[see also: go, proceed, carry, transfer
The problem is to move all the disks to the third peg by moving only one at a time.
The point A can be reached from B by moving along an edge of G.
In the present paper we move outside the random walk case and treat time-inhomogeneous convolutions.
Any point not in B is moved by f a distance equal to twice the distance to M.
Part of the conclusion is that F moves each z closer to the origin than it was.
We now move on to the question of local normal forms.