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Re: Soup search results

calcyman wrote:No-one except for you knows how to convert a seed string into a 10x10 soup.

I actually figured it out myself; just remove the left six columns and the bottom six rows from the soup:
x = 16, y = 16, rule = LifeHistory
.D.3D4A2.A.2A\$D2.3D2.2A.A2.2A\$4D2.2A4.A\$2.3D2.2A4.2A\$D7.A2.5A\$3.2D.A
3.4A.A\$2.D2.DA4.A2.A\$2D.2D.2A.A3.A\$3.D2.3A3.A2.A\$4.2D5A.3A\$2.2D5.D2.
4D\$D2.D.D.2D.D2.D.D\$D2.2D2.D.3D.2D\$.2D2.3D4.D2.D\$2.2D.D2.D.D2.2D\$.2D.
2D.D.D.2D2.D!
Ian07

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Re: Soup search results

Thanks for 1) telling everyone and 2) reading the methuselae thread.

Specifically, in lifelib/soup/hashsoup.h, I added these lines (the if clause):

return bw;
}

if (symmetry == "10x10")
{
for(int i=0; i<10; i++) digest[2*i+1] &= 192;
for(int i=20; i<32; i++) digest[i] = 0;
}

uint64_t a = 0;
uint64_t b = 0;

EDIT: I honestly think it's a good idea to catagolue F/I above 100 (or 70, if that's too restrictive) for C1, not counting soups that spawn linear growth.
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ln(2) = 0.4^0.4 + (e-pi/10)*10^-6

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Re: Soup search results

testitemqlstudop wrote:EDIT: I honestly think it's a good idea to catagolue F/I above 100 (or 70, if that's too restrictive) for C1, not counting soups that spawn linear growth.

That is a great idea -- would people prefer F/I or F to be reported? They're roughly equivalent, because the initial population has a mean of 128 and standard deviation of 8 (and, by the Central Limit Theorem, is approximately Gaussian).

Merge requests on GitLab implementing that functionality would be most welcomely accepted. (What should the bin size be?)
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calcyman

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Re: Soup search results

In 10x10 the bin size is 1/1000th, but that's 1000x too much, so I say we round F/I.
For F, I say same as messless (100 bins.)
EDIT: On second thought, I think it's better to catagolue F. A good lower bound for F to submission is 3000 Although it's very, very common in 10x10, it's much rarer in C1 for unknown reasons.

Here's a haul with the "explode_" object: [url]gol.hatsya.co.uk/haul/b3s23/C1/1d1102eb544fbe108edac216f16f5cbb[/url]

Soup:

x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
3o3bo2b2o\$2obo4b5obo\$2o2bobobo3bobo\$bobo6bo3b2o\$obo5b3ob2obo\$ob2ob2o2b
o5bo\$obo2b4o5b2o\$o5b2ob2o2bobo\$ob3obob4o2b2o\$ob2o2b4ob2o\$bo4bo2b4obo\$
2b2ob2ob2ob3o\$2o2bobobob2obo\$2o3b2o2b5o\$bo2b2o4bob2obo\$3bo2bo3bobob2o!

(please mark it blue I want to be first )

I'm submitting the PR, with a few other modifications, mainly the 10x10 symmetry.
SEARCH SNOWFLAKES
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ln(2) = 0.4^0.4 + (e-pi/10)*10^-6

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Re: Soup search results

There, submitted it. my internet in China is crap...
SEARCH SNOWFLAKES
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ln(2) = 0.4^0.4 + (e-pi/10)*10^-6

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Re: Soup search results

testitemqlstudop wrote:methuselae

please no
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Re: Soup search results

wait my haul was marked red. nooooooo
SEARCH SNOWFLAKES
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ln(2) = 0.4^0.4 + (e-pi/10)*10^-6

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Re: Soup search results

testitemqlstudop wrote:wait my haul was marked red. nooooooo

You still have the chance to be the first real person to discover a megasized soup:

https://catagolue.appspot.com/user/Continuous%20Integration/all#discoveries
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calcyman

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Re: Soup search results

nononono my 5.03 hauls are still red

http://gol.hatsya.co.uk/haul/b3s23/C1/1 ... dee684499d

and please don't mark this red please

http://gol.hatsya.co.uk/haul/b3s23/C1/a ... 9ce31abec9
SEARCH SNOWFLAKES
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ln(2) = 0.4^0.4 + (e-pi/10)*10^-6

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Re: Soup search results

testitemqlstudop wrote:nononono my 5.03 hauls are still red

http://gol.hatsya.co.uk/haul/b3s23/C1/1 ... dee684499d

and please don't mark this red please

http://gol.hatsya.co.uk/haul/b3s23/C1/a ... 9ce31abec9

They're red because they contain the 'explode_' objects.
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Re: Soup search results

...and so I did this.

