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I created this file myself and I have just now indicated so in the file's description page. —AugPi (t) 14:10, 26 May 2010 (UTC)

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Likewise for this image. —AugPi (t) 14:12, 26 May 2010 (UTC)

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  • Ok, so I see an Accept button, and there is a greyed-out Unaccept button, which means that I can't Unaccept, though I can revert vandalism that has already occurred by making a corrective edit and then Accepting my own edit... so maybe I'm beginning to understand how this works... —AugPi (t) 08:53, 26 June 2010 (UTC)

Quarter-comma meantone construction[edit]

Hi AugPi, I discovered from the revision history of Meantone temperament, that you are the author of the sections "Construction of the diatonic scale", and "Construction of the chromatic scale", that have been moved later to a separate article: Quarter-comma meantone (see here and here). I have been editing the article, and I was wondering if you could help me to fully understand your rationale, so that I can respect your decisions as much as possible.

You selected a scale starting from C (i.e., what I would call a "C-based" scale), which cannot be built from a "symmetric" C-based stack of fifths (where "symmetric" means with the base note C at its center):

  • C-based symmetric: G♭—D♭—A♭—E♭—B♭—F—C—G—D—A—E—B—F♯

It can only be built from this "asymmetric" C-based stack of fifths (with C out of center):

  • C-based asymmetric: A♭—E♭—B♭—F—C—G—D—A—E—B—F♯—C♯—G♯
Approximate size in cents of the 156 intervals in quarter-comma meantone tuning. Interval names are given in their standard shortened form. Pure intervals are shown in bold font.

I am explaining this because using an asymmetric stack has important drawbacks: for instance, one of the intervals in your scale (C-G♯) is a "wolf" minor sixth, severely out-of tune (by about 41 cents from its just intonation)! And another interval (C-C♯) is a minor second the size of which is not frequently observed in the other 11 minor seconds starting from the other notes of the same scale. You can see this in my table on the right, which shows all the intervals which can be built from your C-based asymmetric scale. By the way, the minor sixth is the inversion of the major third, so in quarter-comma meantone, the very purpose of which is to provide justly intonated major thirds, the minor sixth is supposed to be justly intonated as well.

A symmetric scale, on the other hand, would not have these drawbacks. In my table, for instance, the scale starting from D can be obtained from a symmetric stack of fifths, centered at D:

  • D-based symmetric: A♭—E♭—B♭—F—C—G—D—A—E—B—F♯—C♯—G♯

And you can see that it contains no wolfs, provides a justly intonated minor sixth, and is the only scale which contains ALL the most often observed intervals. Of course, a C-based symmetric scale would also be ok (not shown in my table). So, I would suggest either

1. A D-based symmetric scale
2. A C-based symmetric scale

This article, however, shows:

3. A C-based asymmetric scale (see here)

Were you aware of these drawbacks? Would you support my suggestion?

--Paolo.dL (talk) 12:44, 16 July 2010 (UTC)

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A quick question[edit]

Hi there, I have just finished wikifying an article you created (Kinetic momentum). You obviously have a lot more knowledge on the subject than i which is why i just wanted to double check one of my wikilinks with you. I did try to speak to the author of that particular edit but turns out he's been de-admin'ed and banned and you were the next best person to ask. Anyway the use of the word "extremizing", I dont have a clue what this means when talking equations despite trying to find out. The only thing i could find that was possibly correct was Maxima and minima. As i said above this level of mathematics etc is way beyond my understanding. If this is incorrect, please let me know. Thanks Bailo26 21:36, 6 June 2011 (UTC)

That is basically correct, though a link to calculus of variations would be more to the point, especially since the calculus of variations article has a section on the Euler-Lagrange equation, which is used in the derivation of Hamiltonian mechanics/Hamilton's equations of motion. —AugPi (t) 13:40, 7 June 2011 (UTC)
Excellent, thanks for your help Bailo26 16:34, 7 June 2011 (UTC)

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File:BoysSurfaceTopView.PNG[edit]

I like your image of Boy's surface. (File:BoysSurfaceTopView.PNG) Which parameterization is it? I am concerned that articles contradict each other at the moment - at Boy's surface#Property of Bryant-Kusner parametrization it says that it is the Bryant-Kusner parameterization, whereas at Bernard Morin it says it is the Morin one. Thanks in advance for clarifying this matter. RupertMillard (Talk) 03:12, 31 December 2011 (UTC)

It is the Bryant-Kusner. —AugPi (t) 15:16, 31 December 2011 (UTC)
Thanks. And thanks for sorting out the Bernard Morin article. I think the animation that you tried to insert was static because of the way MediaWiki resizes GIF files. I've put it back in, but it's arguably a little too big now. RupertMillard (Talk) 16:14, 31 December 2011 (UTC)

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Move example LR parser in Prolog[edit]

Hi, I request that you please move the example LR parser (coded in Prolog) from the main LR parser article to some separate specialty article. See talk notes there for reasons. Thanks! DBSand (talk) 21:23, 14 May 2012 (UTC)

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You can go ahead and delete it; I don't mind. —AugPi (t) 14:49, 14 July 2013 (UTC)
I wouldn't upload a file like that nowadays, since it is too subjective (and a bit of an embarrassment to me now, to be frank, so I would be grateful if you delete it...). —AugPi (t) 15:09, 14 July 2013 (UTC)
OK, I voted in favor of its deletion. —AugPi (t) 15:16, 14 July 2013 (UTC)

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Proposed deletion of Kummer ring[edit]

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First, the term "Kummer ring" is not commonly used for this ring, which would more commonly be called a cyclotomic ring. The article does cite one undergraduate textbook originally published in 1967 whose author seems to have invented the term; it's not clear that the term has been substantially used outside that one book. In fact, a search in MathSciNet for "Kummer ring" in the Anywhere field turns up three articles, each of which uses the term in a sense that is different from the one here; because of this, "Kummer ring" should not become a redirect either - it should simply be deleted. Second, what mathematical content is here has been improved and incorporated into Cyclotomic field. Third, I pinged the three main contributors; only one responded, and that contributor agrees that there is no real content here; see the Talk page.

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