Regenerative Mathematics
Author: Adekola Taylor
November, 2013
Distributive Regeneration of Ordered System is a phenomenon which occurs when a given system of order comprising a number of elements that are grouped into two or more groups is subjected to a LogicoSequential Distribution for the purpose of regeneration. Regenerative mathematics otherwise known as Kola Analysis is the mathematical study of distributive regeneration of ordered system. The concept of regenerative mathematics came into emergence when it was observed that a set of objects that were grouped into two or more columns and rows when subjected to Logicosequential distribution returned to their original arrangement before being distributed after certain distribution number.
It was further confirmed that different arrangements of these objects have their own regenerative distribution numbers. It was this observation that led to the First Law of LogicoSequential Distribution and it states that every ordered system comprising elements (objects) which can be grouped into two or more columns and rows whether a simple or multiple dimensions has a Regenerative Distribution Number (t), if the elements (objects) in the ordered system are compelled to undergo a series of transposition by LogicoSequential Distribution impressed on them.
In other words, when different sets of ordered system comprising elements that are grouped into two or more rows and columns in a simple dimension are made to undergo LogicoSequential Distribution, their Regenerative Distribution Numbers (t) differ, obeying specific mathematical proportionalities and formulas which could be linear, quadratic, inductive and sequential.
Regenerative Distribution Number (t) and Second to None Regenerative Distribution Number (s)
Regenerative Distribution Number (t) is
defined as the number of transformed distributions it takes for a regeneration of the original state of an ordered system.
Second to None Distribution to the Regenerated d0 in the distribution cycle is denoted by (ds) where s = t  1
(the Second to None Regenerative Distribution Number or the last transposed version distribution number of the starting
arrangement).
The value of last transposed version distribution number (s) of the starting arrangement (d0) is very
crucial to CMIG tricks because when you compare both the vertical and horizontal position ranking values of any card at
starting arrangement (d0) with its vertical and horizontal position ranking values at ds (the second to none distribution
to the regenerated d0), you would assert that the position ranking values of cards at d0 are interchanged vertically and
horizontally respectively at ds.That is to say, if a card at d0 has its horizontal position ranking value
(P^{h}_{d0}) = 11, at ds the same card would have its (P^{v}_{ds}) = 11.
Therefore if a performer instructed a spectator to put his chosen card at the horizontal position ranking value
11^{th} at the starting arrangement (d0) at ds (the second to none distribution to the regenerated d0)
that particular chosen card by the spectator would be at the vertical position ranking value 11^{th}. That is to
say when all the cards are gathered into a single column, the spectator's chosen card would be at 11^{th}
position counting from top downward.
Transposition is the process of causing two or more things to change their
places or positions. Using the Logicosequential distribution, when elements (cards) are being distributed, they change
their positions from one distribution to another until they finally reach the last transposed version distribution of the
starting arrangement (d0) denoted by ds. In the distribution series, the preceded distribution is the transposed
version of the subsequent distribution e.g considering this distribution.
Table 1
d0  d1  

1  2  3  4  5  16  11  6  1  17 
6  7  8  9  10  12  7  2  18  13 
11  12  13  14  15  8  3  19  14  9 
16  17  18  14  20  4  20  15  10  5 
d2 = ds  d3 = dt  
4  8  12  16  20  1  2  3  4  5 
3  7  11  15  19  6  7  8  9  10 
2  6  10  14  18  11  12  13  14  15 
1  5  9  13  17  16  17  18  19  20 
From Table 1, d1 is the transposed version of d0, d2 = ds, is the last transposed
version of d0
d3 = dt, is the regenerated version of d0, d2 = dt  d1= ds
Also there is a midpoint transposed
version termed ds_{m} which has mathematical relation with ds (the last transposed version of d0) e.g considering
the below distribution.
Table 2
d0  d1  d2  