Screenshot from 2019-03-24 21-39-45.png (129.5 KiB) Viewed 4947 times
SEARCH SNOWFLAKES
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ln(2) = 0.4^0.4 + (e-pi/10)*10^-6

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Re: Soup search results

Pardon me, but what are "megasized" soups?
Life is hard. Deal with it.
My favorite oscillator of all time:
x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i
4b3o\$6bo\$o3b3o\$2o\$bo!

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Re: Soup search results

it's what we were just discussing

(LSS: soups with final population of greater than 3K)
SEARCH SNOWFLAKES
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ln(2) = 0.4^0.4 + (e-pi/10)*10^-6

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Re: Soup search results

Megasized 5.1k soup:

x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
boobbbbobooooboo\$
bobobooboobbobbo\$
ooboboboooboobob\$
oboobbbbbobboobb\$
bobooobbbobbobbb\$
obbobbobbbbobobo\$
boboobbbooobbooo\$
bbbboooboobbobbb\$
ooooboobooooobbb\$
ooooboooboobobbo\$
obbobbobbooobbbo\$
boobbobooboobobo\$
obobboooobobbbbo\$
bboobbbboooboboo\$
obbbooobboooboob\$
obbbooooboooobbo!

Reduced: (pop 47)

x = 17, y = 24, rule = B3/S23
7bo\$6bobo\$5bo\$5bobo\$3bo7b2o\$3b3o6bo\$4bo5\$6b3o\$5bo2bo6b2o\$5bo10bo\$6b3o\$
2bo5bo\$2ob2o\$2o6bobo\$5bo2bo2bo\$10bo\$9bo\$3bo4bo\$3bo2b2o\$5bo!

F/I = 109.4, still doesn't break my 10x10 record.
SEARCH SNOWFLAKES
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ln(2) = 0.4^0.4 + (e-pi/10)*10^-6

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Re: Soup search results

Anonymous has finally found the last 14-bit still life
Haul: https://catagolue.appspot.com/haul/b3s2 ... 525ea3e381 submitted on 2019-03-27 17:15:52

x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
3b4ob2ob3obo\$b2o2bobob2o4bo\$bo4b2obob2o2bo\$2b3o2bo2b3o2bo\$bo3bo4b2ob2o
\$o3b2obobob2o2bo\$2o2bo2bobo2bo\$2bobo2bobo5bo\$2o3bob5o\$obobob2o6b2o\$2bo
3b2o3b2obo\$obo2bo3bob2obo\$o3b2o5bo2b2o\$4ob3o3bo2bo\$2b3obobobo2b3o\$3bo
2b5o2b2o!
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Re: Soup search results

alphazelf wrote:Anonymous has finally found the last 14-bit still life
Haul: https://catagolue.appspot.com/haul/b3s2 ... 525ea3e381 submitted on 2019-03-27 17:15:52

x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
3b4ob2ob3obo\$b2o2bobob2o4bo\$bo4b2obob2o2bo\$2b3o2bo2b3o2bo\$bo3bo4b2ob2o
\$o3b2obobob2o2bo\$2o2bo2bobo2bo\$2bobo2bobo5bo\$2o3bob5o\$obobob2o6b2o\$2bo
3b2o3b2obo\$obo2bo3bob2obo\$o3b2o5bo2b2o\$4ob3o3bo2bo\$2b3obobobo2b3o\$3bo
2b5o2b2o!

Many congratulations to whoever found it!
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Re: Soup search results

Yes! Finally!
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Re: Soup search results

Congratulations Anonymous!

A nice seed which most likely doesn't save anything:
x = 52, y = 31, rule = B3/S23
bo\$2bo\$3o4\$27bo\$28bo\$26b3o2\$33bo\$32bobo\$32bobo\$33bo10\$34b2o\$33bo2bo\$
34b2o2\$43bo\$42b3o4b2o\$41bo3bo2bo2bo\$41b2ob2o3b2o!
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Re: Soup search results

actually my soup:
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
oooobbbbobbooboo\$
ooobboboobobboob\$
bobobobobboooboo\$
bobbobbboobboobo\$
obboobbbbbobobob\$
oboobboobbboobbo\$
oobboooobboooboo\$
oobooobbboobbbbo\$
bbbbbbboooooobbo\$
bbboobobbooboobb\$
oboobobbboobobbo\$
bbbobbobobbbbbbb\$
ooobobbobbboboob\$
bobobobooboooboo\$
bbbobooobobboboo\$
bbbobbbobbobbbbb!

