## Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

For discussion of other cellular automata.

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

Worth noting:
`x = 3, y = 4, rule = B3/S23-y4wo\$2o\$2bo\$b2o!`

EDIT: (4,3)c/20

EDIT:
Unrelated p98:
`x = 4, y = 5, rule = B2i3/S23-r2o\$2bo\$3bo\$2bo\$2o!`

Interesting:
`x = 4, y = 4, rule = B2i3/S23-rb3o\$o2bo\$o2bo\$3o!`
Life is hard. Deal with it.
My favorite oscillator of all time:
`x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i4b3o\$6bo\$o3b3o\$2o\$bo!`

Hdjensofjfnen

Posts: 1197
Joined: March 15th, 2016, 6:41 pm
Location: r cis θ

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

FattyLife analogs for the short ships:
`x = 7, y = 4, rule = B34n5r6en/S1e2-a34eb2o\$2ob4o\$b6o\$2b4o!`

`x = 7, y = 21, rule = B3-ekq/S02-c3bo2bo\$o\$o3bo\$4o4\$3bo\$bo3bo\$o\$o4bo\$5o5\$3b2o\$bo4bo\$o\$o5bo\$6o!`

(Note that all the ships are p8, just like the original)

Speaking of FattyLife, adding B3n preserves the OWSS and the apgsearchability while adding the glider:
`x = 13, y = 11, rule = B34nt5qr6i/S233o\$o\$bo4\$8b3o\$6bo5bo\$5bo\$5bo6bo\$5b7o!`

EDIT: Cross of regular FattyLife and the second rule above, oddly increasing the MWSS period to 16:
`x = 8, y = 31, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c3bo2bo\$o\$o3bo\$4o5\$3bo\$bo3bo\$o\$o4bo\$5o5\$3b2o\$bo4bo\$o\$o5bo\$6o5\$3b3o\$bo5bo\$o\$o6bo\$7o!`

Removing B3n reduces the MWSS period to 8, but there is no more glider.
`x = 4, y = 3, rule = B3-q4z5y/S234k5j2b2o\$b2o\$2o!`

LaundryPizza03 at Wikipedia

LaundryPizza03

Posts: 441
Joined: December 15th, 2017, 12:05 am
Location: Unidentified location "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas"

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

Saka wrote:
Βεν Γ. Κυθισ wrote:1/1/5

Im sorry, but

http://www.conwaylife.com/forums/viewto ... 780#p21613

Im sure other people have found it as well

Hmmmm, then I think I've REdiscovered it in 2017... Not in this forum.
This post was brought to you by the Element of Magic.

Plz correct my grammar mistakes. I'm still studying English.

Working on:

Nothing.

Favorite gun ever:
`#C Favorite Gun. Found by me.x = 4, y = 6, rule = B2e3i4at/S1c23cijn4ao2bo\$4o3\$4o\$o2bo!`
Hunting

Posts: 1083
Joined: September 11th, 2017, 2:54 am
Location: Ponyville, Equestria

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

LaundryPizza03 wrote:Speaking of FattyLife, adding B3n preserves the OWSS and the apgsearchability while adding the glider:
`x = 13, y = 11, rule = B34nt5qr6i/S233o\$o\$bo4\$8b3o\$6bo5bo\$5bo\$5bo6bo\$5b7o!`

This variant also adds a 2c/64 ship not in the original FattyLife:
`x = 3, y = 10, rule = B34nt5qr6i/S23b2o\$b2o4\$o\$o\$2o\$bo\$bo!`

