x = 3, y = 4, rule = B34ky5e/S23-a4ity6c
2bo$b2o$obo$2o!
x = 19, y = 4, rule = B34ky5cy/S23-a4ity6c7
2bo$ob2o$b2o13b3o$bo!
AforAmpere wrote:No, and try using LLS for progressively larger bounding boxes. I am fairly sure that in the slight chance that one exists, it is not possible to find.
Macbi wrote:AforAmpere wrote:No, and try using LLS for progressively larger bounding boxes. I am fairly sure that in the slight chance that one exists, it is not possible to find.
You could use calcyman's MetaSAT as your SAT solver. It's the best solver available for difficult problems.
x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i
4b3o$6bo$o3b3o$2o$bo!
x = 6, y = 5, rule = B2k3acijr4ijqy6n7c/S2aek3ijnqr4it5n
2b4o$b2o2bo$2o2bo$bo2bo$2b2o!
x = 56, y = 24, rule = B3-nqy4aqz5cn6n8/S2-i3-a4inqz7c8
25b2o$21b2o2b2o$21bo5b2o$21bob3o2bo$22b2o2bobo$25b3o$26bo3$45b2ob2o$5bo38b2ob
4o$3ob3o38b3o2bo3b2o$o5bo39b5o4bo$3ob2o42bo5bo2$3bo5bo44bo$b5ob5o13b3o26b2o$o
4bobo3bo12bo2bo$o4bobo3b2o11bo2bo$3ob2ob2ob2o12b3o2$28b2o$28b3o$29bo!
77topaz wrote:I don't expect the database already had a (37,19)c/224:Code: Select allx = 56, y = 24, rule = B3-nqy4aqz5cn6n8/S2-i3-a4inqz7c8
25b2o$21b2o2b2o$21bo5b2o$21bob3o2bo$22b2o2bobo$25b3o$26bo3$45b2ob2o$5bo38b2ob
4o$3ob3o38b3o2bo3b2o$o5bo39b5o4bo$3ob2o42bo5bo2$3bo5bo44bo$b5ob5o13b3o26b2o$o
4bobo3bo12bo2bo$o4bobo3b2o11bo2bo$3ob2ob2ob2o12b3o2$28b2o$28b3o$29bo!
The rule is known as "zombielife" on the Discord, and it will probably get a thread soon as it has numerous other interesting patterns as well.
Moosey wrote:2c/48, 7 cells
Though I suppose there's a smaller one.Code: Select allx = 3, y = 4, rule = B34ky5e/S23-a4ity6c
2bo$b2o$obo$2o!
x = 3, y = 4, rule = B2-ai3knqr4acijknw5i/S02n4r
o3$obo!
Moosey wrote:8c/104 in a rule compatible with it, 10 cellsCode: Select allx = 19, y = 4, rule = B34ky5cy/S23-a4ity6c7
2bo$ob2o$b2o13b3o$bo!
I call the rule 104life. It is not usually explosive, but occasionally explodes.
x = 3, y = 4, rule = B2-an3-ijny4i5ciky6a/S02ci3enqr4cqrtw5jnry6-en
2bo$o2$o!
Moosey wrote:14,21c/83Code: Select allx = 6, y = 5, rule = B2k3acijr4ijqy6n7c/S2aek3ijnqr4it5n
2b4o$b2o2bo$2o2bo$bo2bo$2b2o!
x = 5, y = 5, rule = B2k3acijr4ijqy6n7c/S2aek3ijnqr4it5n
2o$o2bo$4bo$4bo$2b3o!
77topaz wrote:I don't expect the database already had a (37,19)c/224:Code: Select allx = 56, y = 24, rule = B3-nqy4aqz5cn6n8/S2-i3-a4inqz7c8
25b2o$21b2o2b2o$21bo5b2o$21bob3o2bo$22b2o2bobo$25b3o$26bo3$45b2ob2o$5bo38b2ob
4o$3ob3o38b3o2bo3b2o$o5bo39b5o4bo$3ob2o42bo5bo2$3bo5bo44bo$b5ob5o13b3o26b2o$o
4bobo3bo12bo2bo$o4bobo3b2o11bo2bo$3ob2ob2ob2o12b3o2$28b2o$28b3o$29bo!
x = 56, y = 25, rule = B3-nqy4aqz5cn6n8/S2-i3-a4inqz7c8
29b2o$28b3o$27b2o$27bo25bo$30bo15b3o$31bo14b3o2b2ob2o$3bo24bo2bo13bo3b
obo3bo$3bo25b3o13b5ob5o2$2obo$bo2bo$47bo3b2ob2o$bobo3b2o35b2o5bo3bo$b
2o4bob2o38bob2ob2o$7b2ob2o$8bobo42bo2$33bo$33bo$30b2o$29b2ob3o$29bob2o
2bo$29bo5bo$30b5o$32b2o!
