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not notable: this is not the smallest p78 oscillator

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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 126
Bounding box 23×34
Period 78
Mod Unknown
Heat 55.51
Volatility 0.70
Strict volatility 0.004
Discovered by Unknown
Year of discovery Unknown

126P78.1[1] is a period-76 oscillator, but not the smallest known.[citation needed] It is composed of a p13 and a p6 and has one cell oscillating at the full period.


  1. http://pentadecathlon.com/objects/object-indexPage.php?objid=126P78.1&level=0

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