Not looking like it, after checking through the new Herschel Conduits thread.dvgrn wrote: Speaking of which, do we happen to have a transparent HtoG yet that has a lucky early spark that can kill off an incoming glider at exactly the same lane and Tvalue as the output? Seems as if one will probably turn up eventually. This would allow a direct simple ETM (exacttiming merge, or OR circuit).
HtoG and HtoGn converter collection
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Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
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Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
I've updated this thread's first post with the latest uptodatest HtoG collection, based on one complete pass through the New Herschel Conduits thread. I haven't ventured back into Accidental Discoveries or anywhere else, and could well have made mistakes or omissions in building HtoGs out of HtoX and XtoG combinations.
I probably won't get back to this project again for a month or more, due to an upcoming move to Madison, Wisconsin... so if anyone wants to take over adding HtoGs, or making an automatic compiler for the HtoG stamp collection, now would be a fine time.
I'm hoping the scriptgenerated labels meet with everyone's approval, and that they can serve as standard names for the various HtoGs. I did include multiple versions of a number of converters, so if they each get their own file then presumably the name will become, e.g., SW2T21A, SW2T21B, C, D, etc.
I included a number of Hto2Gs and Hto3Gs, and one Hto4G, with multiline labels. These can all be easily converted to plain HtoGs, of course, but this way I can run through and pick out all the HtoG(n) tandem glider generators. I'll do a quick update of that collection in the next week or two.
The labelgeneration code is still hiding in Sokwe's update of chris_c's conduit compiler, so I'm terribly tempted to go through and add #N lines to all those RLE files, giving similar standard IDs for each of the elementary conduits. That would make it easy to refer to composite conduits and composite HtoGs by stringing together elementary labels.
I probably won't get back to this project again for a month or more, due to an upcoming move to Madison, Wisconsin... so if anyone wants to take over adding HtoGs, or making an automatic compiler for the HtoG stamp collection, now would be a fine time.
I'm hoping the scriptgenerated labels meet with everyone's approval, and that they can serve as standard names for the various HtoGs. I did include multiple versions of a number of converters, so if they each get their own file then presumably the name will become, e.g., SW2T21A, SW2T21B, C, D, etc.
I included a number of Hto2Gs and Hto3Gs, and one Hto4G, with multiline labels. These can all be easily converted to plain HtoGs, of course, but this way I can run through and pick out all the HtoG(n) tandem glider generators. I'll do a quick update of that collection in the next week or two.
The labelgeneration code is still hiding in Sokwe's update of chris_c's conduit compiler, so I'm terribly tempted to go through and add #N lines to all those RLE files, giving similar standard IDs for each of the elementary conduits. That would make it easy to refer to composite conduits and composite HtoGs by stringing together elementary labels.
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
Nice! I see all the recent H>Gs as well, many thx for your effort.
I was wondering maybe it's better to place eater in all the other output lanes, and place the same basic H>G converter in multiple spots.
We have H>G on NW36 which is also NW19 and NW53. Now if I go to NW53 I see totally different option.
I mean  probably if I would need some NW I will go over all the options, and see what fits, so It won't be hard to find, but it could be confusing.
Also many times I don't really care about the specific lane relative to H and more about the general direction. We still don't have spartan NE+SE. So just pairs of directons (16 in total), could be very beneficial addition.
Another point is differentiate spartan circuits or at least near spartan or say "light weigh" H>G from heavy weight. If we count non spartan by the SLs they require to generate (like eater2 is 6 SL), and say we want H>G under 10 SL. I mean some sort by weight will be also nice (If we had extra colors I would say green for light weight (up to 6 SLs), yellow for middle weight (714), and red for heavy weight (15+).
I was wondering maybe it's better to place eater in all the other output lanes, and place the same basic H>G converter in multiple spots.
We have H>G on NW36 which is also NW19 and NW53. Now if I go to NW53 I see totally different option.
I mean  probably if I would need some NW I will go over all the options, and see what fits, so It won't be hard to find, but it could be confusing.
Also many times I don't really care about the specific lane relative to H and more about the general direction. We still don't have spartan NE+SE. So just pairs of directons (16 in total), could be very beneficial addition.
Another point is differentiate spartan circuits or at least near spartan or say "light weigh" H>G from heavy weight. If we count non spartan by the SLs they require to generate (like eater2 is 6 SL), and say we want H>G under 10 SL. I mean some sort by weight will be also nice (If we had extra colors I would say green for light weight (up to 6 SLs), yellow for middle weight (714), and red for heavy weight (15+).
