trying simple fixed point iteration now, x <- mix(x, F(x-1`mod`n), g). g = 1/2 in my current test, convergence metric fluctuating around 0.005, want it to be around 1000x smaller to consider it ready....

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but these are solutions to the fixed point iteration, not necessarily solutions to the reaction-diffusion time crystal problem...

found a typo in my earlier jacobian code, no wonder it didn't work properly

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I fixed all the Jacobian issues I hope (there was some i,j vs j,i confusion as well as the U vs V typos...)

Now I'm redetecting the optimum loop period at every iteration in case it changes, a little slower but gives smoother loops it seems...

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The O(S^4) asymptotics are harsh.

I can run 8 copies at 64x64 without running out of memory, 4 copies at 80x80, and conjecture only 1 copy at 112x112.

If I used single precision floating point instead of double precision, or paged out half of the data (accessed infrequently) to disk, I would be able to run 1 copy at 134x134. But I don't know if there is a version of GSL that supports single precision.

If I did both, I could run 1 copy at 160x160, which is getting into the realm of interesting sizes...

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