A Number Sequence Encoding into Images

Any number sequence is regarded as an information message and is required to be  broken down into elements of two- and three-digit numbers.

5 1 0 4 7 0 4 5 7 5 4 2

510 + 470 + 457 + 542

oRNaMent + Wood SaMurai + oVeRShoe + RiVeT

5 1 0 4 7 0 4 5 7 5 4 2

51 + 04 + 70 + 45 + 75 + 42

FiN + Whale + DoMino + WeRewolf + DRagon + WaTermelon

If the number of numerals in a set is uneven, such a set is broken into a combination of two- and three-digit numbers.

When memorizing, one should always try to minimize the number of elements in the memorized information; that is why breaking a number array into three-digit numbers is more rational and preferable.

Breaking an array of numbers into one- or four-digit numbers is senseless. In the first case, you would only get ten images that correspond to ten numbers. This would result in high frequency of the same images in association which, in turn, would make it almost impossible to memorize numerical information.

In the second case, the choice of appropriate words becomes extremely complicated. It is almost impossible to find a word that would correspond to four numbers. You would need to make up 10,000+ words, and such a number of word-images simply does not exist in any language. You should also keep in mind that, in order to encode numbers, only simple nouns are suited, such as “map,” “pencil,” and “iron.” Other words, like “run,” “comfortable,” and “astonishing,” are not convenient for encoding numbers. Such words require extra transformation because they themselves need to be transformed into images which are simple and easy to memorize.