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
Yes, the current system isn't quite right. If we switch over at some point to a compiler script like the one for elementary conduits, and a folder full of separate RLE pattern, then it might make sense to always include separate patterns for, let's say, an Hto3G and each of the three individual HtoGs.simsim314 wrote:I was wondering maybe it's better to place eater in all the other output lanes, and place the same basic H>G converter in multiple spots.
We have H>G on NW36 which is also NW19 and NW53. Now if I go to NW53 I see totally different option.
That way whichever glider you're looking up, you know you have the option of two more glider outputs.
A separate pattern for each possible combination of two or three gliders seems like overkill, though  ten extra combinations for the Hto4G.
For both of these I'd suggest that it's worth getting the relevant statistics for all these HtoGs into a database of some sort  maybe just additional comments along with the name at the top of the RLE file?simsim314 wrote:Also many times I don't really care about the specific lane relative to H and more about the general direction. We still don't have spartan NE+SE. So just pairs of directons (16 in total), could be very beneficial addition... (If we had extra colors I would say green for light weight (up to 6 SLs), yellow for middle weight (714), and red for heavy weight (15+).
Then when the compiler script is building a stamp collection, it can offer a few sorting and filtering options. If you only want to see the Spartan HtoGs, or the ones with less than 40 ON cells, or the ones with recovery time below 128, then the resulting stamp collection won't include the slower/heavier/nonSpartan conduits. But you can recompile any time you want to see the other ones.
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
Great work with the update!dvgrn wrote:I've updated this thread's first post with the latest uptodatest HtoG collection [...]
I noticed two HtoGs I've posted recently were missing from the collection, so I've made a scan through the threads "HtoG and Hto2G converter collection" and "The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits" from the start of the threads up until today, and I found a few more that could possibly be added:
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91.2B94.2B13.12BA2BA5B58.8B.B2A6.A77.8B.B2A6.A119.2B$18.6B72.4B92.B
95.B15.11BABA5B2A56.9B2.B84.9B2.B128.B$16.2AB77.3B206.11BA6B2A55.4B.
4B87.4B.4B$15.A.AB77.2B208.18B55.4B4.B87.4B4.B$15.A80.B207.20B54.4B
92.4B$14.2A288.2A.9B2.2B58.3B93.3B123.A$305.A4.6B62.2B94.2B123.A.A$
302.3A7.3B63.B95.B124.BA2B2.2A$302.A7.5B285.2B3.2A$310.2A286.3B$311.A
273.A12.4B3.4A$308.3A274.3A10.5B.BA2.A$308.A279.A6.8B.B.2B$587.2A3.B.
8B2.3B$587.22B$589.20B$589.19B2A$588.20B2A$586.21B.B$584.23B$584.2BD
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582.10B8.A7.4B$581.4B16.3A5.4B$580.4B19.A6.4B$579.4B28.4B$579.2AB30.
4B$580.A32.4B$577.3A34.4B$577.A37.3B$616.2B$617.B!
1 posted by simsim314 here (number 6 from the left)
2 posted by simeks here
3 and 4 posted by chris_c here
5 and 6 posted by Sokwe here (Number 19 and 20 from the left)
7 posted by simeks here (the timing of the glider makes it easy to mistake for a variation of SE22T8, but it really is on a different lane: SE21T4)
Also, I noticed a few converters that's been put in the wrong place in the grid:
 SW4T376 is placed as SW4
 NW2T132 is placed as NW3
 SE43T320 is placed as SE42
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
Just to be clear, those were found by Guam a few years ago.simeks wrote:5 and 6 posted by Sokwe here
Matthias Merzenich
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
#5 and #6 I had skipped over because of the note about "can only follow F171". Thought I might add those along with a lot of other composite HtoHtoG, in a second stage of lanehunting.simeks wrote:I noticed two HtoGs I've posted recently were missing from the collection, so I've made a scan through the threads "HtoG and Hto2G converter collection" and "The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits" from the start of the threads up until today, and I found a few more that could possibly be added...dvgrn wrote:I've updated this thread's first post with the latest uptodatest HtoG collection [...]
Looking at it again, though, I notice that that HtoG can also accept a strange upsidedown R input, and we actually have a conduit with that output R:
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A$11.4B15.8B$10.4B15.9B$9.4B14.11B$8.4B15.10B$7.4B15.12B$6.4B15.14B$
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18.16B$2B18.16B$B18.20B$19.20B$20.20B$19.22B$17.24B$15.25B$15.2BD13B.
10B$14.3BDBD4B.7B2.2B4.2A$15.2B3D4B2.3B.B4.B4.A$14.5BD4B4.2B2A3.2A4.