19th occurrence!
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googleplex

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Re: Soup search results

BlinkerSpawn wrote:A nice seed which most likely doesn't save anything:
x = 52, y = 31, rule = B3/S23
bo\$2bo\$3o4\$27bo\$28bo\$26b3o2\$33bo\$32bobo\$32bobo\$33bo10\$34b2o\$33bo2bo\$
34b2o2\$43bo\$42b3o4b2o\$41bo3bo2bo2bo\$41b2ob2o3b2o!

I think 9 gliders is the new best:
x = 158, y = 45, rule = B3/S23
101bo\$2bo99b2o\$obo98b2o\$b2o3\$127bo\$128b2o\$127b2o6\$12bo\$13bo27bo33bo63b
o\$11b3o26bobo31bobo61bobo\$40bobo31bobo61bobo\$41bo33bo63bo\$13b3o\$15bo\$
14bo7\$42b2o32b2o62b2o\$41bo2bo30bo2bo60bo2bo\$42b2o32b2o62b2o3\$91b2o62b
2o\$90bo2bo60bo2bo\$91b2o62b2o\$60b2o\$60bobo\$60bo84b2o\$53b2o89bobo\$52bobo
91bo\$54bo\$151b2o\$151bobo\$151bo!
Things to work on:
- Find a (7,1)c/8 ship in a Non-totalistic rule (someone please search the rules)
- Find a C/10 in JustFriends
- Find a C/10 in Day and Night
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Re: Soup search results

Much congratulations! We now set our sights on the 36 remaining fifteen-bitters.
EDIT: @AforAmpere: Time for calcyman to update the Catagolue page!
Life is hard. Deal with it.
My favorite oscillator of all time:
x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i
4b3o\$6bo\$o3b3o\$2o\$bo!

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Re: Soup search results

FINALLY!!!!!!!!!!!

(Are there any remaining periodic 13 or 14-bit objects which haven't been found yet? And how many remaining 15-bit periodic objects remain?)
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Re: Soup search results

muzik wrote:(Are there any remaining periodic 13 or 14-bit objects which haven't been found yet? And how many remaining 15-bit periodic objects remain?)

The following are all the oscillators (all P2) up to 15 bits have not shown up in soups yet:
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2_4l1148kgzx302/b3s23 14P2.12 - the last 14-bit P2 to be synthesized
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2_62k0l51z642/b3s23 15P2.15
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2_350k0l51zw32/b3s23 15P2.16
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2_3lozx31ago/b3s23 Bipole tie python
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2_k3g4gljz11/b3s23 Blinkers bit pole
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2_882030kgz014a86/b3s23 Phoenix w/cavity
https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2_bdggzw1050ko/b3s23 Tripole tie snake
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Re: Soup search results

Moreover, the 14-bit octapole has yet to appear in a C1 soup.
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Re: Soup search results

The name of house on house siamese table-on-table weld hat-siamese-hat caught my eye. One of the C1 soups gave me a 9G synthesis of that, as well as 11G for the doubled version:
x = 105, y = 71, rule = B3/S23
37bo\$35b2o\$36b2o2\$93bo\$92bo\$92b3o\$86bo\$57bo28bobo\$58b2o26b2o\$57b2o13\$
20bobo54bobo\$20b2o55b2o\$21bo56bo3\$101bo\$99b5o\$98bo5bo\$99b2ob2o\$100bobo
\$100bobo\$42b2ob2o52b2ob2o\$42bo3bo52bo3bo\$43b3o54b3o2\$43b3o54b3o\$42bo3b
o52bo3bo\$42b2ob2o52b2ob2o\$16bo26bobo27bo26bobo\$13bo2bobo24bobo24bo2bob
o24bobo\$11bobo2b2o24b2ob2o21bobo2b2o24b2ob2o\$12b2o27bo5bo21b2o27bo5bo\$
42b5o52b5o\$44bo56bo8\$29bo56bo\$28b2o55b2o\$3o25bobo26b3o25bobo\$2bo56bo\$b
o56bo6\$2o55b2o\$b2o26b2o27b2o26b2o\$o28bobo25bo28bobo\$29bo56bo\$35b3o54b
3o\$35bo56bo\$36bo56bo!

The systematic name is so unwieldy that I'll name the 34-cell SL Liberty Bell and the 50-cell SL double Liberty Bell.
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