Shortening and Lengthening
This chapter reports on what has been achieved in the way of extension. There is no second Standard Case which seems to be analysable in comparable detail. Some of the Standard Case assumptions are tested out, in order to get a general idea of the kinds of complication which arise in their absence. There are several directions in which this can be done; and what follows is divided up into separate enquiries.
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