3A$13.10B4.BA2.A4.A6.A$12.4B12.3A5.A.A$12.3B22.2A$10.4B14.3A$10.2A16.
A2.A$11.A18.2A$8.3A$8.A!
That would mean a horribly high repeat time, of course. I might remove those conduits again in the next (automated Pythonscript compiler) version of the collection. They would all seem a little more useful if a Herschel signal could be extracted after that transparent boat.
Fixed those  mostly they were artifacts of the SE/NW lane renumbering.simeks wrote:Also, I noticed a few converters that's been put in the wrong place in the grid...
Many thanks for the thorough review! The first post is updated again now. EDIT: And again, at the end of the day today, to go along with an update to the HtoG(n) collection. There were two downloads this morning, so if your copy doesn't say "PM", please download again...!
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
There's now a much more complete HtoGn stamp collection in the second post in this thread, as I mentioned yesterday.
The main new item is not really that exciting but I'm excited anyway: it's easy to make Spartan or almostSpartan adjustable gliderpair emitters for G10 and above, just by combining any H conduit that has a forward glider output with the appropriate small G4 or G5 converter plus a loaf2GtoG:
No doubt there are a lot more "fixed" HtoGn tandem glider generators out there, especially composite ones. I've been through and added to the stamp collection all the HtoGn converters that anyone has posted recently, along with all the ones that I found on a review of the new HtoG collection.
I can't remember offhand if there are any other Spartan conduits that put out a Herschel and a forward glider. I know one of Guam's conduits makes a nice forward glider, but there was something complicated about it... So next I think we really need a fresh Herschelconduit stamp collection, preferably one generated by a script similar to the one for elementary conduits.
It might make sense to start by autostampcollectifying the contents of the current Hersrch data folder. Unfortunately that has gotten way out of date all of a sudden. Maybe someone will finally get around to writing an HtoH recognizer script that can take an unknown new conduit as input, and automatically generate most of the statistics needed for Hersrch's data.ini... but if the someone has to be me, don't count on it being any time soon!
EDIT: Here's another way to get an adjustable G(n), with two possible timings for the second glider (thanks to semiSnark block positioning as usual). The Spartan version is a little sillylooking, but it could be a nice option for continuing a signal, especially if a B or R or H output could be found to replace the B > C > G converter part.
The main new item is not really that exciting but I'm excited anyway: it's easy to make Spartan or almostSpartan adjustable gliderpair emitters for G10 and above, just by combining any H conduit that has a forward glider output with the appropriate small G4 or G5 converter plus a loaf2GtoG:
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I can't remember offhand if there are any other Spartan conduits that put out a Herschel and a forward glider. I know one of Guam's conduits makes a nice forward glider, but there was something complicated about it... So next I think we really need a fresh Herschelconduit stamp collection, preferably one generated by a script similar to the one for elementary conduits.
It might make sense to start by autostampcollectifying the contents of the current Hersrch data folder. Unfortunately that has gotten way out of date all of a sudden. Maybe someone will finally get around to writing an HtoH recognizer script that can take an unknown new conduit as input, and automatically generate most of the statistics needed for Hersrch's data.ini... but if the someone has to be me, don't count on it being any time soon!
EDIT: Here's another way to get an adjustable G(n), with two possible timings for the second glider (thanks to semiSnark block positioning as usual). The Spartan version is a little sillylooking, but it could be a nice option for continuing a signal, especially if a B or R or H output could be found to replace the B > C > G converter part.
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x = 321, y = 96, rule = LifeHistory
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4B6.4B11.4B.19B3.B2AB3.6B.4B16.4B6.4B11.4B.19B3.B2AB3.6B.4B16.4B$24.
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4B19.10B21.8B4.4B6.4B6.4B$23.8B6.4B4.4B6.4B53.8B6.4B4.4B6.4B21.8B21.
8B6.4B4.4B6.4B21.8B21.8B6.4B4.4B6.4B$23.9B6.4B2.4B6.4B54.9B6.4B2.4B6.
4B24.5B22.9B6.4B2.4B6.4B24.5B22.9B6.4B2.4B6.4B$23.9B7.8B6.4B55.9B7.8B
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2.13B12.A.5B44.8B2.13B12.A.5B$12.20B12.A.A3.4B47.20B12.A.A3.4B44.20B
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Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
Here's one. Quite comptact but not spartan.dvgrn wrote: Technically we're already only missing G1, thanks to several adjustable families of G(N+2k) converters that I put together today. Somebody must have come up with a HtoG1 converter by now, no?
