In a folding scenario, the twistor (u,u) is a complex mesh assumed from stew choreography.

Twistors are derivatives of unique walks in twistor space (identified across the network by their unique resource address), and hedged from twistor classes. Each twistor is standardized (being a solved puzzle of Egglepple).

Let (u,u) be any two (2) leaves sequenced for juking. A twistor is a plastic structure such that (u,u) is coded to eventually become a zero-bubble.

The guesstimated total number of twistor classes (t) is derived from the following superalgebra 2^(d-1)/2, where d=11 gives the required thirty-two (32) generators of supersymmetry coordinated in twistor space [which is of the bilinear form (2,2)]. That is to say [(2^k + 2^k) ≡ 2^12], where k is d(=11), for a total of t=4,096.


Notes (+): + Supremum of 4,096 / Infimum of 2,048.

+ All twistors are assumed to be fit. We juke and hedge our bets in order to identify those folds which are ideal/most fit.

Function map: stews --> twistor classes

See also

Analogue: twistor theory

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