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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby fsrm » March 4th, 2016, 8:18 am

P5 block hassler:
x = 78, y = 19, rule = B3/S23
26bo24bo$25bobo22bobo$25bob3o18b3obo$22bob2o4bo16bo4b2obo$14b2o6b2o3b
2obo16bob2o3b2o6b2o$13bobo9b2obob2o14b2obob2o9bobo$7b2obo2bo6b5obo24bo
b5o6bo2bob2o$6bob2obob2o4bo5bob2ob2obo4b2o4bob2ob2obo5bo4b2obob2obo$6b
o4bo8b4o5b2o6bo2bo6b2o5b4o8bo4bo$4b2ob4obob2o4bobo3bo2bobo3bo6bo3bobo
2bo3bobo4b2obob4ob2o$3bobo4bobo4b2ob2obob2o2bobo3bo6bo3bobo2b2obob2ob
2o4bobo4bobo$3bo3b3o2bob3obob2ob3o3b2o6bo2bo6b2o3b3ob2obob3obo2b3o3bo$
2obobo2bobo13b2ob2ob2obo4b2o4bob2ob2ob2o13bobo2bobob2o$bobobob2o2bobob
obo6bo28bo6bobobobo2b2obobobo$bobobo3bobobob2o6b2obobob2o14b2obobob2o
6b2obobobo3bobobo$2b2ob4o2b2obo7bo2bob2obo16bob2obo2bo7bob2o2b4ob2o$9b
2o3bo8bobo4bo16bo4bobo8bo3b2o$7bo2bo3b2o8b2o4b2o14b2o4b2o8b2o3bo2bo$7b
2o60b2o!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby fsrm » March 5th, 2016, 6:48 am

P60 toggle:
x = 38, y = 18, rule = B3/S23
16b2o$17bo$17bobo5b2o$18b2o5bo2bo$29bo$29bo6b2o$29bo6b2o$18bo6bo2bo$
17bobo5b2o$11b2o4bo2bo$9bo2bo5b2o$2o6bo$2o6bo$8bo$9bo2bo5b2o$11b2o5bob
o$20bo$20b2o!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby muzik » March 5th, 2016, 9:01 am

Some pre pulsar shuttles I made using grey cells. Nothing too notable, unless you can somehow do the extendible 3-traffic light long one without grey cells

x = 15, y = 29, rule = LifeHistory
3.F7.F2$4.B5.B$3.3A3.3A$F2.ABA3.ABA2.F$3.3A3.3A$.6B.6B$F6B.6BF$.6B.6B
$3.3B3.3B$3.3B3.3B$3.F7.F4$.F5.F5.F7$3A3.3A3.3A$A.A3.A.A3.A.A$3A3.3A
3.3A4$.F5.F5.F!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby BlinkerSpawn » March 5th, 2016, 4:38 pm

From DRH-oscillators.rle:
x = 44, y = 29, rule = B3/S23
14bo14bo$13bobo3b3o6bobo$14bo4bobo7bo$19b3o2$2bo2bo4bo2bo16bo2bo4bo2bo
$3o2b6o2b3o12b3o2b6o2b3o$2bo2bo4bo2bo5b3o8bo2bo4bo2bo$19bobo$19b3o4$2b
o2bo4bo2bo5b3o8bo2bo4bo2bo$3o2b6o2b3o3bobo6b3o2b6o2b3o$2bo2bo4bo2bo5b
3o8bo2bo4bo2bo4$19b3o$19bobo$2bo2bo4bo2bo5b3o8bo2bo4bo2bo$3o2b6o2b3o
12b3o2b6o2b3o$2bo2bo4bo2bo16bo2bo4bo2bo2$19b3o$14bo4bobo7bo$13bobo3b3o
6bobo$14bo14bo!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby Dean Hickerson » March 6th, 2016, 11:37 am

fsrm wrote:This p10 can be useful?
x = 13, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
2b2o2bo2b2o$2bo7bo$3b2o3b2o$o5bo5bo$6ob6o$4bo3bo$2b2o5b2o$2bo7bo$3bo5b
o$2b2o5b2o!