# canonise5Sship.py
# Adjust phase and orientation of a ship in the current layer to the 5S project standard
# Return SSS representation of ship
# SSS format: minpop, 'rulestr', dx, dy, period, 'shiprle'
import golly as g
import sss
maxgen = 10000
r = g.getrect()
if not r:
g.exit('Pattern is empty')
rulestr = g.getrule()
minpop, speed = sss.testShip('', '', maxgen)
if speed:
shiprle = sss.giveRLE(g.getcells(g.getrect()))
newship = (minpop, rulestr)+speed+(shiprle,)
newship = sss.canon5Sship(newship, maxgen)
g.show(str(newship))
g.getstring("SSS format string:", ', '.join(map(str, newship)), "canonise5Sship.py")
else:
g.show('No periodic behaviour detected after %d generations.' % maxgen)
x = 18, y = 7, rule = B2i3-q4eqz5y/S23-a4iyz
15b3o$b2ob2o$o3bob2o$4bo2bo$7bo$2b2o2bo$4bo!
Hdjensofjfnen wrote:Moosey wrote:glider_rider wrote:c/2 and 5c/13:Code: Select allx = 23, y = 6, rule = B34kz5e7c/S23-a4ityz5k
3o4b3o10bo$o2bo2bo2bo10bo$o8bo10b2o$2bo4bo13bo$20bobo$20b2o!
The former is the teardrop ship, and is known. The latter is not.
Is that a new speed? 5c/13?
x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i
4b3o$6bo$o3b3o$2o$bo!
Moosey wrote:10c/210dCode: Select allx = 18, y = 7, rule = B2i3-q4eqz5y/S23-a4iyz
15b3o$b2ob2o$o3bob2o$4bo2bo$7bo$2b2o2bo$4bo!
x = 3, y = 3, rule = B2n3-cnqy4z5ckry6i8/S2-i3-a4einrtyz5ajkr6aci7
2o$bo$obo!
Hdjensofjfnen wrote:Hmm... a 9-cell (5,0)c/13 turned up in Mooselife:Hdjensofjfnen wrote:Is that a new speed? 5c/13?
x = 2, y = 3, rule = B2cen3ai4-acerz5q8/S02-cn3ejr4ijwz5-ijkr6-ae7c
o$bo$o!
x = 3, y = 5, rule = B2-ai3nry4ciqrty5aery6n7e/S02k4etz5y6a
2bo2$2bo2$o!
wildmyron (paraphrased) wrote:The most comprehensive and up to date reference available for the 5S collection is hosted in a folder on my Google Drive.
wildmyron wrote:(10, 0)c/26, 3 cellsCode: Select allx = 3, y = 5, rule = B2-ai3nry4ciqrty5aery6n7e/S02k4etz5y6a
2bo2$2bo2$o!
x = 3, y = 5, rule = B2-ai3nry4ciqrty5aery6n7e/S02k4etz5y6a
obo4$bo!
x = 3, y = 3, rule = B2-ai3nry4ciqrty5aery6n7e/S02k4etz5y6a
obo2$bo!
x = 16, y = 5, rule = B2-ai3nry4ciqrty5aery6n7e/S02k4etz5y6a
15bo$4bo9bo$o2bobo$4bo9bo$15bo!
