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Algorithm

tianxama
Hi,
Is this yet discovered? :
 
1. Given a "potential value" of a given number made of digits, wich is the reduction to one digit by succesive sum of its digits.
2. This value repeats in an interval (-(base-1)) - 0 - (base-1)
3. Let's call "weight" of a digit in the expression: (base pow positionDigit) * digit
4. Assigning identifiers, given the case, in a specific interval it happens that:
a. Given three nodes, left, right and parent with respective identifiers.
b. Maybe func(potentialValue(leftNodeID), potentialValue(rightNodeID)) == func(potentialValue(parentNodeID))

It's just an idea to develop how in a graph, reduced to a binary tree, one can, for example, calculate regarding only in node identifiers, if two nodes are interconnected and in how many and which type of leaps.

Regards,
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