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Original definition of each version of Bashicu Matrix, which is implemented in Bashicu Matrix Calculator are as follows.

BM1, 2, 2.1 and 3 have non-terminating standard sequence. Standard sequence is a sequence which can appear in the calculation process of (0,0,..,0)(1,1,...,1)[n].

See also

Version 1 (BM1)

yabasic program is the original program.

  • It is a program translated from BASIC code of trio sequence which Bashicu published on his blog post.
  • Original program of the trio sequence was deleted by Bashicu.
  • Calculation results of the yabasic program were summarized at ja:ユーザー:Kyodaisuu/バシク行列検証, and Bashicu confirmed that the algorithm was correctly implemented.
  • After that, the yabasic program was translate to C and implemented in the Bashicu matrix calculator. The calculation result was compared with the yabasic version.
  • Hyp cos pointed out on 28 April, 2016 that the calculation of BM1 does not stop with (0,0,0)(1,1,1)(2,0,0)(1,1,0)(2,1,0)(3,1,0)[n].

Version 2 (BM2)

BASIC program is the original program.

Version 2.1 (BM2.1)

basmat.c is the original program.

  • Koteitan wrote the C program and defined this version.
  • This version has non-terminating sequence.

Version 2.2 (BM2.2)

basmat.c is the original program.

  • Koteitan wrote the C program and defined this version.

Version 2.3 (BM2.3)

basmat.c is the original program.

  • Koteitan wrote the C program and defined this version.

Version 3 (BM3)

BASIC program is the original program.

Version 3.1 (BM3.1)

basmat.c is the original program.

Version 3.2 (BM3.2)

basmat.c is the original program.

  • Nish invented the algorithm and koteitan wrote the C program.
  • BM3.2 = BM2.3 (Finding C matrix) + BM3.1 (Changing C matrix)

Version 3.3 (BM3.3)

Yabasic program by rpakr is the original program.

  • rpakr explains that in March 2019, rpakr and ecl1psed in discord collaborated and made a definition that seems to work like idealized BMS, and the version is currently called "BM3.3".
  • koteitan made a C code for bashic matrix calculator and sent a pull request.

Version 4 (BM4)

BASIC program is the original program.

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