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'''Beluchenko's p37''' is a [[period]] [[:Category:Oscillators with period 37|37]] [[oscillator]] consisting of 4 loafs and 8 blocks hassling 8 [[R-pentomino]]es. It was the first period 37 oscillator to be found, and was discovered by [[Nicolay Beluchenko]] on April 14, [[:Category:Patterns found in 2009|2009]].<ref>{{citeSummersPattern|name=all-osc|accessdate=December 15, 2009}}</ref> It was the only known unique period 37 oscillator until the discovery of [[132P37]] in March [[:Category:patterns found in 2010|2010]]. In terms of its [[:Category:patterns with 124 cells|124]] [[cell]]s, it currently smallest known period 37 oscillator. [[Adam P. Goucher]] noticed that two of these oscillators could interact non-trivially by hassling a [[beehive]] and a [[block]].
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'''Beluchenko's p37''' is a [[period]] [[:Category:Oscillators with period 37|37]] [[oscillator]] consisting of 4 [[loaf|loaves]] and 8 blocks hassling 8 [[R-pentomino]]es. It was the first period 37 oscillator to be found, and was discovered by [[Nicolay Beluchenko]] on April 14, [[:Category:Patterns found in 2009|2009]].<ref>{{citeSummersPattern|name=all-osc|accessdate=December 15, 2009}}</ref> It was the only known unique period 37 oscillator until the discovery of [[132P37]] in March [[:Category:patterns found in 2010|2010]]. In terms of its [[:Category:patterns with 124 cells|124]] [[cell]]s, it currently smallest known period 37 oscillator. [[Adam P. Goucher]] noticed that two of these oscillators could interact non-trivially by hassling a [[beehive]] and a [[block]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:50, 4 July 2019

Beluchenko's p37
#N 124P37 #O Nicolay Beluchenko #C The first period 37 oscillator to be found. Discovered in April 2009. #C www.conwaylife.com/wiki/index.php?title=124P37 x = 37, y = 37, rule = 23/3 11b2o11b2o11b$11b2o11b2o11b3$6bo23bo6b$5bobo5bo9bo5bobo5b$4bo2bo5bob2o 3b2obo5bo2bo4b$5b2o10bobo10b2o5b$15bobobobo15b$16bo3bo16b2$2o33b2o$2o 33b2o$5b2o23b2o5b2$6bobo19bobo6b$6bo2bo17bo2bo6b$7b2o19b2o7b2$7b2o19b 2o7b$6bo2bo17bo2bo6b$6bobo19bobo6b2$5b2o23b2o5b$2o33b2o$2o33b2o2$16bo 3bo16b$15bobobobo15b$5b2o10bobo10b2o5b$4bo2bo5bob2o3b2obo5bo2bo4b$5bob o5bo9bo5bobo5b$6bo23bo6b3$11b2o11b2o11b$11b2o11b2o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ LOOP 37 GPS 18 THUMBSIZE 2 ZOOM 10 HEIGHT 480 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 124
Bounding box 37×37
Period 37
Mod 37
Heat 94.3
Volatility 0.94
Strict volatility 0.94
Discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko
Year of discovery 2009

Beluchenko's p37 is a period 37 oscillator consisting of 4 loaves and 8 blocks hassling 8 R-pentominoes. It was the first period 37 oscillator to be found, and was discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko on April 14, 2009.[1] It was the only known unique period 37 oscillator until the discovery of 132P37 in March 2010. In terms of its 124 cells, it currently smallest known period 37 oscillator. Adam P. Goucher noticed that two of these oscillators could interact non-trivially by hassling a beehive and a block.

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Two copies of 124P37 hassling a beehive and a block
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Also see

References

  1. Jason Summers' all-osc pattern collection. Retrieved on December 15, 2009.

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