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A polyplet is a finite collection of orthogonally or diagonally connected cells. The form of connectivity allowed by polyplets is sometimes called king-wise connectivity because of the way a king moves on a chess board. King-wise connectivity is a more natural concept in Life-like cellular automata than the orthogonal connectivity of polyominoes.

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