Difference between revisions of "Merzenich's p64"

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|discoverer  = Matthias Merzenich
 
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Revision as of 16:13, 24 April 2019

Merzenich's p64
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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 34
Bounding box 21×21
Period 64
Mod 32
Heat 20.75
Volatility 0.97
Strict volatility 0.97
Discovered by Matthias Merzenich
Year of discovery Unknown

Merzenich's p64 (or 4 blocks hassling 2 beehives and 2 R-pentominos) is the smallest known period 64 oscillator.

Two copies of this oscillator are seen in pre-pulsar shuttle 64.

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