Logarithmic growth

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Logarithmic growth refers to a pattern whose population or bounding box grows no faster than logarithmically, asymptotic to n·log(t) for some constant n. The first such pattern constructed was the caber tosser whose population is logarithmic, but whose bounding box still grows linearly. The first pattern[which?] whose bounding box and population both grow logarithmically was constructed by Jason Summers with Gabriel Nivasch in 2003.

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