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'''Adam P. Goucher''' is a [[Conway's Game of Life|Life]] enthusiast currently residing in the United Kingdom.
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'''Adam P. Goucher''' (gaʊt͡ʃə(ɹ)<ref>Dave Greene, https://www.conwaylife.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=2036&p=104219#p104218</ref>) is a [[Conway's Game of Life|Life]] enthusiast currently residing in the United Kingdom.
  
 
Among his numerous contributions to the Game of Life were the construction of the [[Spartan universal computer-constructor]] and the [[P1 megacell]]. He also collaborated with [[Ivan Fomichev]], [[Chris Cain]] and [[Dave Greene]] on the [[half-baked knightship]], and found the first elementary [[knightship]], [[Sir Robin]], based on partial results by [[Tomas Rokicki]].
 
Among his numerous contributions to the Game of Life were the construction of the [[Spartan universal computer-constructor]] and the [[P1 megacell]]. He also collaborated with [[Ivan Fomichev]], [[Chris Cain]] and [[Dave Greene]] on the [[half-baked knightship]], and found the first elementary [[knightship]], [[Sir Robin]], based on partial results by [[Tomas Rokicki]].
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Revision as of 22:10, 16 September 2020

Adam P. Goucher
Born Unknown
Residence United Kingdom
Nationality Unknown
Institutions Unknown
Alma mater Unknown

Adam P. Goucher (gaʊt͡ʃə(ɹ)[1]) is a Life enthusiast currently residing in the United Kingdom.

Among his numerous contributions to the Game of Life were the construction of the Spartan universal computer-constructor and the P1 megacell. He also collaborated with Ivan Fomichev, Chris Cain and Dave Greene on the half-baked knightship, and found the first elementary knightship, Sir Robin, based on partial results by Tomas Rokicki.

He wrote the apgsearch soup searcher and the lifelib C++ library, devised the Life128 and vlife algorithms, and implemented and operates Catagolue.

Patterns found by Adam P. Goucher

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