77topaz

Posts: 1345
Joined: January 12th, 2018, 9:19 pm

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

A apg-searchable rule with an RRO and a common c/2 (there is a simple eater for it):
`x = 139, y = 30, rule = B2c3an4ij5i6ak7/S12ace3ejr4aijnr5cj6c\$6bo\$5bobo4\$5bobo119bo\$4bo3bo76bobobo36bobo\$5bobo98bobo18bo\$4bo3bo76bobobo15bobobo16bobo\$65bo38bo5bo16bo\$5b3o4b3o3b3o2b3o37b3o2b2o15bobobo36bobo\$5bobo4bobo3bobo2bobo43bo10bobobobobobobobo9bo5bo16bo\$68bo16bobobo36bobo\$32b2o14b2o30bobobobobobobobo9bo5bo16bo\$32bo15bo36bobobo15bobobo16bobo\$33bo15bo30bobobobobobobobo9bo5bo16bo\$17b2o4b2o60bobobo15bobobo16bobo\$104bo5bo16bo\$44bo40bobobo15bobobo16bobo\$45bo60bobo18bo\$44b2o39bobobo36bobo\$127bo\$126bobo\$127bo!`

2718281828

Posts: 735
Joined: August 8th, 2017, 5:38 pm

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

2718281828 wrote:A apg-searchable rule with an RRO

Are there any rules in which the doubled form of an RRO appears in soups? I'm guessing that would be a tough one for apgsearch to separate!

Macbi

Posts: 685
Joined: March 29th, 2009, 4:58 am

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

Macbi wrote:Are there any rules in which the doubled form of an RRO appears in soups? I'm guessing that would be a tough one for apgsearch to separate!

Apgsearch specifically doesn't separate oscillators sharing a common envelope (even if they do not directly interact) to allow RRO-combinations to be found and logged under the lower period.

LaundryPizza03 wrote:EDIT: Cross of regular FattyLife and the second rule above, oddly increasing the MWSS period to 16:
`x = 8, y = 31, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c3bo2bo\$o\$o3bo\$4o5\$3bo\$bo3bo\$o\$o4bo\$5o5\$3b2o\$bo4bo\$o\$o5bo\$6o5\$3b3o\$bo5bo\$o\$o6bo\$7o!`

Removing B3n reduces the MWSS period to 8, but there is no more glider.

That rule also features another mangled (O)WSS, this one with period 4:
`x = 7, y = 10, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c32ob2o\$3b3o\$3b4o\$o2b2o\$3b4o\$o2b3o\$3b3o\$2bob2o\$2b3o\$3bo!`
Last edited by 77topaz on January 8th, 2019, 6:42 pm, edited 2 times in total.

77topaz

Posts: 1345
Joined: January 12th, 2018, 9:19 pm

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

Macbi wrote:
2718281828 wrote:A apg-searchable rule with an RRO

Are there any rules in which the doubled form of an RRO appears in soups? I'm guessing that would be a tough one for apgsearch to separate!

An example in C1(!):
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp ... j6es2-i34i
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp ... j6es2-i34i

Apg-search does not seperate the RROs. It just divides the period by its fold.

2718281828

Posts: 735
Joined: August 8th, 2017, 5:38 pm

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

77topaz wrote:
LaundryPizza03 wrote:EDIT: Cross of regular FattyLife and the second rule above, oddly increasing the MWSS period to 16:
`x = 8, y = 31, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c3bo2bo\$o\$o3bo\$4o5\$3bo\$bo3bo\$o\$o4bo\$5o5\$3b2o\$bo4bo\$o\$o5bo\$6o5\$3b3o\$bo5bo\$o\$o6bo\$7o!`

Removing B3n reduces the MWSS period to 8, but there is no more glider.

That rule also features another mangled (O)WSS, this one with period 4:
`x = 7, y = 10, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c32ob2o\$3b3o\$3b4o\$o2b2o\$3b4o\$o2b3o\$3b3o\$2bob2o\$2b3o\$3bo!`

A different p16 MWSS variant:
`x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c3o\$4b2o\$b3ob2o\$b5o\$2b3o!`

And another p4 OWSS:
`x = 8, y = 7, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c3b2obo\$o5bo\$7bo\$o6bo\$b7o2\$3bo!`

77topaz

Posts: 1345
Joined: January 12th, 2018, 9:19 pm

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

2718281828 wrote:
Macbi wrote:
2718281828 wrote:A apg-searchable rule with an RRO

Are there any rules in which the doubled form of an RRO appears in soups? I'm guessing that would be a tough one for apgsearch to separate!

