Life implementations of a Turing Machine
Peter.Crowther at melandra.com
Fri Dec 1 10:35:49 UTC 2000
> From: Mike Rutenberg [mailto:mdr at scn.org]
> Subject: Life implementations of a Turing Machine
> It might be slow, but it would be unique!
11,040 generations per Turing machine step, and regenerating delay-line
memory bits. Yes, it would be slow --- but it's a beautiful thing to watch
if you can find a monitor large enough. My 1280x1024 shows about two thirds
of the pattern. Gives a whole new meaning to being able to see inside the
Given the Life terminology with patterns like 'Queen bee', would altering
the VM on this be debugging, bugging or re-bugging?
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