Labyrinths with Pseudo Single-Barriers 

In my last post I have introduced the pseudo single-barrier, presented the two only historical labyrinths with pseudo single-barriers I am aware of, and have shown an own labyrinth with 2 axes, 3 circuits and one pseudo single-barrier (see: related posts, below).

The pattern for this labyrinth with 2 axes and 3 circuits can be easily enlarged, such that labyrinths with multiple axes and exclusively containing pseudo single-barriers can be designed. Figure 1 shows a labyrinth with 3 axes and 5 circuits with 2 pseudo single-barriers. 

Figure 1. Labyrinth with 3 Axes and 5 Circuits
Figure 1. Labyrinth with 3 Axes and 5 Circuits

In fig. 2, a labyrinth with 4 axes, 7 circuits and 4 pseudo single-barriers is presented. 

Figure 2. Labyrinth with 4 Axes and 7 Circuits
Figure 2. Labyrinth with 4 Axes and 7 Circuits

Figure 3, finally, shows a labyrinth with 5 axes, 9 circuits and 8 pseudo single-barriers. 

Figure 3. Labyrinth with 5 Axes and 9 Circuits
Figure 3. Labyrinth with 5 Axes and 9 Circuits

All pseudo single-barriers are situated in the side axes. Furthermore, they are placed such, that the pathway always in its movement forward skips two circuits from the outside in without changing its direction. In the movement backward, the pathway follows a serpentine pattern. 

This pattern can be extended so that labyrinths with any desired number of axes with pseudo single-barriers can be generated. 

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