Showing posts with label scribble. Show all posts
Showing posts with label scribble. Show all posts

+fret

A fret (ie. activation fee/price-per-token) or coin is a conjectured ideal phenomenon in juking. Theoretically, it is the "lowest-level juke [as one-twenty-sixth (1/26th) of a sporadic group]" at one ¢ent (penny), where the value is derived from the ¢ent formula [fret = logn(b/a) | {b,a = (u,u), n = font size × font weight}]. Its representative tablature indicates the range from which integer-spin statistics are obtained. (see bid)

The significance of the fret (and the idealism of it) is its extreme affordability; one ¢ent is considered to be Nature's disposable income. Mirroring chemistry, the fret would be the lowest available energy level [resonance].

In everyday vernacular, most, if not all, jukes hedging opus handicaps are assumed to be so-called "(penny) frets". That is, their fret is typically worth "pennies on the dollar" or "cents on the dollar". The fret itself may be an accurate description of a general deposit because standard coupon deviation is registered by table.
/// +In theory, attaining a per-¢ent fret is challenging because of tablature efficiency conditions; where the greater the number of pencils (and hence ¢ents), the heavier the string, resulting in a juke with a wild count.
+In practice, a pure 'penny' (1¢) fret is infeasible in two-dimensional (2d) vector space because such a fret is not congruent with any handicap, and for this reason, we improvise (ie. choreograph in twistorspace). Routinely, quotient normalization happens when the handicap becomes saturated.

+ballet ๐Ÿฉฐ

As our "dance* of the ball", ballet is an improvisational program [opus] that synthesizes walk categories from random coil.~** In the Egglepple scenario, the 'dance' is stew choreography, and the band of dancers is yots. ~~ What I refer to as 'walking the string'.

Each ballet is a frame arrangement [lyrically, the bundling of two (2) or more fibors (either by encryption or decryption) into gameplay]. (see Starbureiy ballet, ludeiy, groove (scheme), opera, #opรฉra-ballet, #libretto)
/// We may consider ballet to be the transition from opening to endgame. I prefer to think of a ballet as an opera's lemma.
Function map: balletopera

+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: P** More like 'un-encrypted'. We only say "decrypted" because, technically, an encryption can in fact be decrypted/reversed. (see fibor, fibor bundle, SMALL brane)

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

+random coil

Ludologically, the function of opening๐Ÿ”“ a loopstring is processed seemingly random.
/// As in each outcome has equal probability.

A random coil is the lowest-level [dim≤1] (unmapped) orientation of a brane. This unstructured position sample [an algebraic curve] is known* as its preimage (or illustrative state for both pitch and incidental tax determinance).** I label it 'scribble'.

Instead of being a specific shape/pose, it is a statistical distribution of all populated conformations (albeit, strictly those lacking subunit definition). If each conformation (walk) has equal probability or weight, then such coil is the acoustically-approximated bounds of some twistorspace. (compare denaturation, contrast identity)
/// +It is not uncommon to have multiple different coil(s) for the same opus/string.
+The orientation is that of algebraic curvature because topologically, random coils are random walks on curved surfaces. My given axiom is that encryption can be hidden in its algebra.

Function map: scribblesponge

+loopstring

The loopstring, or l-string, is a string of unstereotyped pencils. Technically, l-string is a sesquilinear random coiling* of a 1-brane (which is) concatenated to and from specified reading frames (egg and epp), and subject to certain conditions (such as being gameplay-compliant).** As some measure of twistorspace.

The string may be open๐Ÿ”“ or closed๐Ÿ”’, but is closed by default (hence the term 'loop'). In fact, the main objective of each opus is to twist some variation of this object into a functionally unique fibor. (compare loop quantum gravity)
/// +In the context of the whole of string theory, the loopstring may colloquially be referred to as "toy string". We must be careful, however, to not confuse this "toy string" or its ludology (SL) with bosonic string theory (which is considered a "toy model" for which to introduce string theory education).
+I named it "loopstring" from 'loopy quanta' plus 'superstring', even though both terms are misnomers.


An argument can be made that l-string is a rudimentary automaton. It is hypothesized that all games are (or any game can be) based on and around some primitive manifestation of this object. Hence, when we want to study the ludology of any phenomenon, we could start with a drawn loopstring, and proceed from there. (see stew)

+preimage

In signal processing, the preimage ("before the fold"/recto) function of a loopstring configuration, is the sequence of pencils (ie. set of intermediate states - to include SMALL branes and yesegalo) that are framed prior to the determination of an object's image. The preimage is the inverse of an image. (see opera)
/// The preimage range is comparable to a denatured protein. Likewise, its domain could be that of subchem.

+pitch

We refer to the intonation field of a brane (particularly an loopstring) as its pitch, or the pitch. In practical terms, this is simply the dimension (ie. length) of some random coil as measured in stews [precisely, the measure between two (2) nuts]. (see also port, key, coverage)
/// The pitch of the (subchem) yoke is Egglepple.

+lyric

A lyric is a poetic appropriation resulting in proof. Each lyric is a loopstring frequency [triangulated datapoint on a brane] assumed from folding.

The (lyrical) set itself is all twenty-six (26) fret spores (0-25) which includes two (2) chords: minor (group of prime numbers) and major (group of composite numbers).

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