Why men (and octopuses) cannot juggle a four ball cascade

A.G. Engels, S. Mauw

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Abstract

The most common juggling pattern is the three ball cascade. A four ball cascade seems to be infeasible, but why? We formalize the notion of a cascade and the decomposition of juggling patterns in order to give an answer to this question
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDat is dus heel interessant. Liber Amicorum Paul Klint 25 jaar SMC/CWI
EditorsM. Brune, A. Deursen, van, J. Heering
Pages109-115
Publication statusPublished - 1997

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