An example in C1(!):
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp ... j6es2-i34i
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp ... j6es2-i34i

Apg-search does not seperate the RROs. It just divides the period by its fold.

Cool! Lines behave quite nicely in that rule:
`x = 774, y = 5, rule = B3-ej6e/S2-i34ibo\$obo\$bob768obo\$771bobo\$772bo!`

Macbi

Posts: 685
Joined: March 29th, 2009, 4:58 am

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

77topaz wrote:A different p16 MWSS variant:
`x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c3o\$4b2o\$b3ob2o\$b5o\$2b3o!`

And another p4 OWSS:
`x = 8, y = 7, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c3b2obo\$o5bo\$7bo\$o6bo\$b7o2\$3bo!`

This rule also has a peculiar-looking natural c/7 diagonal:
`x = 6, y = 6, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c33b3o\$2bo2bo\$bo2bo\$o2bo\$obo\$2o!`

A variant of FattyLife's original p8 OWSS:
`x = 8, y = 5, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c37o\$o6bo\$o\$bo5bo\$3bob2o!`

And a longer p8 OWSS (I wonder if there's an infinitely extendable family here?):
`x = 7, y = 13, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c32o\$3bo\$4bo\$4bo\$4bo\$4bo\$4bobo\$o3bo\$4bobo\$o3bo\$4bo\$bo2bo\$2b3o!`

A WSS can also stretch wicks:
`x = 11, y = 21, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c33bobobobo\$bo\$o\$o5bo\$6o2\$4bobobobo10\$3bobobobo\$bo\$o\$o5bo\$6o!`

EDIT: A weird p4 mutated barberpole:
`x = 8, y = 8, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c36b2o\$7bo\$4bobo2\$2bobo\$bo\$obo\$2o!`

EDIT 2: A fuse travelling on a puffer's dot trail:
`x = 55, y = 8, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c33b2o\$bo4bo\$o\$o5bo\$6o\$49b3ob2o\$4bobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobob2o2bo\$49b3ob2o!`

A p6 barberpole:
`x = 7, y = 7, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c35b2o\$6bo\$3bobo2\$bobo\$o\$2o!`

EDIT 3: A period-doubling tagalong for the c/7 diagonal:
`x = 6, y = 7, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c3o\$4b2o\$3b2o\$2b2o\$b2o\$2o\$o!`

A complex double wickstretcher:
`x = 12, y = 14, rule = B3-ekqr4nt5r6i/S02-c3obobobobo\$10bo\$11bo\$5bo5bo\$6b6o\$bo2bo\$6b2o\$6b2o\$bo2bo\$6b6o\$5bo5bo\$11bo\$10bo\$obobobobo!`
Last edited by 77topaz on January 9th, 2019, 4:35 am, edited 3 times in total.

77topaz

Posts: 1345
Joined: January 12th, 2018, 9:19 pm

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

`x = 8, y = 20, rule = B34cj678/S2n3-k4-cjw6783b2o\$b2ob2o\$ob5o\$6o\$2b5o\$2b4o\$4bo\$3b2o\$bob3o\$b4o\$b6o\$6o\$b6o\$b7o\$2b5o\$ob5o\$6o\$ob4obo\$bob2obo\$2b4o!`

`x = 11, y = 25, rule = B34cj678/S2n3-k4-cjw6783b4o\$2bob2obo\$bob4obo\$3b6o\$2b5obo\$2b5o\$b7o\$2b6o\$3b6o\$2b6o\$4b4o\$3b4obo\$5bobo\$2bobobo\$2obo\$5o3b2o\$ob5obo\$2b9o\$2b6ob2o\$b8o\$b8o\$b6obo\$8o\$4o\$2o!`

Two different p540(? https://catagolue.appspot.com/census/b3 ... 8/C1/xq540 why the sparks are not part of the apg-code?) ships having enormous side sparks (lasting for about 1000 ticks).

