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x = 6, y = 4, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.A$A.DH$AD3.A$A2.A!
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x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S23Investigator
A2.A.A$3.2D.A$2.H2.A$.A$2.A!
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x = 6, y = 4, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.A$A.DH$AD3.A$A2.A!
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x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S23Investigator
A2.A.A$3.2D.A$2.H2.A$.A$2.A!
Reduction:C_R_116 wrote: ↑May 31st, 2024, 12:52 amP34:Code: Select all
x = 11, y = 10, rule = StateInvestigator 3.A$3.2A$3.A$8.2A$8.AED2$.E2AE$ED2.DE$E2D.DE$.EDAE!
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x = 8, y = 9, rule = StateInvestigator
2.A$2.2A$2.A4.E$5.E.B3$E2AE$D2.D$E2DE!
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x = 7, y = 7, rule = StateInvestigator
.A$.2A$.A4.E$4.E.B3$2B!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
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x = 5, y = 1, rule = B3/S23Investigator
Q.H.Q!
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x = 10, y = 11, rule = B3/S23Investigator
9.A$9.A$3.A5.A$.A2$Q.H.H2$.A$3.A5.A$9.A$9.A!
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x = 128, y = 128, rule = StateInvestigator
22.CEDE3.EDE3.EDE3.EDE18.D$E2A16.C2.ED4.CD4.CD4.CD11.EDE3.E.CE.E$A2.A
4.E10.D2.D3.ECD3.ECD3.ECD6.EDE2.CD3.ED2.DE.D2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED17.E
D$A.I14.2E.DE24.CD2.ECD33.2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED$EA11.E5.ECED3.ECD3.ECD3.
ECD4.CD$2.AI9.D5.D2.ED4.CD4.CD4.CD8.ECD3.E.D51.C8.EDE$2.E.C7.2ED3.DE
3.EDE3.EDE3.EDE3.EDE.CD5.CD3.2EA57.ED$13.2ED.DEC26.CD5.EDE2.DED55.ED$
14.3E30.EDE10.ED2ED2ED2ED41.E2.ED7.E$16.D53.B2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED
2ED2ED12.CED9.E$15.E.DC18.DEDE2DEDED6.DEDED42.EA5.C5.DE$E9.E6.C82.DED
E8.D2.D9.D.E$O5.A3.O28.A4.A10.A14.2Q40.C2.ED10.E$O3.2A.2A.O19.B.EDC
20.A35.E.2A4.E15.CED$O5.A3.O18.E5.E5.2A31.E18.A2.A20.EA3.E$E9.E24.D
13.E17.E21.D7.A3.D8.ED3.E.2DE$32.E2.D13.DE46.A16.AD10.C$19.A14.EC14.E
4.A41.A15.A.E$11.C7.3A28.E4.3A19.E7.C7.A2.A18.D$7.2E2.E9.A27.2E6.A21.
E3.E9.2A19.AE$21.A13.A21.A45.ED5.3ED.E$35.A34.CE29.ED2.DC7.2E$33.3A
64.E$5.E15.C11.A22.EC41.E4.E$20.R34.E33.A13.E9.CD2.E$52.E27.E8.A12.E
12.DC$10.C8.E67.3A12.E12.2E$10.E8.E8.A58.A24.CED.DE$.CD25.AD11.B62.B
8.D3.D4.ED$3.DC18.R3.A.E11.B41.Q15.E4.E5.D2E5.E2.D$3.2E23.D54.ED4.C
10.C2DE8.D4.ED2E4.E$CED.DC43.C11.E20.3EDE21.E4.2E.E4.D2ED.E$.D3.DC50.
A11.2A10.E2D23.E.D2ED3.ED3.E.D2.D$57.3A9.2A12.E23.D2.D6.EDE2.2E2.E$E
5.E52.A47.E2.E6.C3EDC3.C$19.R39.A50.E6.D4.DE.D.D$.E3.E85.EDB8.2D4.CD.
