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Evangelos Georgiadis


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Jason Cawley
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Um, those are the left-right, white-black, and both left-right and white-black transforms of 110. Not exactly an earth-shaking result.

ArrayPlot[CellularAutomaton[#, {{1}, 0}, 30]] & /@ {110, 124, 137, 193}

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It is useful to dot i's and cross t's in formal mathematical dialect. Everyone is aware of symmetries in ECAs from things like switching black and white and right and left. Since 110 is not symmetric, it being universal means its "family" of 4 ECAs is universal since they are basically the same rule. That part is not a significant extension, it is true but it is also obvious once one knows 110 is universal. That is all I meant.

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