2010年12月26日

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On 30 Oct 2001, at 11:37, Zachary Owen wrote:

> I seem to recall someone stating that there were no numbers
> found in the VMS, I'm not too sure about letter frequencies, so I was
> wondering how this conclusion was reached.

2001/10/31, posted by Gabriel Landini

I had a look at the word patterns in EVA and could not find any obvious EVA characters behaving exclusively as roman characters.

This assumed:
1. numbers from I to III should appear at least once
2. the transcription was correct
3. the eva alphabet is the correct coding of the vms
4. the numbers were written as single words
5. the numbers were coded with a simple substitution (not
considering equivalent characters),

I can repost the text, otherwise it may be found in the mail achive (around 1998?).

Also note that some EVA characters are very close to arabic numerals: r~2, l=mediaeval 4, d=8. This prompted Dennis Mardle to suggest that <olld> in folio f66r.23 could mean 1448.

Also note that some EVA characters are very close to arabic numerals: r~2, l=mediaeval 4, d=8. This prompted Dennis Mardle to suggest that in folio f66r.23 could mean 1448.
1448.jpg

2001/11/2, posted by Dennis Stallings
どこだよ。
I don't remember where it is, but in the VMs there's a diagram of a circle with 5 degree increments marked out. Each 90 degree quadrant has the 5 degree increments marked with the same sequence of VMs characters. These seem like good candidates for VMs numbers. Surely someone remembers where this diagram is.
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