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Tlog(log(t)) growth is a pattern discovered by Alexey Nigin on May 27th, 2015 that exhibits O(t log(log(t))) population growth. It consists of a caber tosser feeding its output into a binary counter track produced by a puffer; every time a new stage is reached a new block laying switch engine is produced.
Tlog(log(t)) growth at generation ~3×10126, viewed at scale 2412:1.
Center of Tlog(log(t)) growth at generation ~3×10126, viewed at scale 8:1; seven switch engines are active.
Tlog(log(t)) growth viewed at scale 1:1.
- ↑ Alexey Nigin (May 27, 2015). "Re: t log log t? (Complete!)". ConwayLife.com forums.