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'''Unix on Rich's p16''' is a {{period|48}} [[oscillator]] that is composed of a [[unix]] and [[Rich's p16]]. Although it is composed of two oscillators of smaller periods ({{period|6|brief}} and {{period|16|brief}} respectively), it is considered non-trivial because it contains a single [[cell]] that is alive in one [[generation]] and dead in the other 47 [[phase]]s of the oscillator. In terms of its {{cells|52}} cells, it is the smallest known non-trivial period 48 oscillator.
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'''Unix on Rich's p16''' is a {{period|48}} [[oscillator]] that is composed of a [[unix]] and [[Rich's p16]]. Although it is composed of two oscillators of smaller periods ({{period|6|brief}} and {{period|16|brief}} respectively), it is considered non-trivial because it contains a single [[cell]] that is alive in one [[generation]] and dead in the other 47 [[phase]]s of the oscillator. In terms of its {{cells|52}} cells, it was the smallest known non-trivial period 48 oscillator until the discovery of [[Unix on Rob's p16]] in {{year|2020}}.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:06, 11 February 2020

Unix on Rich's p16
x = 23, y = 17, rule = B3/S23 14bo3bo$13bobobobo$14b2ob2o2$11bo9bo$10bobo7bobo$10bo3b2ob2o3bo$11bo3b obo3bo$12b2obobob2o$5b2o7bo3bo$5b2o3$5b3o$2o2bob2o$2o2b2o$4b2o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ LOOP 96 THUMBSIZE 3 GPS 4 ZOOM 16 HEIGHT 640 WIDTH 640 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 52
Bounding box 23×17
Period 48
Mod 48
Heat 39.9
Volatility 0.94
Strict volatility 0.01
Discovered by Unknown
Year of discovery Unknown

Unix on Rich's p16 is a period-48 oscillator that is composed of a unix and Rich's p16. Although it is composed of two oscillators of smaller periods (6 and 16 respectively), it is considered non-trivial because it contains a single cell that is alive in one generation and dead in the other 47 phases of the oscillator. In terms of its 52 cells, it was the smallest known non-trivial period 48 oscillator until the discovery of Unix on Rob's p16 in 2020.

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