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x = 58, y = 83, rule = LifeHistory
12.3D2.D3.D9.D3.5D3.D3.5D.5D$11.D3.D.D3.D8.2D5.D4.2D7.D5.D$11.D5.D3.D
9.D5.D5.D6.D5.D$12.3D2.D.D.D.5D3.D5.D5.D5.D5.D$15.D.D.D.D9.D5.D5.D4.D
5.D$11.D3.D.2D.2D9.D5.D5.D3.D5.D$12.3D2.D3.D8.3D4.D4.3D2.D5.D4$12.3D
2.D3.D8.3D2.5D2.3D4.D$11.D3.D.D3.D7.D3.D3.D3.D3.D2.2D$11.D5.D3.D11.D
3.D7.D3.D$12.3D2.D.D.D.5D4.D4.D6.D4.D$15.D.D.D.D9.D5.D5.D5.D$11.D3.D.
2D.2D8.D6.D4.D6.D$12.3D2.D3.D7.5D3.D3.5D2.3D27$30.2A$21.2A7.A.A.2A$
20.B2AB8.A.A$21.3B6.B2A.A$18.2B2.B2.2B2.4B.2A$15.18B.A2.A$14.20B2.2A$
14.20B$14.18B$12.2AB.18B$11.A.AB4.11B2.2A$11.A8.9B3.A$10.2A6.10B5.3A$
17.11B7.A$17.11B$8.2A7.10B$9.A8.10B6.2A$9.A.AB6.11B5.A$10.2AB.3B.11B
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4B.13B2A$8.2B3C4B2.12B2A$7.5BC4B2.11B.B$6.10B3.9B$5.5B9.6B.B$4.5B11.
5B$3.5B12.4B$2.5B14.5B$.5B18.2A$5B19.A$4B21.3A$3B24.A$2B$B!
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
nonspartan HtoG2:
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x = 58, y = 82, rule = LifeHistory
12.3D2.D3.D10.D2.5D2.3D3.3D2.5D$11.D3.D.D3.D9.2D4.D3.D3.D.D3.D5.D$11.
D5.D3.D8.D.D4.D7.D5.D4.D$12.3D2.D.D.D.5D.D2.D4.D6.D4.2D4.D$15.D.D.D.D
7.5D3.D5.D7.D2.D$11.D3.D.2D.2D10.D4.D4.D4.D3.D.D$12.3D2.D3.D10.D4.D3.
5D2.3D2.D4$12.3D2.D3.D8.3D2.5D2.3D4.D$11.D3.D.D3.D7.D3.D3.D3.D3.D2.2D
$11.D5.D3.D11.D3.D7.D3.D$12.3D2.D.D.D.5D4.D4.D6.D4.D$15.D.D.D.D9.D5.D
5.D5.D$11.D3.D.2D.2D8.D6.D4.D6.D$12.3D2.D3.D7.5D3.D3.5D2.3D18$28.B$
27.3B$26.5B$26.7B$16.A9.8B$16.3A6.9B$19.A3.11B$18.2A2.13B$18.18B$20.
16B$19.16B$19.16B$18.16B4.2A$17.18B.B2.A$17.19B3A$17.17B.BA$17.13B7.
2A$17.12B9.A$17.13B8.A.A$17.12B10.2A$17.10B$17.10B$16.10B$16.10B$8.2A
6.10B4.2A$9.A7.9B.BA2.A$9.A.AB3.10B.B3A$10.2AB.14B3.3A$12.16B2A.A2.A$
12.15B2.A.A.A$12.14B3.A.A.2A$11.15B.B2A.A2.A$10.18B3.3A$8.18B.B3A$8.
2BC15B.BA2.A$7.3BCBC4B.8B4.2A$6.4B3C4B2.7B$5.7BC4B2.7B$4.12B3.7B$3.6B
11.7B$2.6B12.7B$.6B13.6B$6B15.5B$5B14.6B$4B15.6B$3B16.4B$2B17.2B2AB$B
20.2A!
Best wishes to you, Scorbie
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
I'll add that to the HtoG and HtoGn collections. It's yet another new timing of ambidextrous Herschel transmitter, and even pretty close to Spartan if you replace the big catalyst with a couple of blocks.Scorbie wrote:nonspartan HtoG2...
The eatertieeater catalyst is conveniently far away from everything else; not sure if we have good slow recipes for all orientations of it yet, but I seem to remember at least some good recipes have been found that would work here. (?)
