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Hello Gene Ward Smith,
can you please give a simple example? Thanks :)
- xenwolf May 29, 2011, 12:42:46 PM UTC-0700
Basically, you take the val of k*N-edo, get the primes with mappings divisible by k (integer steps of N-edo), and for those that don't, find some power, product, or quotient that does. For the 2*N subgroup you'll usually square the first prime mapped to an odd number of 2*N-edo steps and multiply the prime by any other prime mapped to an odd number of steps of 2*N-edo.
- bootmii December 22, 2016, 04:30:17 PM UTC-0800