108P59

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108P59
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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 108
Bounding box 41 × 41
Period 59
Mod 59
Heat 93.0
Volatility 0.93
Strict volatility 0.93
Discovered by Mitchell Riley
Year of discovery 2022

108P59 is a period-59 oscillator found by Mitchell Riley on September 14, 2022.[1] In terms of its minimum population of 108 cells, it is the smallest known oscillator of this period; it is also the only known oscillator of this period that does not rely on adjustable glider loops or Herschel track technology.

The name 108P59 was chosen over a more descriptive name (such as p59 [object] hassler) because in its most recognisable form, it hassles both a bun and a beehive rather than a common single object.

A 40-glider synthesis for this oscillator was found on the day of its discovery.[2]

References

  1. Mitchell Riley (September 14, 2022). Re: Oscillator Discussion Thread (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums
  2. Chris857 (September 14, 2022). Re: Synthesising Oscillators (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums

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