Fractal Tilings Organized by the Number of Edges the Prototile Possesses
Almost all of the fractal tilings (f-tilings) described in the Compendium have prototiles that are polygons; i.e., they are made up of straight line segments called edges. One of way of categorizing f-tilings is by the number of edges possessed by the prototile. In some sense, the simplest f-tilings are those with triangular prototiles, the next simplest with quadrilateral prototiles, etc. Click on the links below to see the pages for the number of edges given.
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