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Hi. Over at Blog - Linear maps that fill pigeon holes there's most of an article that might be suitable for the Azimuth blog. It's not yet in the stages appropriate for final copy editing, but it's hopefully in a pretty much readable state. I still need to produce some final graphs for the results section and polish some of the phrasing, but other than that it should be reasonably complete. (There's a couple of formatting glitches I need to figure out how to fix, and the references are
(((1))) style because I'm working off a master version in LaTeX at this stage and those don't get screwed up by the conversion software; when complete they'll be changed to
 style references.)
If anyone feels like reading it and letting me know of any bits that are incomprehensible, etc, that'd be much appreciated.