An Aperiodic Tiling An Aperiodic Tiling
An Aperiodic TilingThis is a tiling of the plane with just two tiles, the "trilobite" and the"cross". Any such tiling must be aperiodic (i.e., can never repeat itself).The construction generalizes to any dimension Euclidean space. An aperiodic tiling by Chaim GoodmanStrauss, 1995. Copyright by The Geometry Center, University of Minnesota. Used with permission.  Steven Weintraub

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