1  2  3  4  5  6  1  7  2  8  3  6  9  1  4 
6  7  8  9  10  3  9  4  10  5  7  10  2  5  8 
d3  d4 = ds_{m}  d5  
7  3  10  6  2  9  7  5  3  1  10  9  8  7  6 
9  5  1  8  4  10  8  6  4  2  5  4  3  2  1 
d6  d7  d8  
5  10  4  9  3  8  5  2  10  7  4  8  1  5  9 
8  2  7  1  6  4  1  9  6  3  2  6  10  3  7 
d9 = ds  d10 = dt  
2  4  6  8  10  1  2  3  4  5  
1  3  5  7  9  6  7  8  9  10 
So the distribution goes thus,
d0, d1, d2, d3, d4 = ds_{m}, d5, d6, d7, d8, d9 = ds, d10 = dt (regenerated d0)
d4 = ds_{m} is the midpoint transposed version & the transposed version of d5
d9 = dtd1 is the last transposed version of d0 or d10 (regenerated d0)
The relationship between ds_{m} and ds
The mathematical relationship between dsm and ds is given as below.
ds =2ds_{m} + d1........................(1)
Where s = t  1.......................(2)
(i)For examples, if ds_{m} = d1
Then ds = 2 x d1 + d1 = d3
(ii) if ds_{m} = d2
Then ds = 2 x d2 + d1 =d5
(iii) if ds_{m} = d32
Then ds = 2 x d32 + d1 = d65
The calculation of regenerative distribution number (t) and that of last transposed distribution number (s) is very pertinent to card mathematical intelligence games (CMIG). Some of the mathematical proportionalities and formulas that can be used to calculate regenerative distribution number would be treaed. You may decide to use any number of cards for CMIG tricks once you know how to calculate regenerative distribution number of your chosen arrangement. Another area that is also interesting is that through mathematical formulas you can monitor the positional change of any element (card) in the distribution cycle.
That is to say a formula for calculating the subsequent positional change of any element in the distribution cycle would be used in calculating both vertical and horizontal position ranking values of elements (cards) in the distribution cycle. This aspect of Kola Analysis is called Positiomatics. Some aspects of the Analysis of Distributive Regeneration of Ordered System in Simple dimension brought about card mathematical intelligence games.
KOLA ANALYSIS
Kola Analysis is the mathematical analysis of a logicalmathematical intelligence phenomenon called
Distributive Regeneration of Ordered System. This involves derivation of formulas and proportionalities governing
the phenomenon by gathering and analyzing data, recognizing patterns, handling of logical thinking through mathematical
manipulative and critical thinking skills and solving intelligence questions.
Kola Analysis is divided into four.
 Analysis of Distributive Regeneration of Ordered System: This is divided into two.
(A) Analysis of Distributive regeneration of ordered System in simple dimension. This is further categorized as follows:
(i) Power Inductive Distribution,
(ii) Column Inductive Distribution,
(iii) Sequential graphical Distribution,
(iv) Quadratic Distribution,
(v) Exceptional Distributions.
(B) The analysis of Distributive Regeneration of Ordered System in Multiple Dimension  Positiomatics: This is divided into two as follows.
(i) Simple Dimension Positiomatics
(ii) MultiDimension Postiomatics  Complexity Emergence in Distributive Regeneration of Ordered System: This is the analysis of effect of removal of elements in an ordered system on Regenerative Distribution Number (t) and Positiomatics when subjected to LogicoSequential Distribution.

Cryptography and application of Distributive regeneration of Ordered System:This involves research on the real world
application of Kola Analysis in computer programming, intelligence game development and software development that have
special features in encryption, security and defence, computer simulation, military and civil intelligence and everyday
work applications.
The Quadratic Distribution
According to Taylor (2010), a set of ordered systems where the total number of elements n (E) could be expressed in form of arrangement C_{e}[C_{e}  2], the overall formula connecting this arrangement and its even regenerative distribution number (t_{e}) is given as n (E) = C_{e} [C_{e}  2] = 1/4 [t_{e}]^{2}  1...........(1)
C_{e}[C_{e}  2] = 1/4 [s_{o}]^{2} + 1/2 s_{o}  3/4
where C_{e} = Even number of columns in the ordered system, r = [C_{e}  2] = Even number of rows and t_{e} = Even Regenerative Distribution Number.
There are series of formulas under the quadratic distribution aspect of distributive regeneration of ordered system but for the purpose of this book, the above formula and its derivative would be used for illustrations.Since t = s + 1
t_{e} = s_{o} + 1, s_{o} is the odd last transposed version number of the starting distribution or arrangement.
C_{e}[C_{e}  2] = 1/4 [s_{o} + 1]^{2}  1
C_{e}[C_{e}  2] = 1/4 [s_{o}]^{2} + 1/2 s_{o}  3/4......................(2)
Illustrations
(1) In a football match opening ceremony, 80 students are needed to make a parade to grace the occasion. They are grouped into 10 columns with each column having 8 students and if their parade mechanism obeys LogicoSequential Distribution. Calculate the Regenerative Distribution Number (t) of the arrangement.
Solution
The total number of students, n (E) = 80, Number of columns = 10
Since 10 x 8 can be expressed in terms of C_{e}[C_{e}  2]
C_{e}[C_{e}  2] = 1/4 [t_{e}]^{2}  1
10 x 8 = 1/4 [t_{e}]^{2}  1
t = 18 or 18
Since we are dealing with concrete things t_{e} = 18
The Regenerative Distribution Number (t) of the arrangement = 18
(2) Calculate the last transposed version distribution number of the starting arrangement, if 24 cards are grouped into 6 columns with each column having 4 cards.
Solution
n (E) = 24, Since 6 x 4 can be expressed in terms of C_{e}[C_{e}  2]
6 x 4 = 1/4 [s_{o}]^{2} + 1/2 s_{o}  3/4
24 x 4 = [s_{o}]^{2} + 2 s_{o}  3
[s_{o}]^{2} + 2 s_{o}  99 = 0
s_{o} =  11 or 9
Since we are dealing with concrete things s_{o} = 9. The last transposed version distribution number of the starting arrangement = 9.
Problems Calculate the regenerative distribution number (t), if 80 cards are grouped into 10 columns with each column having 8 cards.
 Calculate the regenerative distribution number (t), if 99 cards are grouped into 9 columns with each column having 11 cards.
 If a student grouped 399 cards into 19 columns with each column having 21 cards. Calculate (i) the last transposed version distribution number of the starting distribution (ii) if the numbers of columns and rows were interchanged what would be the new regenerative distribution number for this new arrangement. n (E) = 399
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