Edit1:
apg-search seems to have problems with this rule:
This xq1220 is in fact a breeder (https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xq ... -k4-cjw678)
`x = 159, y = 10, rule = B34cj678/S2n3-k4-cjw6783bo17bo2bo\$2bo6bo10bo2bo\$bob2o2b4o7b8o\$ob12o2b9obo\$13o4b9o\$13o2b2ob9o129b2o\$13obobob9o130b2o\$b11o2bo2bob4ob3o\$2bo2bo2b3obo5b2ob4o\$3b3o4b2o!`

2718281828

Posts: 735
Joined: August 8th, 2017, 5:38 pm

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

Various objects in rule B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in7:
`x = 89, y = 49, rule = B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in72o7bo17b2o\$o2bo3b2ob2o5bo3b3o3b2o18bo\$2b2o3bo3bo6bo8b2o5b2o2b2o8b2o\$9bo17b2o5bob2obo6bo\$9b2o36b3o\$48bo4\$15bo\$24b2o8b2o12bo\$15bo5bobobo7bo2bo11bo\$14bo6b2o11b2o2\$48bo\$45bobobobo\$46bo3bo8\$12b2o3b2o4b3o21bo12bo4b2o4b2o4bo9bo\$12bo5bo4bo2bo19bobo10bobo2bo2bo2bo2bo2bobo7bobo\$13bo3bo6bobo3b3ob3ob3o6bo11bobo2bo2bo2bo2bo2bobo7bobo\$25b2o21bobo\$49bobo18bo8b3o\$46bo3bo19bo8bobo4b3o\$79bo7bo\$86bobo7\$71bo\$70bobo\$71bo2bo2\$72bo2\$78bo2\$76bo2bo\$78bobo\$79bo!`

Of particular interest is the adjustable, statorless gun, the smallest of which is shown above. The period is 44 + 4n for n ≥ 0, and the mod is 22 + 2n. This gun is shown below for n = 0, 11:
`x = 52, y = 52, rule = B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in79bo\$8bobo\$6bo2bo2\$8bo2\$2bo2\$bo2bo\$obo\$bo20\$50bo\$49bobo\$47bo2bo2\$49bo13\$32bo2\$31bo2bo\$30bobo\$31bo!`

It becomes clear that the gun utilizes an over-unity reaction that sends the incoming ships back. This is reproduced below:
`x = 10, y = 10, rule = B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in72o\$2bo\$2o5\$8bo\$7bobo\$7bobo!`

The p16 ship can also be made into several puffers. Perhaps a rake exists, but I need to get to bed.
`x = 49, y = 9, rule = B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in726bo\$bo6bo10bo5bobo10bo8bo\$obo4bobo8bobo4bobo9bobo6bobo\$obo4bobo8bobo16bobo6bobo2\$25b3o\$3o4b3o8b3o5bo10b3o6b3o\$bo6bo10bo5bobo10bo8bo\$obo4bobo8bobo16bobo6bobo!`
`x = 4, y = 3, rule = B3-q4z5y/S234k5j2b2o\$b2o\$2o!`

LaundryPizza03 at Wikipedia

LaundryPizza03

Posts: 441
Joined: December 15th, 2017, 12:05 am
Location: Unidentified location "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas"

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

LaundryPizza03 wrote:Various objects in rule B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in7:
...
It becomes clear that the gun utilizes an over-unity reaction that sends the incoming ships back. This is reproduced below:
`x = 10, y = 10, rule = B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in72o\$2bo\$2o5\$8bo\$7bobo\$7bobo!`

...

