That is, with 72 columns length 11, are you sure to make 1-8 11s if conditions pass?
Sure I'm much worse, but the number impresses me. If you want, upload the columns.
All the constructs use almost the same algorithm, eg the opap in the Odysseus program with these required columns is 282 and gives the 12 triples 1 11ari if from each group we catch from 3 points of the basic the same result I have with the 72 columns
Expansion in 2 bulletins
bulletin 1 columns 64 (8X8)
1X2
1X2 A GROUP TO HAVE 3 ACCESSORIES
1X2
1X2
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1
1 B GROUP TO KEEP THE BASIC COLUMN
1
1
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1X2
1X2 C GROUP TO HAVE 3 ACCESSORIES
1X2
1X2
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bulletin 2 columns 8th to 3th groups to baseline
1
1 A GROUP TO KEEP THE BASIC COLUMN
1
1
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1X2
1X2 B GROUP TO HAVE 3 ACCESSORIES
1X2
1X2
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1
1 C GROUP TO KEEP THE BASIC COLUMN
1
1
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HOWEVER, WE KNOW THESE WE REQUEST IN THE COLUMN
X111-2111-2111 with 72 columns we have 1 1 in the first bulletin.
The strange thing about this basic column is that opap also gives us 1 11ari
but with 282 columns. If in the first and third group we have caught the base column
then 100% 12ar. If you get the baseline column in all 3 groups the baseline column
then 100% 8 11s