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
I found a smaller and faster HtoG1. Not spartan, but here's a link to that stilllife in Catagolue:chris_c wrote:Here's one. Quite comptact but not spartan.dvgrn wrote: Technically we're already only missing G1, thanks to several adjustable families of G(N+2k) converters that I put together today. Somebody must have come up with a HtoG1 converter by now, no?
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x = 26, y = 28, rule = LifeHistory
7.2C$8.C$8.C.C$9.2C3$2C$.C$.C.C18.2C$2.2C17.C2.C$22.3C2$21.C.2C$21.2C
2.C$24.2C2$2.E$2.E.E$2.3E$4.E5$16.2C$16.C$17.3C$19.C!
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x = 94, y = 35, rule = LifeHistory
22.C$21.C.C$21.C.C68.2C$4.C15.2C.3C65.C.C$3.C.C20.C64.C$3.C.C14.2C.3C
64.2C$.3C.2C13.2C.C65.C$C89.2C$.3C.2C84.C$3.C.2C83.C$67.2C22.3C$68.C
24.C$25.2C41.C.C$24.C2.C41.2C$25.3C2$24.C.2C$24.2C2.C$27.2C61.C$89.C.
C$5.E63.E20.C$5.E.E61.E.E$5.3E61.3E$7.E63.E5$19.2C$19.C$20.3C$22.C55.
2C$79.C$76.3C$76.C!
 gmc_nxtman
 Posts: 1147
 Joined: May 26th, 2015, 7:20 pm
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
I need an HtoG converter that produces its glider just below the FNG, like so:
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x = 5, y = 12, rule = B3/S23
o$o$3o$2bo6$3bo$2bo$2b3o!
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
The most recently updated HtoG collection is here.gmc_nxtman wrote:I need an HtoG converter that produces its glider just below the FNG, like so:
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x = 5, y = 12, rule = B3/S23 o$o$3o$2bo6$3bo$2bo$2b3o!
The glider you wanted is a southwest on lane 10. There are a few listed in the collection, this is the smallest:
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x = 23, y = 26, rule = LifeHistory
20.A$18.3A$2A15.A$.A15.2A$.A.AB9.5B$2.2AB.3B4.4B$4.7B.7B$4.16B.B$5.
16B2A$4.15B.B2A$2.18B.B$19B$2BE15B$2BEBE4B.7B$2B3E4B2.6B2.B$4BE4B2.6B
.B2A$8B2.9B2A$B8.8B2.B$8.10B$7.4B.6B2A$6.4B3.5BA.A$5.4B2.4B5.A$4.4B3.
2A7.2A$3.4B5.A$2.4B3.3A$.4B4.A!
 gmc_nxtman
 Posts: 1147
 Joined: May 26th, 2015, 7:20 pm
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
Ah, thanks Can you tell me how the glider numbering system works? (I get G0/G1 means gliders seperated by 0 or 1 lanes but not "lane 10" "lane 21" etc.)simeks wrote:The most recently updated HtoG collection is here.gmc_nxtman wrote:I need an HtoG converter that produces its glider just below the FNG, like so:
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x = 5, y = 12, rule = B3/S23 o$o$3o$2bo6$3bo$2bo$2b3o!
The glider you wanted is a southwest on lane 10. There are a few listed in the collection, this is the smallest:
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x = 23, y = 26, rule = LifeHistory 20.A$18.3A$2A15.A$.A15.2A$.A.AB9.5B$2.2AB.3B4.4B$4.7B.7B$4.16B.B$5. 16B2A$4.15B.B2A$2.18B.B$19B$2BE15B$2BEBE4B.7B$2B3E4B2.6B2.B$4BE4B2.6B .B2A$8B2.9B2A$B8.8B2.B$8.10B$7.4B.6B2A$6.4B3.5BA.A$5.4B2.4B5.A$4.4B3. 2A7.2A$3.4B5.A$2.4B3.3A$.4B4.A!
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
Read the post linked above  it's all in there. Maybe I should have made it clearer that the center cell of the Herschel, the one with five neighbors, is considered to be at (0,0).gmc_nxtman wrote:Ah, thanks Can you tell me how the glider numbering system works? (I get G0/G1 means gliders seperated by 0 or 1 lanes but not "lane 10" "lane 21" etc.)simeks wrote:The most recently updated HtoG collection is here.
If a canonicalphase glider is centered on the cell (N, 0) then it's on Lane N  that is, if you run a laneN glider forwards or backwards in time, there should be a pont where the canonical orientation of the glider is centered around (N,0). This is slightly different from the old NW and SE lane numbers from the 2006 collection, but the same for the old NE and SW lanes.