It's pretty, but I think the sparks are too confined to be useful. My drifter search program found it in 1997 or 1998; see my "New billiard tables" collection.
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby fsrm » March 6th, 2016, 11:48 am

P6 light speed oscillator. Source from golly's cambrian-explosion.
x = 98, y = 20, rule = B3/S23
60b2o5b2o2bob2o$61bo5bo3b2obo$3bo2bob2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b
2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2bo7bo$3b4ob2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b
2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2bo2b2o2b3o3b2o$63bobo5bo2bo2bobo$b62obob5o3bo5bo2bo2bo
3b2o$o57bo3bobobo4b3ob6o2b4o2bob3o$3o3b3o3b3o3b3o3b3o3b3o3b3o3b3o3b3o
3b2o3b3o2b2obob2o2bobo5b2o4b3o4bo$4bobo3bobo3bobo3bobo3bobo3bobo3bobo
3bobo3bobo4bo3bo3bo2bo5b2ob2o3b3o3b2o2bo$3o3b3o3b3o3b3o3b3o3b3o3b3o3b
3o3b3o3b2o2bo2b2o2bo3bo5b2o3b2o5b3o2bobob2o$o56b3o2bobo3b2obob2o2bo5b
3o5bob2obo$b56o2bob2obo3bo3bob2o8bo4bobobo2bo$57b2o2bo2bobobobobobo6b
3o9b3o$3b4ob2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b5o4bo2b2obob2o
bobobo5bo8bo$3bo2bob2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2b2o2bo3bo5b
2o3bo4bo2b2o3bo3bo7bob2o$55bo7bo3b6o7b5o5bobob2o$55b2o5bo27b2o$62b2o5b
2o11bo$69b2o10bobo$82bo!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby fsrm » March 6th, 2016, 2:34 pm

New p2 wick:
x = 36, y = 51, rule = B3/S23
26bo$24bobo$23bo4bo$23b5o$28bo$25b2o5bo$25bobo4bobo$30bo4bo$27bo3b5o$
30bo$27b2o3b2o$31bobo$29bo$29bobo$27bo$27bobo$25bo$25bobo$23bo$23bobo$
21bo$21bobo$19bo$19bobo$17bo$17bobo$15bo$15bobo$13bo$13bobo$11bo$11bob
o$9bo$9bobo$7bo$7bobo$5bo$5bobo$3bo$2bo4bo$2b3o$7b2o$6o$o8bo$2bobo5bo$
2bo5b3o2$7b6o$12bo$8bobo$10bo!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby TheoSwartz » March 8th, 2016, 4:09 am

My first post here, I'm new to the Life community online. Is there some easy way to find out if my pattern has been found already? Perhaps pasting RLE code into something which searches an existing database? I'm afraid I know nothing about what resources are at my disposal, so if anyone could reply or PM me about it that would be nice. :)

Here is a (new?) p4 which consists of 2 Heavyweight Emulators hassling a Stairstep Hexomino predecessor. It can be extended since the spark is equal on the other side.

x = 44, y = 33, rule = B3/S23
19b2o4b2o4b2o$18bo2bobo4bobo2bo$18b3o10b3o$21b2o6b2o$20bo2b6o2bo$20b2o
8b2o3$26bo$27b2o$28b2o$30bo2$b2o10b2o9b2o10b2o$o2bo8bo2bo7bo2bo8bo2bo$
3o2b6o2b3o7b3o2b6o2b3o$3b2o6b2o13b2o6b2o$2bo10bo11bo10bo$2b2obo4bob2o
11b2obo4bob2o$7b2o21b2o2$9bo22bo$8bo2bo19bo2bo$9bo2bo19bo2bo$11bo22bo
2$12b2o21b2o$7b2obo4bob2o11b2obo4bob2o$7bo10bo11bo10bo$8b2o6b2o13b2o6b
2o$5b3o2b6o2b3o7b3o2b6o2b3o$5bo2bo8bo2bo7bo2bo8bo2bo$6b2o10b2o9b2o10b
2o!


