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'''Fumarole on Rich's p16''' is a [[period]] [[:Category:oscillators with period 8080]] [[oscillator]] that is composed of a [[fumarole]] and [[Rich's p16]]. Although it is composed of two oscillators of smaller periods ([[:Category:oscillators with period 55]] and [[:Category:oscillators with period 1616]] respectively), it is considered nontrivial because it contains a single [[cell]] that is alive in one [[generation]] and dead in the other 79 [[phase]]s of the oscillator. In terms of its [[:Category:patterns with 52 cells52]] cells, it is the smallest known nontrivial period 80 oscillator.  '''Fumarole on Rich's p16''' is a [[period]] [[:Category:oscillators with period 8080]] [[oscillator]] that is composed of a [[fumarole]] and [[Rich's p16]]. Although it is composed of two oscillators of smaller periods ([[:Category:oscillators with period 55]] and [[:Category:oscillators with period 1616]] respectively), it is considered nontrivial because it contains a single [[cell]] that is alive in one [[generation]] and dead in the other 79 [[phase]]s of the oscillator. In terms of its [[:Category:patterns with 52 cells52]] cells, it is the smallest known nontrivial period 80 oscillator.  
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+  ==See Also==  
+  *[[Fumarole]]  
+  *[[Rich’s p16]]  
==External links==  ==External links==  
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Revision as of 15:18, 10 March 2019
Fumarole on Rich's p16  
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Pattern type  Oscillator  

Number of cells  52  
Bounding box  13×20  
Period  80  
Mod  80  
Heat  41.3  
Volatility  0.92  
Strict volatility  0.01  
Discovered by  Unknown  
Year of discovery  Unknown  
 
 

Fumarole on Rich's p16 is a period 80 oscillator that is composed of a fumarole and Rich's p16. Although it is composed of two oscillators of smaller periods (5 and 16 respectively), it is considered nontrivial because it contains a single cell that is alive in one generation and dead in the other 79 phases of the oscillator. In terms of its 52 cells, it is the smallest known nontrivial period 80 oscillator.