Constant Neighbor Dihedral Tilings with 15, 32, and 43 Neighbors

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Friedman, Erich and Zwaag van der, Berend Jan (2002) Constant Neighbor Dihedral Tilings with 15, 32, and 43 Neighbors. Geombinatorics, XI (3). pp. 74-77. ISSN 1065-7371

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Abstract:We consider tilings of the plane. Two tiles are called neighbors if they share at least one boundary point. A tiling is called a constant neighbor tiling if every tile has the same number of neighbors. A tiling of the plane is called monohedral if every tile is congruent, and a tiling is called dihedral if exactly two different tiles are used.
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