Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Sysudoku Cross Line Exocet Filter


This post introduces a human engineered filtering method for reducing  exocet trials, in number and complexity.  The method is designed to follow the Sysudoku Chute Lettering  technique  introduced previously in this series of posts on the Andrew Stuart Unsolvables .  … Continue reading

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Other Pattern Trials for Unsolvable 190


This post continues with UnSolveable 190 to point out  alternative pattern trials leading to the solution, by clearing the monster fog of candidates.. Here again is the  grid after the blue pattern trial of the first 190 post.  Considering  the … Continue reading

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More 8-Pattern Trials on Unsolvable 190


This post continues  the resolution of the 8-patterns of Unsolvable 190 to a conclusion.  In the previous post, setup for the  double exocet solution was defined by a chute lettering table.  A freeform enumeration on the 8-panel divided six patterns … Continue reading

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Archiving Exocet Trials in Unsolvable 190


This post begins a series  on alternative approaches to trials of base cell solutions of an exocet. This one applies the chute lettering to UnSolvable 190. Then, instead of immediate exocet trials, it begins a systematic resolution of its 8 … Continue reading

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