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A meander is an alternative representation of an acceptable row sequence for a simple alternating transit maze, where the numbers indicate the order of the crossings of a curve through a line. Friel worked on the problem of counting meanders, and created a program to visualize meanders and test integer sequences for acceptability as meander patterns. The user interface is shown here. More information is available in the Summer Institute 1993 reports.
Meanders by Patrick Friel
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