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The '''MIT group''' is a group of people at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who studied [[Conway's Game of Life]] in the early 1970s. Members of the group include Robert April, [[Michael Beeler]], [[Bill Gosper]], Richard Howell, Rici Liknaitzky, Bill Mann, [[Rich Schroeppel]], and Michael Speciner.
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The '''MIT group''' was a group of people at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who studied [[Conway's Game of Life]] in the early 1970s. Members of the group included Robert April, [[Michael Beeler]], [[Bill Gosper]], Richard Howell, Rici Liknaitzky, Bill Mann, [[Rich Schroeppel]], and Michael Speciner.
  
 
==Patterns found by the MIT group==
 
==Patterns found by the MIT group==

Latest revision as of 21:54, 23 August 2019

The MIT group was a group of people at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who studied Conway's Game of Life in the early 1970s. Members of the group included Robert April, Michael Beeler, Bill Gosper, Richard Howell, Rici Liknaitzky, Bill Mann, Rich Schroeppel, and Michael Speciner.

Patterns found by the MIT group

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