110P62

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110P62
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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 110
Bounding box 47×26
Period 62
Mod 62
Heat 127.35
Volatility 0.97
Strict volatility 0.01
Discovered by Noam Elkies
Year of discovery 2010

110P62 is the smallest known period-62 oscillator. It was discovered by Noam Elkies in 2010.[citation needed] It consists of two blinkers being hassled by two copies of Merzenich's p31.

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