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'''Final Population per Initial Population''', abbreviated '''F/I''', is a measure of the quality of a [[methuselah]].
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'''Final Population per Initial Population''' ( abbreviated '''F/I''') is a measure of the quality of a [[methuselah]]. It benchmarks the growth of a methuselah, i.e. the number of new cells born. It was first suggested in 1971.<ref>{{CiteLifeline|vol=3|pages=page 8}}</ref>
  
It benchmarks the growth of a methuselah, i.e. the number of new cells born.
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It is used to track the quality of megasized [[soup]]s in [[apgsearch]], and is censused in non-vanilla apgsearch versions such as 10x10.
  
It is used to track the quality of megasized [[soup]]s in [[apgsearch]], and is censused in non-vanilla apgsearch versions such as 10x10.
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The most superior methuselah in this respect is [[24827M]].
  
The most superior methuselah in this respect is Simon Ekstrom's variant of [[lidka]].
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==References==
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==Also see==
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==See also==
 
* [[L/I]]
 
* [[L/I]]
 
* [[F/L]]
 
* [[F/L]]
 
* [[L/MCPS]]
 
* [[L/MCPS]]

Latest revision as of 04:05, 1 November 2020

Final Population per Initial Population ( abbreviated F/I) is a measure of the quality of a methuselah. It benchmarks the growth of a methuselah, i.e. the number of new cells born. It was first suggested in 1971.[1]

It is used to track the quality of megasized soups in apgsearch, and is censused in non-vanilla apgsearch versions such as 10x10.

The most superior methuselah in this respect is 24827M.

References

  1. Robert Wainwright (September 1971). "Lifeline Volume 3". Lifeline page 8.

See also