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An aperiodic tiling of variable geometry made of two tiles, a triangle and a rhombus of any angle

@inproceedings{Dongen2021AnAT,
  title={An aperiodic tiling of variable geometry made of two tiles, a triangle and a rhombus of any angle},
  author={Vincent Van Dongen},
  year={2021}
}
Aperiodic tiling is a well-know area of research. First developed by mathematicians for the mathematical challenge they represent and the beauty of their resulting patterns, they became a growing field of interest when their practical use started to emerge. This was mainly in the eighties when a link was established with quasi-periodic materials. Several aperiodic tilings made of two tiles were discovered, the first one being by Penrose in the seventies. Since then, scientists discovered other… 
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