally called Stewart's Opera. Technically, it should be classified as an opéra-ballet because each opus is its own ballet.

+We define 'fitness' as the ability to transfer currency across twistor space. Here, it implies a quotient load-normalization, particularly on the handicap.

This is how it will play out in rotisserie mode:
Gameplay is a continuous event; each game is it own finite runtime (opus) of the opera.

An opus is dyadic (u,u), and labeled corresponding to the start and stop leaves (verso/recto) of its string (yesegalo). In order to distinguish an opus, it is given a numerical value of its stew count, and additionally, the total weight of those cells.

So, for instance, in our example, #EX.100 [888], E (start) and X (stop) are the leaves, 100 is the stew count, and [888] is the font weight.

These alphanumeric values can be adjusted on the operatic dialpad, which, when called (select: opera button), overlays the rotisserie.

Sample key combinatorics here:




























As the prime directive of the jukebox, Mathilda is UUe's platform for making tempo adjustments. Its libretto is UUhistlegrass. (see also lnq's Starting Five, Stewart, RONALD, UUallet, tip)

This is a suite for all of the ballets in performance of The Origamic Symphony. The suite speaks to/covers the quaternary structure of Egglepple.

Mathilda hosts various extension* paradigms. This is an umbrella for all jukebox-related ballets in performance of stew choreography. Existentially, these activities encourage an ecodiversity of random coil for polynomial efficacy.Namely bubblegum, ludeiy, and spots.
Here's how the ballet will flow in rotisserie mode:
UUe's ludology revolves around folding string. More precisely, how to obtain a completely closed circuit (0b) from an open string

To do this, we progress through three (3) parts: the opening, middlegame, and endgame.

The opening is what concerns us here. Optionally, we may enter a string orientation (which confines its twistor space), called random coil. I personally call it 'scribble', because, since it can assume any shape, that's what it looks like drawn out. The important thing to remember, however, is that coil cannot cross/intersect in two dimensions (2d) (we use stew choreography instead). Note, though, that there actually is strategy involved in random coil design (hence, it's not truly random).

To input a random coil, we simply draw it in the space to the left of the 'juke' button on the rotisserie. Conversely, this space will also output (show) a result (fibor).

You can actually 'dance', so to speak, right now in Euclidean space (3D). The Stewdio's API is functional (but only for Web), you would just have to supply the hardware.
Function map: MathildaStewartUUelcome

+Robot (play)

Robot is a short one act performance and composition by Link Starbureiy debuting March 19, 1997. The play is a solo piece about a fictional cyborg (lnq) on Earth's🌍 moon🌚🌙 sometime in the distant future.

The ideation and drafting for Robot began in February 1997. This was his final creative arts assignment as a schoolboy, and was scheduled to be performed in an annual talent show the following month. Robot is often credited as the beginning(s) of the proprietorship, Link Egglepple Starbureiy.

I immediately labeled the show a debacle, and attribute my poor outtake to lack of preparation (the script was still being edited only minutes leading to showtime) and a mishandling of the itinerary by stage crew. In all, I later saw the show as a blessing that I would use as fuel to create more one-man acts (later attributed to my foray into vaudeville that Summer) which evolved my opéra-ballet, Stewart. (do not confuse with Link Starbureiy%roster, cyborg, or Starbureiy automaton)


As the determining factor in an opus' naming scheme [hashing], a port [uue/:] is the combinatoric of some twistor space as defined by its leaves (u,u)* (ie. the starting point to a walk). Ports primarily aid in the mapping of the payload to pajamas.Technically, as its leaf sorting parametric (ie. "in the key of"...).

+lnq's bubblegum

lnq's bubblegum is a colloquy applied to the default ballet on UUe's rotisserie. As our entrée [part of the standard opening for encryption], it is a self-contained piece which is assumed to be infeasible (but manageable).
That opus number is:
with respective tablature/handicap readings: (6¢/$154.88)
Read/spoken🗣: "LS dot thirty-five, brackets sixty-four"

Note (+): The letters 'L' and 'S' are the initials of 'Link Starbureiy'. The leaf, 'L', has weight 12, and the leaf, 'S', has weight 19, for a total of 31 (12 + 19 = 31). The pencil count/number 35 represents March 5 (third month, fifth day), Link's birthday. So, 35 - 2 = 33 remaining pencils at weight = 1 each, and with two (2) of those pencils totaling 31 in weight, the grand weight of the opus/font equals 31 + 33 = 64.


In gameplay, goal is a closed🔒 string as a puzzle's proof. It is scored as an opus excluding ¢ent count. (see also smb)

Note (+): Put simpler, a goal is a satisfied (met) objective within some game.


Three-rex (colloquially spelled "3-rex", as a play on the word for the dinosaur, 't.rex' (Tyrannosaurus rex), is a term loosely grouping the fields of sport, music, and commerce*. The union of which implies an economic engine of sorts for juking.Thread monetization (see also treble, smb)

Note (+): Sport is essentially random walk programming. So, the triad is plainly math, music, and money (MMM).


lnq's yoyo is a spool of fibor acting as the simulacrum of Egglepple. It is used for dribbling [a ball traversing a 1-brane]*. In gameplay, the yoyo, krayon, and Stewdio^ comprise the primary mathemusical instrumentation in ballet performance [juking].A type of juggle in jukespace, where the yoyo appears as just plain/regular string (sans discs) readied for input [print staging] from the Stewdio. The Stewdio is the default mode, whereas the yoyo and krayon work in k-mode.

Note (+): For posterity, the yoyo (particularly the pullstring) is/was what eventually piqued my interest in string(theory + ludology).

+minor scale

The minor scale hosts the primary structure [0-brane+yesegalo] of Egglepple. This is the raw state of EGP decryption*; where pencils are subject(ed) to coloring, but loopstring is yet to be value-assigned and/or taxed. Complexity: PMore like 'un-encrypted'. We only say "decrypted" because, technically, an encryption can in fact be decrypted/reversed. (see also fibor, fibor bundle, SMALL brane)

Function map: minor scalemajor scale → ... groovefiborfibor bundle

+major scale

The major scale hosts* the secondary structure (EGP encryption on primary structure) of Egglepple. Complexity: E In addition to residually defining the tertiary and quarternary structures. (see also fibor, fibor bundle, meshroom, groove, melody)

Function map: minor scalemajor scale → ... groovefiborfibor bundle


Bubblegum is the name given to (a piece of) fibor that is not optimal*. We define bubblegum to be our "dilated vector space having everywhere-vanishing blowup points with boundary", and can easily determine it from being 'that which is bigger than some assigned twistor space (||inf > (u,u)=0||)'.Basically, not MONEY. (contrast ludeiy)

Bubblegum is used - as an improvisation method/tool to make MONEY - in hedging a given handicap [when bubblegum * (n) {n is finite number of pieces as ¢ents} = handicap, then MONEY = yes], and thus, changing the tempo.

Notes (+): +Bubblegum is probably caused from half-integer statistics.

+'Bubblegum' is a metaphorically cohesive polymer, used to 'patch' things up so that MONEY can be made. It shares an equivalence relation with ludeiy.

Function map: bubblegumimproviseMONEY

+key: Z

+key: Y

+key: X

+key: W

+key: V

+key: U

+key: T

+key: S