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[[User:Kiran.|Kiran]] ([[User talk:Kiran.|talk]]) 16:34, 16 August 2015 (UTC)This is definitely not the same as sawmill, in sawmill a fixed amount of filters with infinitely many different states produce a stream of gliders or rakes from the end of the row while in Tlog(log(t)) growth a lengthening row of filters each with a finite number of states sprout switch engines from the sides.
 
[[User:Kiran.|Kiran]] ([[User talk:Kiran.|talk]]) 16:34, 16 August 2015 (UTC)This is definitely not the same as sawmill, in sawmill a fixed amount of filters with infinitely many different states produce a stream of gliders or rakes from the end of the row while in Tlog(log(t)) growth a lengthening row of filters each with a finite number of states sprout switch engines from the sides.
 
Also the growth rate of Tlog(log(t)) growth cannot be achieved with sawmill.
 
Also the growth rate of Tlog(log(t)) growth cannot be achieved with sawmill.
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: Ran into a technical difficulty while working through proposed deletions today:  I'm not clear on how exactly the infobox "type" parameter creates a category, and how I can keep the system from creating a nonexistent "Infinite growth patterns" category, now that I've deleted that category in favor of plain "Infinite growth".  If I change the type to "Infinite growth", I get an "Infinite growths" category link, which isn't what I want either. (?) [[User:Dvgrn|Dvgrn]] ([[User talk:Dvgrn|talk]]) 17:11, 31 March 2019 (UTC)

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Kiran (talk) 16:34, 16 August 2015 (UTC)This is definitely not the same as sawmill, in sawmill a fixed amount of filters with infinitely many different states produce a stream of gliders or rakes from the end of the row while in Tlog(log(t)) growth a lengthening row of filters each with a finite number of states sprout switch engines from the sides. Also the growth rate of Tlog(log(t)) growth cannot be achieved with sawmill.

Ran into a technical difficulty while working through proposed deletions today: I'm not clear on how exactly the infobox "type" parameter creates a category, and how I can keep the system from creating a nonexistent "Infinite growth patterns" category, now that I've deleted that category in favor of plain "Infinite growth". If I change the type to "Infinite growth", I get an "Infinite growths" category link, which isn't what I want either. (?) Dvgrn (talk) 17:11, 31 March 2019 (UTC)