polyomino


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polyomino

(ˌpɒlɪˈɒmɪnəʊ)
n, pl -noes
(Mathematics) geometry a polygon made from joining identical squares at their edges
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It is anyway well known that a nonuniform illumination of the elements of an array produces better side lobe level (SLL) characteristics, so polyomino tiles are unequally fed [11].
The polyomino chains constitute a finite 2-connected floor plan, where each inner face (or a unit) is surrounded by a square of length one.
For instance, the bond incident degree (BID) indices of nanostructures and polyomino chains are computed in [12, 13].
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Do you happen to recall when and where he stated emphatically that the plural of "polyomino" is NOT "polyominos" but "polyominoes"?
The printed pieces--Wolfkiam (shown below) from Nick Ervinck and Polyomino from Jose Sanchez--are the first two art and design projects to exploit the advanced capabilities of the new printer, enabling an unprecedented array of colors and level of detail, as well as geometric complexities.
Shafiq, On topological indices of nanostar dendrimer and polyomino chains, Optoelectron.
If the basic polygons are cells of a regular tiling of the plane by squares, equilateral triangles or regular hexagons, then the polyform is called a polyomino, polyiamond or polyhex respectively.
Li, "The atom-bond connectivity index of catacondensed polyomino graphs," Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, vol.
A third-person shooter that fills its later levels with 3D polyomino puzzles.
10 (1984) and 45 (1990)); asynchronous CA [Pighizzini 1994]; cellular neural networks [Chua and Yang 1988]; quantum CA [Richter and Werner 1996; Watrous 1996]; relation to polyomino tilings [Aigrain and Beauquier 1995]; and the interesting work done at the Santa Fe Institute on evolving a CA with genetic algorithms [Mitchell et al.