EDIT: Since I don't know if this is previously discovered, does that mean it belongs in the "unsure" thread? I don't really understand the difference since they seem to overlap a lot from what I've seen...
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby muzik » March 8th, 2016, 9:15 am

TheoSwartz wrote:Perhaps pasting RLE code into something which searches an existing database?


http://codercontest.com/mniemiec/lifesrch.htm

I can't search for it right now because the internet is screwing up, you should probably try. It tends to cut off larger patterns though
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby mniemiec » March 8th, 2016, 12:20 pm

muzik wrote:
TheoSwartz wrote:Perhaps pasting RLE code into something which searches an existing database?


http://codercontest.com/mniemiec/lifesrch.htm

I can't search for it right now because the internet is screwing up, you should probably try. It tends to cut off larger patterns though

My search page is primarily for patterns that are actually detailed on my web pages themselves - specifically, exhaustive lists of small objects, and some selective larger ones for which syntheses have been developed, so it won't find most larger objects, especially things like arbitrary stator variants of smaller objects, combinations of multiple oscillators, etc. The next version (which is close to completion) will also provide direct links to Catagolue pages for the respective objects.
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby TheoSwartz » March 8th, 2016, 2:48 pm

Thanks you two, I will bookmark that page for small object searches.
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby Bullet51 » March 13th, 2016, 12:53 am

P13 in the rattlesnake series:
x = 22, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
8b2o$8bo$10bo$6b5o6bo$6bo9bobo$2o2b2o3b2o5bobo$o2bo4bobo4b2ob3o$b2ob2o
3bo11bo$2bobo10b2ob3o$2bobo4b2o5bobo$3bo6bob2o$8bobo$6b3obo$5bo4bo2bo$
6b3obobobo$8bobo2bobo$9b2o3b2o!

I am not familiar with the catalysis in the upper-left corner.
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby Sokwe » March 13th, 2016, 3:03 am

Bullet51 wrote:I am not familiar with the catalysis in the upper-left corner.

It's just the standard tub-with-tail reaction:
x = 18, y = 14, rule = B3/S23
7b2o4bo$7bo4bobo$5bobo4bobo$4bobo4b2ob3o$2o3bo11bo$2o9b2ob3o$5b2o5bobo
$6bob2o$4bobo$2b3obo$bo4bo2bo$2b3obobobo$4bobo2b2o$5b2o!

Nice find!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby Dean Hickerson » March 14th, 2016, 9:59 am

Bullet51 wrote:P13 in the rattlesnake series:
x = 22, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
8b2o$8bo$10bo$6b5o6bo$6bo9bobo$2o2b2o3b2o5bobo$o2bo4bobo4b2ob3o$b2ob2o
3bo11bo$2bobo10b2ob3o$2bobo4b2o5bobo$3bo6bob2o$8bobo$6b3obo$5bo4bo2bo$
6b3obobobo$8bobo2bobo$9b2o3b2o!

Very nice!

We can shrink the bounding box and population a bit:
x = 18, y = 15, rule = B3/S23
o$3o5b2o4bo$3bo4bo4bobo$2bo3bobo4bobo$bo3bobo4b2ob2o$b2o3bo9bo$12b2obo
$6b2o5bobobo$7bob2o5b2o$5bobo$3b3obo$2bo4bo2bo$3b3obobobo$5bobo2b2o$6b
2o!

P.S.: I see that Matthias Merzenich already found most of this alternate stator, so the only new thing in mine is the alternate version of the eater2 on the right, which eliminates one column.
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby Kazyan » March 17th, 2016, 11:00 pm

p6:

x = 13, y = 20, rule = B3/S23
3b2o2bo$3bo2bobo$2obob2obo$o2bo4b2o$bobob2o3bo$2b2obob3o$5bobo$5b2o$5b
o3$7bo$6b2o$5bobo$3b3obob2o$2bo3b2obobo$3b2o4bo2bo$4bob2obob2o$4bobo2b
o$5bo2b2o!


