[seqfan] Re: This is a Penrose tiling?
njasloane at gmail.com
Tue Jan 7 18:19:09 CET 2020
Brad, you said: "I reproduced the correct definition in Mma code, but did
to crank out more of the terms:"
Maybe you could generate 1000 terms and send them to me, if you don't know
how to extend the sequence in the OEIS entry?
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On Tue, Jan 7, 2020 at 3:35 AM jean-paul allouche <
jean-paul.allouche at imj-prg.fr> wrote:
> Dear all
> The paper can be accessed, illegally though.
> It happens that I have a copy which I can send
> privately. I also have the 2015 paper of the same
> authors cited in the 2018 one. To me this is not "the"
> Penrose tiling but "a" Penrose tiling. (of course
> depending of what the definition of a Penrose
> tiling is or should be).
> best wishes
> Le 07/01/2020 à 00:21, Brad Klee a écrit :
> > https://oeis.org/A302176/a302176_1.png
> > I think no, but could not access the article
> > from behind paywall.
> > Keyword: more.
> > But how can more terms be generated
> > when the definition is not freely stated?
> > Suggest to fix or mark dead. Sequences
> > from R. Sigrist seem to be much better,
> > just search “Penrose coordination”.
> > —Brad
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