DC11.C$2.E.E88.E9.E4.D3.D5.E3.D2E2.C$2.C.E14.C20.B17.E40.2A15.E3.EDED
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2.D$33.C43.E4.3A20.E3.E4.CD7.D3.E$E5.E32.DE20.E20.A25.ED.E2.D5.DCE4.E
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38.E13.E2.E2.E8.E.2E$2.E.E14.E3.E14.C.D13.D.C7.E43.E2.EDCD5.DE2.D.D$
2.C.E15.3A17.R13.D52.B.DE.ED7.B2.E2.E$.CD.DC24.3E8.C27.2E40.CDE7.ED2E
2.D$ED3.DE23.EH.AE12.2A7.E13.B28.3E7.2EB12.D$D5.DE22.E3.R12.2A14.2A
42.D.D15.E$E5.2E21.ED2.DE29.A43.C15.D$29.D3.E43.A2.A19.A8.D11.ED3E$4.
DE12.3E8.E2.AE46.D5.K12.A.A7.EB2EBC10.D$2.CD2.DE9.2D.DQ7.E3.D42.D4.A
4.K11.A.H.A11.E12.E$17.E3.ED6.R3.AE23.E17.DA2.DE16.A.H.A24.D$4.E15.E
9.D2.AQE63.A.A24.AE$5.E24.EB2.ADCDE25.E35.A21.C2.2AQ$6.E8.B16.C4.2AQE
86.E$.3A29.B6.D43.EDE11.2E27.Q$18.A.3A11.EB3.AD25.A7.2A7.DE6.D35.E$A
3.A4.2A6.2A8.C7.EDA.AE16.A2.A3.A3.A3.A4.A4.ED7.D35.Q$C3.C3.E.A24.EBA.
AR15.E4.E.E5.E.E6.E3.D44.E$8.D22.EDECDA3.E15.A.2I.A.A.IEI.A.A.I2EI.A
3.DA8.ED9.C23.Q$.3A4.E3DB21.A.3ADE15.D4ED.D5ED.D6ED14.D2.C9.E2D18.E$
2.A7.3EB8.2AEB8.A4.D63.E3.AE18.Q$C3.C17.EDE10.DBEDE6.3A.E57.DE17.E$.
3A27.EDECE10.A19.A7.2A22.E10.DE16.Q$45.2A5.C4.A2.A3.A3.A3.A4.A3.DA4.A
10.E.D9.DE.C13.E$A3.A51.E4.E.E5.E.E6.E2.DA3.3A5.AD15.ED14.Q$C3.C31.A
19.D4.D.D5.D.D6.D6.2A.A5.AD4.E9.D2.DE12.E$20.A36.E2NE3.ENENE3.EN2ENE
23.E7.DE2.C13.Q$.3A5.A47.4E3.5E3.6E30.DEC16.E$2.A104.DE18.Q$C3.C3.ENE
4.OBDEIEIEDBO4.C2DEICICIE2DC40.D20.EDE20.E$.3A62.A7.2A7.DE8.AD32.Q$9.
A47.A2.A3.A3.A3.A4.A16.D14.DEC15.E$A3.A15.A35.E4.E.E5.E.E6.E6.D7.DE8.
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4E3.5E3.6E27.3A19.Q$C3.C15.2A83.A2.A5.C12.E$.3A5.2A95.2A19.Q$66.A7.2A
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6.ED5.DE6.E4.3A12.E4.E.E5.E.E6.E42.E5.D$14.E7.ED5.DE5.CE18.2D2.2D.2D.
