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Purpose Glider synthesis database
Created by Jeremy Tan
Platform Platform-independent
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Shinjuku[note 1] is a database of glider syntheses started by Jeremy Tan on April 10, 2019, as well as a collection of related Python scripts powered by lifelib. It uses a custom format to encode each step of an incremental synthesis, containing the starting apgcode, the locations of the gliders, and the apgcode of the resulting object.


  1. Named after Shinjuku Station, a train station in Tokyo and the busiest in the world.

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