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'''122P23''' was the first {{period|23}} [[oscillator]] to be discovered. It was found by [[Luka Okanishi]] on November 24, {{year|2019}}.<ref name="post85719" /> It consists of two copies of an [[engine]], itself consisting of a [[B-heptomino]] being [[hassle]]d by two unusual [[catalyst]]s and a [[block]], supported by a known period-agnostic [[beehive]] [[shuttle]] mechanism (seen in, for example, an extension of the [[carnival shuttle]]). There are several [[isomer]]s known (including <i>trans-</i> versions and different phase offsets), with the one pictured having minimum [[population]] and [[bounding box]].
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'''122P23''' was the first {{period|23}} [[oscillator]] to be discovered. It was found by [[Luka Okanishi]] on November 24, {{year|2019}}.<ref name="post85719" /> It consists of two copies of an [[engine]], itself consisting of a [[B-heptomino]] being [[hassle]]d by two unusual [[catalyst]]s and a [[block]], supported by a known period-agnostic [[beehive]] [[shuttle]] mechanism (seen in, for example, an extension of the [[carnival shuttle]]). There are several [[isomer]]s known (including <i>trans-</i> versions and different phase offsets), with the one pictured having minimum [[population]] and [[bounding box]]. It is also called David Hilbert.<ref name="post85778" />
 
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Revision as of 13:47, 25 November 2019

122P23
122P23 image
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 122
Bounding box 33×26
Period 23
Mod 23
Heat 34.6
Volatility 0.71
Strict volatility 0.71
Discovered by Luka Okanishi
Year of discovery 2019
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122P23 was the first period-23 oscillator to be discovered. It was found by Luka Okanishi on November 24, 2019.[1] It consists of two copies of an engine, itself consisting of a B-heptomino being hassled by two unusual catalysts and a block, supported by a known period-agnostic beehive shuttle mechanism (seen in, for example, an extension of the carnival shuttle). There are several isomers known (including trans- versions and different phase offsets), with the one pictured having minimum population and bounding box. It is also called David Hilbert.[2]

References

  1. Luka Okanishi (November 24, 2019). Re: Oscillator Discussion Thread (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums
  2. Luka Okanishi (November 25, 2019). Re: Oscillator Discussion Thread (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums

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