Imperial Porphiry and Golden Leaf: Sierpinski Triangle in a Medieval Roman Cloister

@article{Brunori2018ImperialPA,
  title={Imperial Porphiry and Golden Leaf: Sierpinski Triangle in a Medieval Roman Cloister},
  author={Paola Brunori and Paola Magrone and Laura Tedeschini Lalli},
  journal={Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing},
  year={2018}
}
In medieval churches motives are found, similar to what we call today “Sierpinski triangle”: a same composition of full and void areas, interweaved and repeated at smaller and smaller scale. The motive has seen its mathematically rigorous definition in 1915, and has been a “benchmark” for scientists thereafter. Mathematicians imagine and study what would remain upon carrying on indefinitely the procedure of inserting voids: a “powder of points” would be left, organized in a precise way around… 

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