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
Indeed, as dvgrn wrote above, the lane numbers describe how the path of the glider is positioned in relation to the Herschel that generated it, like this:
Also, let's not forget about the great script (HtoGstats27May2015.py) dvgrn wrote for finding out the lane numbers and timing of any HtoG. It's in the same post as the HtoG collection. Just select an area containing the HtoG and run the script.
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x = 168, y = 87, rule = LifeHistory
73.2A3.2A41.2A3.2A$72.A2.A.A2.A39.A2.A.A2.A$74.A2.A2.A35.3A3.A2.A2.A$
73.A3.A2.A40.A3.A2.A$72.4A2.2A40.4A2.2A2$68.A3.2A53.A3.2A$67.2A2.A2.A
9.3A23.3A13.2A2.A2.A$28.3A.6A.3A26.A2.A2.A9.A3B21.3BA9.3A2.A2.A2.A21.
3A.9A$29.2A2.A2.A3.A27.A2.A2.A10.A2BA19.A2BA15.A2.A2.A22.2A2.A2.A3.A$
29.2A2.A2.A3.A26.3A2.2A12.4B17.4B15.3A2.2A23.2A2.A2.A.A$29.A.A.A2.A.A
.A46.A2BA15.A2BA46.A.A.A2.3A$29.A.A.A2.A.A.A25.2A11.3A6.4B13.4B6.3A
11.2A25.A.A.A2.A.A$29.A.A.A2.A.A.A24.A2.A10.A3B6.A2BA11.A2BA6.3BA10.A
2.A24.A.A.A2.A$29.A2.2A2.A.A.A24.A2.A11.A2BA6.4B9.4B6.A2BA11.A2.A24.A
2.2A2.A3.A$28.3A.2A3.A.A25.A2.A12.4B6.A2BA7.A2BA6.4B12.A2.A23.3A.2A.
6A$66.2A14.A2BA6.4B5.4B6.A2BA14.2A$74.3A6.4B6.A2BA3.A2BA6.4B6.3A$56.A
3.2A12.A3B6.A2BA6.3B2.4B6.A2BA6.3BA12.A3.2A$55.2A2.A2.A12.A2BA6.4B6.A
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A2.A$56.A2.A2.A14.A2BA6.4B15.4B6.A2BA15.A2.A2.A$55.3A2.2A7.3A6.4B6.A
2BA13.A2BA6.4B6.3A6.3A2.2A$69.A3B6.A2BA6.4B11.4B6.A2BA6.3BA$49.2A3.2A
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2BA6.4B17.4B6.A2BA6.4B$67.A2BA6.4B6.A2BA15.A2BA6.4B6.A2BA$68.4B6.A2BA
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9.4B8.BA6.4B$71.A2BA16.A2BA7.A2BA16.A2BA$72.4B16.4B5.4B16.4B$73.A2BA
16.AB7.BA16.A2BA$74.4B41.4B$75.AB20.E22.BA$97.E.E20.B$97.3E$99.E$75.A
B43.BA$74.4B41.4B$73.A2BA16.AB7.BA16.A2BA$72.4B16.4B5.4B16.4B$71.A2BA
16.A2BA7.A2BA16.A2BA$70.4B6.AB8.4B9.4B8.BA6.4B$69.A2BA6.4B6.A2BA11.A
2BA6.4B6.A2BA$68.4B6.A2BA6.4B13.4B6.A2BA6.4B$67.A2BA6.4B6.A2BA15.A2BA
6.4B6.A2BA$66.4B6.A2BA6.4B17.4B6.A2BA6.4B$65.A2BA6.4B6.A2BA19.A2BA6.
4B6.A2BA$49.2A3.2A8.A3B6.A2BA6.4B21.4B6.A2BA6.3BA8.2A3.2A$48.A2.A.A2.
A7.3A6.4B6.A2BA23.A2BA6.4B6.3A7.A2.A.A2.A$44.3A3.A2.A2.A15.A2BA6.4B
25.4B6.A2BA17.A2.A2.A$49.A3.A2.A14.4B6.A2BA27.A2BA6.4B15.A3.A2.A$48.
4A2.2A14.A2BA6.4B6.AB13.BA6.4B6.A2BA13.4A2.2A$69.A3B6.A2BA6.4B11.4B6.
A2BA6.3BA$56.A3.2A7.3A6.4B6.A2BA13.A2BA6.4B6.3A7.A3.2A$55.2A2.A2.A14.