Removed 7 barrels with p6 eaters:
`x = 96, y = 42, rule = B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in77b2o24b2o\$6bo2bo22bo2bo\$7b2o24b2o3\$27b3o\$bo25bobo10bo\$obo36bobo\$obo25bo10bobo\$bo38bo3\$20b2o13b2o\$20bo2bo9bo2bo\$20b2o13b2o4\$28bo2\$12b3o12bobo\$12bobo12b3o64bo\$93bobo\$13bo79bobo\$94bo3\$5b2o13b2o31b2o34b2o\$5bo2bo9bo2bo29bo2bo32bo2bo\$5b2o13b2o31b2o34b2o3\$bo\$obo10bo\$obo\$bo10bobo\$12b3o3\$7b2o24b2o\$6bo2bo22bo2bo\$7b2o24b2o!`

Posts: 366
Joined: May 7th, 2016, 8:53 am

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

Carriers can eat the gliders in what might be considered the "standard" fashion:
`x = 34, y = 32, rule = B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in76b2o18b2o\$4bo2bo18bo2bo\$4b2o22b2o\$2o30b2o\$o32bo\$2bo28bo\$b2o28b2o\$9bo\$8bobo\$9bo2bo2\$10bo9\$23bo2\$21bo2bo\$23bobo\$24bo\$b2o\$2bo\$o\$2o\$4b2o22b2o\$4bo2bo18bo2bo\$6b2o18b2o!`
LifeWiki: Like Wikipedia but with more spaceships. [citation needed]

Posts: 1881
Joined: November 8th, 2014, 8:48 pm
Location: Getting a snacker from R-Bee's

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

`x = 53, y = 25, rule = B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in7bo\$obo\$bo2bo32bo\$36bobo\$2bo33bobo2\$8bo2\$6bo2bo21b2o9b2o\$8bobo8b3o8bo13bo\$9bo21b2o9bo2bo\$46bo\$44bobo2\$36bobo\$36bo\$37bo2bo9b2o\$38bo13bo\$39b2o9b2o4\$44bobo\$44bobo\$45bo!`

Also, what should this rule be called?
Sorry, some of my rules before April 20 2019 have Unicode characters that are not compatible with Golly; you will have to remove them when pasting them in your text editor.
If for some reason you needed to know, my PGP key ID is DB271923.

Βεν Γ. Κυθισ

Posts: 217
Joined: December 27th, 2018, 5:42 am

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

2718281828 wrote:Two different p540(? https://catagolue.appspot.com/census/b3 ... 8/C1/xq540 why the sparks are not part of the apg-code?) ships having enormous side sparks (lasting for about 1000 ticks).

Not quite:
`x = 11, y = 80, rule = B34cj678S2n3-k4-cjw678History5.2A\$3.2A.2A\$2.A.5A\$2.6A\$4.5A\$4.4A\$6.A\$5.2A\$3.A.3A\$3.4A\$3.6A\$2.6A\$3.6A\$3.7A\$4.5A\$2.A.5A\$2.6A\$2.A.4A.A\$3.A.2A.A\$4.4A36\$9.2D\$7.4D\$3.8D\$2.D.6D\$2.8D\$2.8D\$2D.6D\$9D\$2.D.5D.D\$.2D3.5D\$7.D.2D\$4.D.D.D\$3.D.D\$2.D.4D\$3.4D\$3.6D\$2.6D\$3.6D\$3.7D\$4.5D\$2.D.5D\$2.6D\$2.D.4D.D\$3.D.2D.D\$4.4D!#C [[ STOP 120 ]]`

LaundryPizza03 wrote:Perhaps a rake exists, but I need to get to bed.

`x = 11, y = 10, rule = B2cei3air4k5e7e/S23jqy4cq5cijq6in79bo\$8bobo\$bo6bobo\$obo\$obo\$8b3o\$9bo\$3o5bobo\$bo\$obo!`
"Build a man a fire and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he'll be warm for the rest of his life."

