[seqfan] Re: This is a Penrose tiling?
jean-paul.allouche at imj-prg.fr
Tue Jan 7 09:35:11 CET 2020
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).
Le 07/01/2020 à 00:21, Brad Klee a écrit :
> 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”.
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