Jerry L. Bona
Eric M. Friedlander (Chair)
Nigel D. Higson
J. T. Stafford
2000 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary 52C22, 55–02, 52C23, 55N99, 55N05.
Figure 1.4 (bottom), from Penrose, Roger, “Mathematics of the Impossible”, in Gregory,
R. L., et al. (editors), The Artful Eye, Oxford University Press (1995), p. 326, Figure
16.2, is used with the kind permission of Oxford University Press and Roger Penrose;
Figure 7.3 is used with the kind permission of Dr. Natalie Priebe Frank.
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Sadun, Lorenzo Adlai.
Topology of tiling spaces / Lorenzo Sadun.
p. cm. (University lecture series : v. 46)
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 978-0-8218-4727-5 (alk. paper)
1. Tiling spaces. 2. Aperiodic tilings. 3. Topology. 4. Tiling (Mathematics) I. Title.
QA611.3.S23 2008
516 .132—dc22 2008029389
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