-Terry Pratchett

toroidalet

Posts: 987
Joined: August 7th, 2016, 1:48 pm
Location: my computer

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

There's quite a few funky reactions that happen here:
`x = 88, y = 22, rule = B34cj678/S2n3-k4-cjw67882b2o\$3b2o76b2ob2o\$b2ob2o74b5obo\$ob5o73b5o\$6o75b4o\$2b5o73b4obo\$2b4o77bobo\$4bo78bobo\$3b2o78bobo\$bob3o74b5o\$b4o77b3o\$b6o73b6o\$6o74b7o\$b6o73b6o\$b7o71b7o\$2b5o73b5o\$ob5o73b5o\$6o75b5o\$ob4obo72b6obo\$bob2obo73b5obo\$2b4o74bob2obo\$81b4o!`
LifeWiki: Like Wikipedia but with more spaceships. [citation needed]

Posts: 1881
Joined: November 8th, 2014, 8:48 pm
Location: Getting a snacker from R-Bee's

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

I don’t know what this pattern should be classified as. It travels on its own trail, creates a dot, and then travels backwards to create another dot. The population seems to increase slower and slower. I’m not sure if this has already been discovered.
`x = 3, y = 2, rule = B2-a5/S034bo\$obo!`
Quantum Tunnel

Posts: 6
Joined: June 15th, 2018, 6:38 pm

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

Quantum Tunnel wrote:I don’t know what this pattern should be classified as. It travels on its own trail, creates a dot, and then travels backwards to create another dot. The population seems to increase slower and slower. I’m not sure if this has already been discovered.
`x = 3, y = 2, rule = B2-a5/S034bo\$obo!`

The population of the pattern increases in a way that is proportional to the square root of the time. So these patterns are called sqrt-growth. This is a very nice example!

Macbi

Posts: 685
Joined: March 29th, 2009, 4:58 am

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

Quantum Tunnel wrote:I don’t know what this pattern should be classified as. It travels on its own trail, creates a dot, and then travels backwards to create another dot. The population seems to increase slower and slower. I’m not sure if this has already been discovered.
`x = 3, y = 2, rule = B2-a5/S034bo\$obo!`

It's a simple-but-nontrivial 2-state 2-symbol Turing machine. Nice discovery!
What do you do with ill crystallographers? Take them to the mono-clinic!

calcyman

Posts: 2072
Joined: June 1st, 2009, 4:32 pm

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

12c/102d:
`x = 11, y = 14, rule = B3aijnr/S23b3o\$o2bo\$2o5\$2b2o3b2o\$bo2bobo2bo\$2o2bobo2b2o\$b3o3b3o\$4bobo\$4bobo\$4b3o!`

EDIT: 10c/38o in related rule:
` x = 4, y = 4, rule = B3aijnr4a/S23o\$2o\$obo\$2b2o!`
Life is hard. Deal with it.
My favorite oscillator of all time:
`x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i4b3o\$6bo\$o3b3o\$2o\$bo!`

Hdjensofjfnen

Posts: 1197
Joined: March 15th, 2016, 6:41 pm
Location: r cis θ

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

calcyman wrote:
Quantum Tunnel wrote:I don’t know what this pattern should be classified as. It travels on its own trail, creates a dot, and then travels backwards to create another dot. The population seems to increase slower and slower. I’m not sure if this has already been discovered.
`x = 3, y = 2, rule = B2-a5/S034bo\$obo!`

It's a simple-but-nontrivial 2-state 2-symbol Turing machine. Nice discovery!

Yes, nice! Works in rules: B2ceik5iry/S03aeijnqry4eq - B2ceikn3ck4cnqyz56aekn78/S02en345acijknqr678

`#C Bounded tapes = infinitely many oscillator periods#C B2ceik5iry/S03aeijnqry4eq - B2ceikn3ck4cnqyz56aekn78/S02en345acijknqr678x = 25, y = 31, rule = B2-a5/S0342o4bo\$2o6bo\$6bo5\$2o4bo7b2o\$2o6bo5b2o\$6bo5\$2o4bo10b2o\$2o6bo3bo4b2o\$6bo5\$2o4bo13b2o\$2o6bo3bo2bo4b2o\$6bo5\$2o4bo16b2o\$2o6bo3bo2bo2bo4b2o\$6bo!`

