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Gliders in Rule 110
Genaro Juares Martinez, Harold V. McIntosh and Juan Carlos Seck Tuoh Mora

The existence of several periodic structures (known as gliders) in the evolution space of the one-dimensional cellular automaton Rule 110, has important lines of investigation in cellular automata theory such as: complex behavior, universal computation and self-reproduction. We investigate the types of gliders, their properties and production through collisions in Rule 110 and their representation by tiles.

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