Calculations of the percolation thresholds of a three-dimensional (icosahedral) Penrose tiling by the cubic approximant method

@article{Zakalyukin2005CalculationsOT,
  title={Calculations of the percolation thresholds of a three-dimensional (icosahedral) Penrose tiling by the cubic approximant method},
  author={Ruslan M. Zakalyukin and Viacheslav A. Chizhikov},
  journal={Crystallography Reports},
  year={2005},
  volume={50},
  pages={938-948}
}
The percolation thresholds of a three-dimensional Penrose tiling with icosahedral symmetry are determined using the cubic approximant method. The percolation thresholds of the three-dimensional Penrose tiling for the site problem and the bond problem are calculated with an accuracy of 0.001. 
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