# Trivial

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An period-*n* oscillator is considered **trivial** if none of its cells oscillate at the full period, i.e. period *n*. By definition, an oscillator is trivial if and only if its strict volatility is precisely 0.

Trivial oscillators are not generally considered interesting, except insofar as that no non-trivial examples of period-34 oscillators in Life are known.

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## External links

- Trivial at the Life Lexicon