Posts: 366
Joined: May 7th, 2016, 8:53 am

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

Rule that is barely apgsearchable because of its really, really common gun:
`x = 32, y = 32, rule = B3-e4j/S23-a4ao9bob4o2b3o4bo2bo2bo\$2bob3obo4bobo2bo3b2ob3o2bo\$o4b2obo3bob2ob6obobo\$bo2bo3b4o5b3obo2bob3o2bo\$b2ob7o2b3ob2obo3b2o2bob2o\$2o3bo3bo5b2o2bo2b3o3bobo\$7o3b2o2b2ob3o2bo3bo2b2o\$6bo2b2o2bo3b2obo2bob5o\$obo6bo2bob2o5b2ob3ob2obo\$b2ob2ob2obobo3bob4o2b4obo\$4obo3b2o2bob3o3b2ob2obo2b2o\$2bo2bobobob2ob2obo2b2obo6bo\$obo3bo5b3ob2o2b6obo3bo\$2o3bo3b4ob7o2bo3b2o\$5b3ob4o2b2obo3b2o3b3o\$2bo3b3o6bob2ob3obob4o\$ob3o2b2obobob2o2bobobo2bob2o2bo\$obo2bob2o5bob4o2bob2ob2o\$6bo7b2ob2o2b2o2b2o2bo\$b4ob4obob5o2b4obo2b4o\$2b3obob4o3bob3o2b2ob2o3b2o\$2o2b3ob5o2bo3b2obo2bo2b2obo\$7bo2bo2bo3bob2o3bob5o\$6b3ob2o12b7o\$4b3o4bobobobo2bo4b5o\$o2b5obobo6b5o2b3o2b2o\$4bo4b2ob2ob2o3bo2bo2b2obo\$o2b4o2b2ob2ob2ob5obob2ob2o\$4bo2b2obo2b2ob3obob6o3bo\$bob3o2bob4o5b3o2bo2b2o2bo\$b3o2b2ob2obo2bo3bob3o6b2o\$2o2bo2b4o4bo10b3obo!`

EDIT: And a 2c/14d that I think I've discovered before?
`x = 5, y = 5, rule = B3-e/S232bo\$bo\$o\$2bo\$2b3o!`

EDIT: I don't recall finding this, though:
`x = 12, y = 11, rule = B3-e/S2310bo\$9bobo\$8bobo\$2b3o\$bo2bo\$o\$bo2bo\$2b3o\$8bobo\$9bobo\$10bo!`

EDIT: Or this failed switch engine:
`x = 9, y = 5, rule = B3-e/S23b2o4bo\$obo3bo\$o6bo\$obo3bobo\$b2o4bo!`

EDIT: Stabilized:
`x = 9, y = 5, rule = B3-e/S237eb2o4bo\$obo3bo\$o6bo\$obo3bobo\$b2o4bo!`
Life is hard. Deal with it.
My favorite oscillator of all time:
`x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i4b3o\$6bo\$o3b3o\$2o\$bo!`

Hdjensofjfnen

Posts: 1197
Joined: March 15th, 2016, 6:41 pm
Location: r cis θ

### Re: Miscellaneous Discoveries in Other Cellular Automata

A c/2o ship and a c/26d SMOR (spaceship made of reactions):
`x = 47, y = 29, rule = B2e3-a4a/S1c2ci342bo\$40bo2bo\$42bo7\$bo2\$3o11\$45bo2\$44b3o2\$42bo\$40bobo\$42bo!`

EDIT: Yay!
`x = 20, y = 20, rule = B2e3-a4a/S1c2ci318bo2\$17b3o2\$7b2o6bo\$7b2o4bobo\$15bo\$4b2o\$4b2o5\$5bo2\$4b3o2\$2bo\$obo\$2bo!`

EDIT: For some reason it looks rather like KittyTac's avatar. I'd have to check.
Life is hard. Deal with it.
My favorite oscillator of all time:
`x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i4b3o\$6bo\$o3b3o\$2o\$bo!`

Hdjensofjfnen

Posts: 1197
Joined: March 15th, 2016, 6:41 pm
Location: r cis θ

PreviousNext