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I have analyzed the different COLL Cases, and I have organized them into a table which might help some people out who might be intimidated with it at first glance, just as I did for OLL at:
http://www.speedsolving.com/forum/showthread.php?p=259411#post259411
Of course (as others pointed out for my table of OLL), the algorithms may not be grouped together such that the algorithms are related, but I am certain that this table is very well organized as far as the cases go.
I have also described how many of the cases are from odd parity, and how many are not.
All other information is provided in the document (attached).
I call this the "Periodic Table of COLL Algorithms" because it also has dashed lines which separated a subcategory of cases as well as a solid line which separates another group of cases from the rest. This makes the table all the more efficient to find the corresponding algorithm for a case.
Unlike all other COLL tables which I have seen, this table helps you identify F much faster for cases when there is not 2 of the same color. As a matter of fact, I made the table so that, once you rotate your cube to match the orientation case of the cube, F will always be the color in the top right. The table has been designed to make up for the fact that, from other tables F is identified when there is 2 occurences of it.
The algorithms provided are not mine, however, the source is provided. I have made all of the figures and the table though.
Lastly, I have provided a table with gray as a general table (for those who understand that it is not necessary to have 4 tables to do COLL) but I have also made the time to do 4 different tables with each color (especially for those who have never seen COLL before). Best of all, for those who already know COLL or who are learning different algorithms, I have provided blank tables so that you can write in your own algorithms, etc.
I hope you like it. Please comment.
http://www.speedsolving.com/forum/showthread.php?p=259411#post259411
Of course (as others pointed out for my table of OLL), the algorithms may not be grouped together such that the algorithms are related, but I am certain that this table is very well organized as far as the cases go.
I have also described how many of the cases are from odd parity, and how many are not.
All other information is provided in the document (attached).
I call this the "Periodic Table of COLL Algorithms" because it also has dashed lines which separated a subcategory of cases as well as a solid line which separates another group of cases from the rest. This makes the table all the more efficient to find the corresponding algorithm for a case.
Unlike all other COLL tables which I have seen, this table helps you identify F much faster for cases when there is not 2 of the same color. As a matter of fact, I made the table so that, once you rotate your cube to match the orientation case of the cube, F will always be the color in the top right. The table has been designed to make up for the fact that, from other tables F is identified when there is 2 occurences of it.
The algorithms provided are not mine, however, the source is provided. I have made all of the figures and the table though.
Lastly, I have provided a table with gray as a general table (for those who understand that it is not necessary to have 4 tables to do COLL) but I have also made the time to do 4 different tables with each color (especially for those who have never seen COLL before). Best of all, for those who already know COLL or who are learning different algorithms, I have provided blank tables so that you can write in your own algorithms, etc.
I hope you like it. Please comment.
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