A2BA6.4B15.4B6.A2BA14.2A2.A2.A$51.3A2.A2.A2.A13.4B6.A2BA17.A2BA6.4B
14.A2.A2.A$56.A2.A2.A12.A2BA6.4B6.AB3.BA6.4B6.A2BA13.A2.A2.A$55.3A2.
2A12.A3B6.A2BA6.4B.4B6.A2BA6.3BA11.3A2.2A$74.3A6.4B6.A2BA3.A2BA6.4B6.
3A$66.2A14.A2BA6.4B5.4B6.A2BA14.2A$30.4A.3A.3A23.A2.A12.4B6.A2BA7.A2B
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.A$30.3A3.A.A.A25.2A11.3A6.4B13.4B6.3A11.2A26.3A3.3A$33.A2.A.A.A46.A
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A28.A2.A2.A9.A3B21.3BA9.3A2.A2.A2.A22.4A2.6A$68.A2.A2.A9.3A23.3A14.A
2.A2.A$67.3A2.2A52.3A2.2A2$73.2A3.2A41.2A3.2A$6A.3A.3A2.4A17.3A32.A2.
A.A2.A39.A2.A.A2.A$.A3.A2.2A2.A2.A3.A16.A3.A33.A2.A2.A35.3A3.A2.A2.A$
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2.A3.A16.A$3A4.3A.2A3.3A17.5A!
 gmc_nxtman
 Posts: 1147
 Joined: May 26th, 2015, 7:20 pm
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
Is there not a SW11?
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x = 16, y = 15, rule = B3/S23
2$2bo$2bobo$2b3o$4bo2$8bo$7bo$7b3o!
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
There's no known onepiece SW11. But of course you can string together syringes and Snarks and such to get an SW11, or any lane you want:gmc_nxtman wrote:Is there not a SW11?
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x = 66, y = 76, rule = LifeHistory
11.3D2.D3.D3.D5.D3.5D2.3D5.D3.3D$10.D3.D.D3.D2.2D4.2D5.D3.D3.D3.2D2.D
3.D$10.D5.D3.D3.D5.D5.D7.D2.D.D2.D3.D$11.3D2.D.D.D3.D5.D5.D6.D2.D2.D
3.3D$14.D.D.D.D3.D5.D5.D5.D3.5D.D3.D$10.D3.D.2D.2D3.D5.D5.D4.D7.D2.D
3.D$11.3D2.D3.D2.3D3.3D4.D3.5D4.D3.3D8$30.A$30.3A$21.A11.A$21.3A8.2A
5.4B$24.A7.11B$23.2A3.B5.11B$23.8B2.11B2A$25.19B2A$25.20B$24.20B$22.
21B13.A$20.24B10.3A$20.2BC14B4.4B8.A$19.3BCBC4B.6B6.4B7.2A$20.2B3C4B
2.B.5B5.4B3.5B$19.5BC4B7.2A6.4B2.3B$18.10B8.A8.9B7.2A$17.4B16.3A6.8B
8.A$17.3B19.A7.10B3.B.A.2A$15.4B28.7B2A2B.B3A2.A$15.2A30.7B2A3BAB2.2A
$16.A30.12B4A$13.3A29.2AB.7B3.2B.A$13.A30.A.AB.7B2.B3A$17.2A25.A5.4B
4.A$16.A.A24.2A5.4B5.5A$10.2A4.A32.4B10.A$8.A2.A2.2A.4A27.4B9.A$8.2A.
A.A.A.A2.A26.4B10.2A$11.A.ABABAB27.4B$11.A.AB2AB27.4B$12.AB.2B27.4B$
15.3B25.4B$15.4B6.2A15.4B$13.3B2AB6.A15.4B$13.3B2AB3.BA.A14.4B$11.10B
.B2A14.4B$10.13B15.4B$9.14B14.4B$8.15B2.A10.4B$7.4B2.8B4.3A7.4B$6.4B
5.6B7.A5.4B$5.4B4.9B5.2A4.4B$4.4B5.2A4.4B4.9B$3.4B7.A5.4B5.6B$2.4B5.
3A7.4B2.8B$.4B6.A10.15B$4B19.14B$3B21.13B$2B23.10B.B2A$B26.3B2AB3.BA.
A$27.3B2AB6.A$29.4B6.2A$29.3B$26.AB.2B$25.A.AB2AB$25.A.ABABAB$22.2A.A
.A.A.A2.A$22.A2.A2.2A.4A$24.2A4.A$30.A.A$31.2A!
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
This may not be a particularly useful idea, but I've gotten to the point of wanting to create standard names for the Bheptominotoglider converters in the elementaryconduits collection.
