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[personal profile] simont Wed 2014-03-12 11:33
Thanks for this! A couple of friends are currently working on an exhaustive search program to collect data on small cases (which I'll probably put up on the web at some point soonish, once I figure out how to format it most legibly) so it's nice to see someone else trying to approach it from the theoretical end and making progress.

In practice I can find the solution for given m and n with pen and paper and a small amount of fiddling, but at present this margin is too small to contain the details of the general method :-)

Looking at the data I have so far, here are some m,n pairs that might be interesting challenges to your method: s(5,4), s(3,7), s(7,8), s(4,9).
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