Guess the Antisymmetric Frieze Group, Part 2
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In a frieze group where the unit cell consists of two or four copies of a fundamental region, a color-change transformation can give 10 different antisymmetric frieze groups. See Part 1 for further details.
Contributed by: Izidor Hafner (January 2016)
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 L. Radovic and S. Jablan, "Antisymmetry and Modularity in Ornamental Art," in Proceedings of Bridges: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science, Kansas, 2001 pp. 55–66. archive.bridgesmathart.org/2001/bridges2001-55.pdf.
"Guess the Antisymmetric Frieze Group, Part 2"
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Published: January 11 2016