Difference between revisions of "Sawtooth 260"

From LifeWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m (Sawtooth 2 moved to Sawtooth 262: Name is now based on minimum repeating population)
m (fixed name)
Line 1: Line 1:
{{Pattern|type=Sawtooth|name=Sawtooth 2|discoverer=David Bell|discoveryear=2005|pname=sawtooth2|c=262|bx=223|by=161|life105=true|life106=true|plaintext=true|rle=true}}
+
{{Pattern|type=Sawtooth|name=Sawtooth 262|discoverer=David Bell|discoveryear=2005|pname=sawtooth2|c=262|bx=223|by=161|life105=true|life106=true|plaintext=true|rle=true}}
'''Sawtooth 2''' is a diagonal [[sawtooth]] that was discovered by [[:Category:Patterns found by David Bell|David Bell]] on July 9, [[:Category:Patterns found in 2005|2005]]. It is currently the smallest sawtooth in the sense that its minimum repeating population of 262 is the least of any known sawtooth.
+
'''Sawtooth 262''' is a diagonal [[sawtooth]] that was discovered by [[:Category:Patterns found by David Bell|David Bell]] on July 9, [[:Category:Patterns found in 2005|2005]]. It is currently the smallest sawtooth in the sense that its minimum repeating population of 262 is the least of any known sawtooth.
  
 
The pattern works by using 180-degree [[glider]] reflections from a 136-cell [[Cordership]]. A single [[figure eight]] reflector is used to delete two outbound gliders with each returning glider.
 
The pattern works by using 180-degree [[glider]] reflections from a 136-cell [[Cordership]]. A single [[figure eight]] reflector is used to delete two outbound gliders with each returning glider.

Revision as of 14:18, 17 February 2009

Sawtooth 262
Sawtooth 262 image
Pattern type Sawtooth
Number of cells 262
Bounding box 223×161
Discovered by David Bell
Year of discovery 2005

Sawtooth 262 is a diagonal sawtooth that was discovered by David Bell on July 9, 2005. It is currently the smallest sawtooth in the sense that its minimum repeating population of 262 is the least of any known sawtooth.

The pattern works by using 180-degree glider reflections from a 136-cell Cordership. A single figure eight reflector is used to delete two outbound gliders with each returning glider.

Image gallery

External links