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25.E2.E$27.DED6.D.C6.DCE15.ATC24.A7.E25.E2.E$27.E16.DC18.T33.A24.E.DE
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8.EAE96.C4.2EDE4.2EDE2.D$EDA.C.E.AER96.E3.D3.D3.D3.D2.E$.2D5.D15.2A
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Maybe you could describe "interesting" things that can be seen in the pattern?Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote: ↑June 7th, 2024, 7:35 amJust a 128x128 demo pattern for StateInvestigator:Code: Select all
x = 128, y = 128, rule = StateInvestigator
This pattern contains many things that are present in my StateInvestigator pattern collection:confocaloid wrote: ↑June 7th, 2024, 8:42 amMaybe you could describe "interesting" things that can be seen in the pattern?Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote: ↑June 7th, 2024, 7:35 amJust a 128x128 demo pattern for StateInvestigator:Code: Select all
x = 128, y = 128, rule = StateInvestigator
It seems like every cellstate is used somewhere in the pattern. I can see a number of periodic components. The least common multiple of periods I found so far is 19668933364080 [update 1: 25785971640308880], so the overall period (if it's an oscillator) must be a multiple of that.
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x = 25, y = 7, rule = StateInvestigator
3.2E14.2E$E.A13.E2A$.A.A2.2AE7.2A.A2.2AE$A.I5.A9.I5.A$EA2.5A7.EA2.5A$
2.AI.A11.A.I.A$2.E.C13.E.C!
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x = 9, y = 6, rule = StateInvestigator
E.A$.A.A2.2AE$A.I5.A$EA2.5A$2.AI.A$2.E.C!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
Update:Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote: ↑March 2nd, 2024, 6:34 amCurrent version of the StateInvestigator files for the "Patterns" folders (Patterns/StateInvestigator):
Tip: you can right-click on the RLE files in Golly to view the notes on the pattern
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x = 16, y = 11, rule = B3/S23Investigator
10.E$8.E$10.I$8.E3$15.E2$7.E$E$8.E3.E!
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x = 34, y = 19, rule = B3/S23Investigator
13.A$12.A6$33.C$11.E$E8.E$11.I$9.E2$E$16.E2$8.E$.E20.C$9.E3.E!
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x = 4, y = 7, rule = StateInvestigator
A$3QA$2.2A$.2A$2A$A3Q$3.A!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
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x = 8, y = 6, rule = B3/S23Investigator
7.E2$A$A.A$3A$2.A!
Easy:unname4798 wrote: ↑June 11th, 2024, 7:12 amHow to convert pi to a glider in this situation?Code: Select all
x = 8, y = 6, rule = B3/S23Investigator 7.E2$A$A.A$3A$2.A!
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x = 8, y = 17, rule = StateInvestigator
7.E2$A$A.A$3A$2.A11$5.B!
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x = 8, y = 17, rule = StateInvestigator
5.E6$7.E2$A$A.A$3A$2.A5$4.EBE!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
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x = 6, y = 6, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.C$.O$CE$.D$.C2DEC$3.C!
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x = 17, y = 20, rule = B3/S23Investigator
16.E3$8.E3$E$15.E2$7.A$6.A.2A$7.2A3$5.C10.E$5.O$4.CEA$5.D.A$5.C2DEC$7.C!
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x = 16, y = 21, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.E3$10.E4$13.A$E12.3A$13.A.A$15.A5$3.C$3.O$2.CEA$3.D.A$3.C2DEC$5.C!
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x = 8, y = 10, rule = StateInvestigator
3A$AHA$3A5$5.3A$5.AHA$5.3A!
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x = 11, y = 2, rule = StateInvestigator
H$10.H!
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x = 6, y = 6, rule = StateInvestigator
3.3A$2.QAQA$2.AH2A$A.QAQ$.A$2.A!
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x = 16, y = 16, rule = StateInvestigator
5.B2$5.B8$3.3A7.B.B$2.QAQA$2.AH2A$A.QAQ$.A$2.A!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
Code: Select all
x = 6, y = 11, rule = B3/S23Investigator
3.A$2.A.2A$3.2A3$C$Q$EA$D.A$C2DE$3.C!
