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Diffraction enhancement of symmetry (DES) is the phenomenon according to which the symmetry of the diffraction pattern of a crystal can be higher than the point symmetry of the structure that has produced it. The most well known example is that of Friedel's law, which is however violated in the...
Growth forms of tilings are an interesting invariant of tilings. They are fully understood in the periodic case but there are very few examples in the quasiperiodic case. Here this problem is studied for quasiperiodic tilings obtained by the grid method. It is proven that such tilings have...
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