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Recursively Defined Partial Tilings of the Plane
William Gosper, an American computer scientist, discovered this space-filling curve in 1973.
Contributed by:
Enrique Zeleny
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Bill Gosper
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Contributed by:
Enrique Zeleny
Based on code by:
Bill Gosper
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