Beluchenko's p40

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Beluchenko's p40
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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 26
Bounding box 17×20
Period 40
Mod 40
Heat 25.6
Volatility 0.98
Strict volatility 0.98
Discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko
Year of discovery 2009

Beluchenko's p40 is a period 40 oscillator discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko on March 4, 2009.[1] In terms of its 26 cells, it is the smallest known period 40 oscillator. Blocks can be shared: the same block can be hassled with two copies of the oscillator at a displacement of half the period (or other nearby timings). The shared block is hassled with a displacement of one period.

References

  1. Jason Summers' all-osc oscillators collection

External links

  • 26P40.1 at Heinrich Koenig's Game of Life Object Catalogs