Not all that interesting on its own, but it comes from a flexible catalyst found in Bellman, which suggests it has more uses and derivatives:

x = 11, y = 15, rule = B3/S23
3b2o2bo$3bo2bobo$2obob2obo$o2bo4b2o$bobob2o3bo$2b2obob3o$5bobo$5b2o2$
4bo3$b3o$3bo$2bo!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby BlinkerSpawn » March 18th, 2016, 12:29 pm

Dean Hickerson wrote:
Bullet51 wrote:P13 in the rattlesnake series:
x = 22, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
8b2o$8bo$10bo$6b5o6bo$6bo9bobo$2o2b2o3b2o5bobo$o2bo4bobo4b2ob3o$b2ob2o
3bo11bo$2bobo10b2ob3o$2bobo4b2o5bobo$3bo6bob2o$8bobo$6b3obo$5bo4bo2bo$
6b3obobobo$8bobo2bobo$9b2o3b2o!

Very nice!

We can shrink the bounding box and population a bit:
x = 18, y = 15, rule = B3/S23
o$3o5b2o4bo$3bo4bo4bobo$2bo3bobo4bobo$bo3bobo4b2ob2o$b2o3bo9bo$12b2obo
$6b2o5bobobo$7bob2o5b2o$5bobo$3b3obo$2bo4bo2bo$3b3obobobo$5bobo2b2o$6b
2o!

P.S.: I see that Matthias Merzenich already found most of this alternate stator, so the only new thing in mine is the alternate version of the eater2 on the right, which eliminates one column.

And the final step for Buckingham's p13 works here as well:
x = 32, y = 26, rule = B3/S23
29bobo$29b2o$7b2o4bo16bo$7bo4bobo$5bobo4bobo$4bobo4b2ob3o$2o3bo11bo4bo
bo$2o9b2ob3o5b2o$11b2obo8bo2$4bob2o$2b3obobo$bo4bobo$2b3obob2o$4bobo$
5b2o3$18b2o$18bobo$7bo10bo$7b2o$6bobo$13b2o$12b2o$14bo!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby Dean Hickerson » March 21st, 2016, 10:06 pm

Here's a p24 oscillator that one of my drifter searches found:

x = 16, y = 15, rule = B3/S23
5bo$5b3o$8bo$7bo3bo$3b2obo3bobo$2bobob2ob2obo$bo2bo8b2o$bobob8o2bo$2ob
obo8b2o$3bobobob2o$3bobobobobo$4b2obo3bo$6bob3o$6bobo$7bo!

The upper right part is p6. Changing just one cell makes the upper part stable and the lower part p7:

x = 16, y = 15, rule = B3/S23
5bo$5b3o$8bo$7bo3bo$3b2obo3bobo$2bobob5obo$bo2bo8b2o$bobob8o2bo$2obobo
8b2o$3bobobob2o$3bobobobobo$4b2obo3bo$6bob3o$6bobo$7bo!

With a smaller stator, this p7 is already known. The p24 is also related to 2 other known oscillators, with periods 10 and 17. Here all 4 are shown; note that the lower left part of the p24 is like the p7 in gens 0-16, like the p10 in gens 14-26, and like the p17 in gens 7-33. Basically, the p17 does a p7 cycle and a p10 cycle, and the p24 does 2 p7 cycles and a p10 cycle. I wonder if there are any larger period oscillators like these.

x = 80, y = 65, rule = B3/S23
36bob2o$36b2obo$40b2o$41bo$40bo$40b2o$38b2o$39bo$38bo$38b2o$36b2o$37bo
$36bo$36b2o4$40b2o$40bo$42bo$38b5o$37bo$33b2obob5o$33b2obobo4bobo$36bo
bobobob2o$36bobobobo$37b2obobo$39bobo$39bo$38b2o4$38bo$2o4b2obo28b3o
29b2o2bob2o$bo4bob2o12b2o17bo15bo13bo2b2obo$o3b2o4b2o10bo17bo3bo11bobo
11bo7b2o$2o2bo5bo12bo12b2obo3bobo10bobo3b2o6b2o7bo$5bo5bo8b3obo10bobob
2ob2obo7b2obob2o3bo14bo$2o2b2o4b2o7bo4bo9bo2bo8b2o6bobo4bobob2o3b2o6b
2o$bo2bo5bo4b2obob5obo7bobob8o2bo3bo2bobobobobo2bo4bo4b2o$o4bo5bo3b2ob
o6bobo5b2obobo8b2o3b2obobo4bobo5bo6bo$2o2b2o4b2o6bo2b4o2bo8bobobob2o
11bobo2b2o2b2o4b2o4bo$4bo5bo7bo3bobobo9bobobobobo10bobo3bobo12b2o$2o3b
o5bo7b2obo2bo11b2obo3bo11b2obobobo6b2o2b2o$bo2b2o4b2o9bob2o14bob3o14bo
bobo8bo3bo$o5b2obo11bo17bobo16bobo9bo3bo$2o4bob2o10b2o18bo18b2o9b2o2b
2o4$34b2obo4b2o4b2o$34bob2o5bo5bo$38b2o2bo5bo$38bo3b2o4b2o$39bo4bob2o$
38b2o4b2obo$34b2obo10b2o$34bob2o11bo$32b2o14bo$32bo15b2o$33bo$32b2o$
34b2obo10b2o$34bob2o10b2o!

