Ludologically, the function of opening a string is processed seemingly random.


Note (+): As in each outcome has equal probability.

A random coil (or scribble) is the lowest-level (one-dimensional) orientation of a leaf string. This unstructured position sample is known as its preimage (or illustrative state for both pitch and incidental tax determinance). If each conformation has equal probability or weight, then such coil is the acoustically-approximated bounds of some twistor space. Instead of being a specific shape, it is a statistical distribution of all populated conformations (albeit, strictly those lacking subunit definition).

See also

Analogue: random coil

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