The notation using coordinates is consistent, understandable and works well in alternating and non-alternating one-arm and multiple-arm labyrinths. However it has a particular property. Whereas in multiple-arm labyrinths the number of segments is obtained by multiplying the number of arms with the number of circuits, this is not sufficient in one-arm labyrinths. They necessitate a partition in two segments per circuit. And thus the sequence of segments has the same length in one-arm and two-arm labyrinths with the same number of circuits.
I will show this here with the example of a two-arm labyrinth with 7 circuits.
This is a labyrinth I had designed during the course of my studies on the labyrinth of the Chartres type and its further developments.
According to the number of arms and circuits, this labyrinth has 14 segments. The corresponding sequence of segments is:
Now let us remember the sequences of segments in th one-arm labyirnths from the last post. For comparison I show here the sequence of segments of the basic type labyrinth.
This also has 14 numbers and thus has the same length as our two-arm labyrinth.