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Revision as of 16:20, 24 April 2019
29P9  
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Pattern type  Oscillator  

Oscillator type  Billiard table  
Number of cells  29  
Bounding box  10×10  
Period  9  
Mod  9  
Heat  3.3  
Volatility  0.27  
Strict volatility  0.27  
Discovered by  Dean Hickerson  
Year of discovery  1997  
 
 
 

29P9 is an unnamed period 9 billiard table oscillator discovered by Dean Hickerson in April 1997. In terms of its 29 cells, it is the smallest known period 9 oscillator.^{[1]}
Synthesis
Martin Grant found a 59glider synthesis of 29P9 on August 6, 2016.^{[2]}
References
 ↑ "Class 2 Objects Catalog". Retrieved on April 3, 2009.
 ↑ Re: Synthesising Oscillators (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums
External links
 29P9 at Adam P. Goucher's Catagolue
 29P9.1 at Heinrich Koenig's Game of Life Object Catalogs
Categories:
 Patterns
 Oscillators with 29 cells
 Patterns with 29 cells
 Patterns found by Dean Hickerson
 Patterns found in 1997
 Patterns that can be constructed with 58 gliders
 Oscillators
 Periodic objects with minimum population 29
 Billiard tables
 Oscillators with period 9
 Oscillators with mod 9
 Oscillators with heat 3
 Oscillators with volatility 0.27
 Oscillators with strict volatility 0.27
 Unnamed periodic objects