Divination table for anharmonic lambda

UPDATE: Second version, better: kali24.

UPDATE: first version to play here. Needs fiddling though, the termination rewrites not yet clear and it may need to pass to the full projective 24 nodes version, but I hope not. Anyway, it is surprisingly fit, seen that the background has absolutely nothing to do with lambda calculus.

The ambition is to use it for anharmonic chemlambda but IC style seems simpler.

I stare at this to generate the right choice of rewrites

zhexa

and it is much to say, but maybe you can figure it out from some links:

anharmonic group

em

shuffle trick

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