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What turmite runs the longest before becoming predictable?
When looking at 2D Turing machines, many of them eventually become predictable. For example, Langton's Ant, the champion 2-color 1-state turmite, develops a highway after 10,000 steps. Predictable ...
Feb 8 '13 at 18:58
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