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B2-ai3nry4ciqrty5aery6n7e/S02k4etz5y6a
4ob3obo4b2o$ob2o5bobob2o$b2o2b2o2b3o2bo$b2ob4obob5o$o2bob3o3b3o$2b2o3b
o2b3o$2bo2bo2b2ob3o$2b2obob2obob2o$o3b2o2b5obo$5o3b3o3b2o$bobobob4ob2o
bo$2ob2o2b3ob2ob2o$b2o3bo2bo2b3o$4b2o6b2o$2obobo4bo2b2o$bobobobobo2b2o
!
wildmyron wrote:If for some reason you are unable to use these files there was a parallel project to host the collection on the LifeWiki. Up to period 28 the smallest ships of all known speeds are tabulated there. There was also a summary page maintained by muzik, but I think it is out of date now.
Edit: Corrected cell count for 10c/210d shaip and removed superfluous commentary.
x = 67, y = 87, rule = B2k3-cnq4ejz5kr6c/S2-n3-ay4ceinrt5jkn6cn7c8
6bo$6bo2b2o$10bo4$11b2o$12b2o$3bo7bo2bo3bo$11b5obo$19b2o$4bo9bo2b3o$b
4o8b2o2b2o$4b4o5bobobo$2bobobobo4bob3o$o3bo2bo5b2o$4bo2bo6b3o$2b2o11bo
$2bo$3bo$bo2bo$bo$bo$3bo22$29b3o$28bo2bo$28bo$28b5o$30bobo$29bo$28bo$
30b4o$29bo2bo$28bo2b2o$32bo$28bo2bo$28b3o13$45b3o$45bobo$44b2obo$47b2o
$43bo$43b6o$45bo2bo$40b2o6bo$40bo2b3obo3bo$40b4o5b3o7b3o$58bo2bo$58bo$
58b2o$59bo2b2ob2o$59b4ob2o$58bo3bo$59b3o!
x = 49, y = 49, rule = B3aceij4k/S1c2-ei3cjnr4cq5ac6e
2bo$bo$obo$3bo$4bo$5bo$6bo$7bo$8bo$9bo$10bo$11bo$12bo$13bo$14bo$15bo$
16bo$17bo$18bo$19bo$20bo$21bo$22bo$23bo$24bo$25bo$26bo$27bo$28bo$29bo$
30bo$31bo$32bo$33bo$34bo$35bo$36bo$37bo$38bo$39bo$40bo$41bo$42bo$43bo$
44bo$45bo$46bo$47bo$48bo!
x = 3, y = 3, rule = B2ce3ikn4aqr5n/S02k3an4in
2o$obo$bo!
testitemqlstudop wrote:Somehow no one (correct me if i'm wrong) posted c/3 diagonal, so I'll just add the sailing boat:Code: Select allx = 3, y = 3, rule = B2ce3ikn4aqr5n/S02k3an4in
2o$obo$bo!
x = 3, y = 3, rule = B2cei3a/S02i3i
2bo2$obo!
x = 28, y = 27, rule = B3-k4c/S2-i34c8
b2o$b2o9$2bo$3b2o$2ob2o$bob2o$2bo2$24b2o$24b2o3$21bo$19bo$18b2obo$11bo
5bo2bo$11b2o5b2ob2o$10b2o14b2o$26b2o!
77topaz wrote:(9,2)c/101, 39 cells:Code: Select allx = 28, y = 27, rule = B3-k4c/S2-i34c8
b2o$b2o9$2bo$3b2o$2ob2o$bob2o$2bo2$24b2o$24b2o3$21bo$19bo$18b2obo$11bo
5bo2bo$11b2o5b2ob2o$10b2o14b2o$26b2o!
x = 3, y = 3, rule = B2n3aijkr4j5cek6ci7c8/S2-ci3-acky4einrtz5anr6c7
b2o$2o$bo!
muzik wrote:I've updated the table up to 42.
muzik wrote:It'd also be helpful if someone helped to fill in some more Catagolue links (even posting a bunch of the links here so I can include them would do just fine).
AforAmpere wrote:I wish I could just add a requirement where any person that posts has to check the files first, but there really isn't a way to enforce it.
77topaz wrote:Re: the wiki pages, no oblique ships at all appear on the "periods 100 to 110" page (and the individual oblique pages haven't been created yet), which is why I didn't know there was already a (9,2)c/101 in the 5S collection.
x = 4, y = 4, rule = B2n3-k5c6i7c/S2-i34c5e6ci7e
bobo$ob2o$bobo$b2o!
x = 3, y = 4, rule = B3-k5c7c/S2-i3-c6c7
o$2o$2bo$b2o!
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