David Buckingham found the p7 (unnamed) and p10 (42P10.1) in the early 1970s; I found the p17 (54P17.1) in 1997.
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby muzik » March 27th, 2016, 5:56 am

Predecessor of an oscillator, is it known!

x = 11, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
2b2o3b2o$2bo2bo2bo$3b5o2$b9o$o9bo$b9o$2bo5bo$2bo5bo$b9o$o9bo$b9o2$3b5o
$2bo2bo2bo$2b2o3b2o!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby mniemiec » March 27th, 2016, 6:24 am

muzik wrote:Predecessor of an oscillator, is it known!

x = 11, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
2b2o3b2o$2bo2bo2bo$3b5o2$b9o$o9bo$b9o$2bo5bo$2bo5bo$b9o$o9bo$b9o2$3b5o
$2bo2bo2bo$2b2o3b2o!

This quickly turns into two siamese candelabras. The two rotors are independent of each other.
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby BlinkerSpawn » March 27th, 2016, 9:56 am

It can also be smaller:
x = 11, y = 14, rule = Life
3.2A.2A$3.2A.2A2$.9A$A4.A4.A$.3A3.3A3$.3A3.3A$A4.A4.A$.9A2$3.2A.2A$3.
2A.2A!
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby TheoSwartz » March 27th, 2016, 5:11 pm

^ Am I the only one who finds it strangely pleasing to see stators reduced?
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby BlinkerSpawn » March 27th, 2016, 7:48 pm

TheoSwartz wrote:^ Am I the only one who finds it strangely pleasing to see stators reduced?

No, I like to try my hand at that as well. Enough to download the entire B3/S234 oscillator collection and attempt to reduce everything I possibly could.
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby TheoSwartz » March 27th, 2016, 8:16 pm

BlinkerSpawn wrote:No, I like to try my hand at that as well. Enough to download the entire B3/S234 oscillator collection and attempt to reduce everything I possibly could.

Ooh, you're going to enjoy the (similar) rule I'll be posting tonight then. Out of curiosity, were you able to reduce many?

EDIT: The evening got away from me and I may postpone it until tomorrow. Not that it matters to anybody, I just don't want to lie. :P
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby BlinkerSpawn » March 28th, 2016, 5:06 pm

Check the B3/S234 thread. The updated version is under my latest post, the original is in the first post.
I probably reduced around a hundred oscillators.
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Re: Oscillator Discoveries Thread

Postby Bullet51 » April 8th, 2016, 6:31 am

P12 oscillator:
x = 22, y = 20, rule = B3S23
5b2o$5bobo$7bo$7b2o7b2o$9bo5bobo$7b2obo4bobob2o$6bo3bo3b2obob2o$5bo2b
2ob2o4bo$4bob2obobob5o$4bo2bobo$5bo3bob7o$3bobobobo7bo$b3obobobob4obo
3b2o$o4bobob2o4b2obo2bo$b3obob2o3b2o4b2o$3b2o5b2obob2obo$11bobobo2bo$
11bobobo2bobo$9bobob2o4b2o$9b2o!


Is it possible to get a signal out of it ?
Still drifting.
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