Does it make sense to simply pick a center cell for the Bheptomino, and define output lanes relative to that cell, along the same lines as the HtoGs? Nice diagram shamelessly borrowed from simeks:
Or is there some cleverer way of assigning lane numbers that helps the math come out better? Let's say this would be for when we get to the point of writing a search utility to find candidate strings of elementary conduits that put out a glider at a specific spacetime location  no point in making an arbitrary choice now that will cause big headaches later.
However, I think that all that's needed is to define a center cell for each object. The choice of center is somewhat arbitrary  it just needs to be consistent, so that (X,Y) offsets can be clearly defined between object types.
Seemed as if the most memorizable location for the wing, century, pi, and glider centers is an OFF cell rather than an ON cell, but that shouldn't matter to a search utility (?). If anyone has strong arguments to make in favor of alternate center locations, now would be a good time.
Does it make sense to simply pick a center cell for the Bheptomino, and define output lanes relative to that cell, along the same lines as the HtoGs? Nice diagram shamelessly borrowed from simeks:
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x = 140, y = 87, rule = LifeHistory
45.2D3.2D41.2D3.2D$44.D2.D.D2.D39.D2.D.D2.D$46.D2.D2.D35.3D3.D2.D2.D$
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9D$.2D2.D2.D3.D27.D2.D2.D10.A2BA19.A2BA15.D2.D2.D22.2D2.D2.D3.D$.2D2.
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3.D.D25.D2.D12.4B6.A2BA7.A2BA6.4B12.D2.D23.3D.2D.6D$38.2D14.A2BA6.4B
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A2BA6.4B15.4B6.A2BA15.D2.D2.D$27.3D2.2D7.3A6.4B6.A2BA13.A2BA6.4B6.3A
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4B.4B6.A2BA6.3BA11.3D2.2D$46.3A6.4B6.A2BA3.A2BA6.4B6.3A$38.2D14.A2BA
6.4B5.4B6.A2BA14.2D$2.4D.3D.3D23.D2.D12.4B6.A2BA7.A2BA6.4B12.D2.D25.
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However, I think that all that's needed is to define a center cell for each object. The choice of center is somewhat arbitrary  it just needs to be consistent, so that (X,Y) offsets can be clearly defined between object types.
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Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
I think that G and C are best centered at
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Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
This might be a distinction without a difference, except that it would change the naming of all CtoX and XtoC objects by +1 and 1, respectively. And the names of all the HtoGs already collected would also probably have to change by 1 also.NoLongerBreathedIn wrote:I think that G and C are best centered at [same location but T1 phase]
Given that the current "canonical" phase and form of the C is already built into eighteen conduits in the current elementaryconduits collection, and that phase of the glider is implied by many dozens of converter names in the HtoG and HtoGn collections, I'm inclined to not change to a different phase just for the fun of it. I'd certainly be glad if anyone else wanted to make those changes and take over the maintenance of those three collections... but I'm very unlikely to make a change like that for the next release.
The center locations are not set in stone at all, since there are no databases yet that assume one center or another  but luckily the suggested centers are the same as the ones I posted.
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
From all my furious working with the Pi heptomino, I'd consider its center to be shifted one cell to the right in the diagram. Everything else looks good.
Tanner Jacobi
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
It's certainly not too late yet to move that center point. So far the place where this choice will matter the most is in assigning canonical names to the pitoglider converters in the elementaryconduits collection. Shifting the center to the right will shift the reported output lanes, which look like this at the moment:Kazyan wrote:From all my furious working with the Pi heptomino, I'd consider its center to be shifted one cell to the right in the diagram. Everything else looks good.
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Are there more votes for moving that center? The cell one cell to the right is certainly the center of the T+1, T+2, and T+3 stages of the pi heptomino. However, "pi heptomino" is named for the T=0 stage, and that's the marker pattern that's currently shown in all the pitoX and Xtopi elementary conduits.
I'd rather not go through and edit all those files to change the pi's reference pattern: seems to me that if I did that, somebody else would probably complain that it was better the way it was. Is there really any downside to just keeping the current center?
Re: HtoG and Hto2G converter collection
I've updated H>Gn stamp collection (but without the labels  I placed arrow instead). Four conduits were missing:
1. H>G1 from simeks
2. H>G2 Scorbie (trivial simplification by myself)
3. H>G6 (from main conduit collection)
4. H>G8 (from main conduit collection)
1. H>G1 from simeks
2. H>G2 Scorbie (trivial simplification by myself)
3. H>G6 (from main conduit collection)
4. H>G8 (from main conduit collection)
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