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x = 7, y = 12, rule = B3/S23Investigator
4.A$3.A.2A$4.2A4$C$Q$EA$D.A$C2DE$3.C!
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# Bottom is optimized, top is canonical
x = 16, y = 19, rule = B3/S23Investigator
7.E2$12.C$12.E2DC$13.A.D$14.AE$.E13.Q$15.C3$8.A$7.3A$Q5.A3.A3.E$EA5.3A
$D.A5.A$C2DE3$7.E!
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x = 68, y = 17, rule = B3/S23Investigator
10.B3$6.E3$E5$.C6.E$.Q$.EA10.4A47.2A$.D.A9.A3.A45.2A.2A$.C2DE8.A50.4A
$4.C9.A50.2A!
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x = 17, y = 39, rule = B3/S23Investigator
8.E2$13.C$13.E2DC$14.A.D$15.AE$2.E13.Q$16.C2$9.A$2.C5.A.A$7.A3.A$.Q5.
A3.A3.E$.EA4.A3.A$.D.A4.A.A$.C2D5.A3$8.E2$6.E3$12.E2DC$15.D$14.AE$.E13.
Q5$7.3A$Q5.A3.A3.E$EA5.A.A$D.A5.A$C2DE3$7.E!
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x = 40, y = 9, rule = StateInvestigator
.A$2.A$3A2$5.A$3.A.A2.EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOBE$4.2A3.E3.E3.E
3.E3.E3.E3.E3.E2$8.EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2EQOE!
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x = 37, y = 5, rule = B3/S23Investigator
2.A$A.A2.EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOBE$.2A3.E2$5.EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2E
QO2EQO2EQO2EQOE!
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x = 120, y = 35, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.A$2.A$3A2$5.A$3.A.A$4.2A$8.A$9.A$7.3A2$12.A$10.A.A$11.2A$15.A$16.A$14.
3A2$19.A$17.A.A$18.2A$22.A$23.A11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E$21.3A
10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$33.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.
EB10.EB10.EB$26.A5.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$24.A.A4.EB10.
EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$25.2A3.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.
CB10.CB2$31.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B$28.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.
EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB$32.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.
EB$33.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$34.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB
10.EB10.EB10.EB$35.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E!
There is a slightly smaller way to convert a glider into that signal, but this bumps the repeat time up to 27:b-engine wrote: ↑June 23rd, 2024, 6:45 amG/Spark to spark, and wire based on it:Code: Select all
x = 120, y = 35, rule = B3/S23Investigator .A$2.A$3A2$5.A$3.A.A$4.2A$8.A$9.A$7.3A2$12.A$10.A.A$11.2A$15.A$16.A$14. 3A2$19.A$17.A.A$18.2A$22.A$23.A11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E$21.3A 10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$33.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10. EB10.EB10.EB$26.A5.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$24.A.A4.EB10. EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$25.2A3.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10. CB10.CB2$31.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B$28.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2. EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB$32.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10. EB$33.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$34.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB 10.EB10.EB10.EB$35.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E!
Code: Select all
x = 54, y = 14, rule = StateInvestigator
17.E11.E11.E11.E$16.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$15.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$14.EB10.EB
10.EB10.EB$8.A4.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$8.2A3.B10.CB10.CB10.CB$7.A.A$13.B11.
B11.B11.B$13.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB$14.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$15.EB10.EB10.
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
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The phrase 'to convert a glider into a signal' is a misnomer. (If there is some signal of interest that appears in the wire when the shown reaction completes, then the same signal existed earlier, only carried by the glider.)hotcrystal0 wrote: ↑June 29th, 2024, 12:20 pmThere is a slightly smaller way to convert a glider into a signal, but this bumps the repeat time up to 27:b-engine wrote: ↑June 23rd, 2024, 6:45 amG/Spark to spark, and wire based on it:Code: Select all
x = 120, y = 35, rule = B3/S23Investigator
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x = 54, y = 14, rule = StateInvestigator