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Results: Category "origami\tessellation" (Page 1)

Origami Tessellations
Helena Verrill
Bridges 1998 Pages 55–68
Symmetry, Chemistry and Escher's Tiles
Bruce D. Martin and Reza Sarhangi
Bridges 1998 Pages 245–254
Math at the Service of Meaning: Links Between Geometry, Mythology, and Philosophy in Mosaic Art
Irene Rousseau
Bridges 1999 Pages 111–122
The Sky Within: Mathematical Aesthetics of Persian Dome Interiors
Reza Sarhangi
Bridges 1999 Pages 145–156
Teaching Mathematical Thinking through Origami
Daniel Meyer and Jeanine Meyer
Bridges 1999 Pages 191–204
Towards Visual Perception of Periodic Tilings: A Computational Model
Kristyann Manske, Amir Assadi, Hamid Eghbalina and Stephen Palmer
Bridges 1999 Pages 211–220
Recognizable Motif Tilings Based on Post-Escher Mathematics - Abstract
Robert W. Fathauer
Bridges 1999 Pages 291–292
M.C. Escher's Associations with Scientists
J. Taylor Hollist
Bridges 2000 Pages 45–52
Computer Generated Islamic Star Patterns
Craig S. Kaplan
Bridges 2000 Pages 105–112
Spiral Tilings
Paul Gailiunas
Bridges 2000 Pages 133–140
From the Circle to the Icosahedron
Eva Knoll
Bridges 2000 Pages 231–238
Self-similar Tilings Based on Prototiles Constructed from Segments of Regular Polygons
Robert W. Fathauer
Bridges 2000 Pages 285–292
The Art and Mathematics of Tessellation - Abstract
Travis Ethridge
Bridges 2000 Pages 398–398
Composing Different Tessellation from the Same Elements - Abstract
Imameddin Amiraslanov
Bridges 2001 Pages 313–317
The 3D Illusion of 2D Regular Tessellations - Abstract
Imameddin Amiraslanov
Bridges 2001 Pages 335–336
Reconstruction of Ornaments - Abstract
Ljiljana Radovic
Bridges 2001 Pages 337–337
A Transformation Sketchbook
John Sharp
Bridges 2002 Pages 25–36
168 Butterflies on a Polyhedron of Genus 3
Douglas Dunham
Bridges 2002 Pages 197–204
From a Subdivided Tetrahedron to the Dodecahedron: Exploring Regular Colorings
Eva Knoll
Bridges 2002 Pages 257–261
Three Traditions of Self-Similarity in Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century Islamic Geometric Ornament
Jay Bonner
Bridges 2003 Pages 1–12
Nodal Lines and Quasi-Space Filling Curves
Tiziana Giorgi and Caryn Werner
Bridges 2003 Pages 69–76
Play with Infinity
Jean-Marc Castera
Bridges 2003 Pages 189–196
Quilt Designs Using Non-Edge-to-Edge Tilings by Squares
Gwen L. Fisher
Bridges 2003 Pages 265–272
NEC Polygonal Groups and Tessellations
Domingo Gámez, Miguel Pasadas, Rafael Pérez and Ceferino Ruiz
Bridges 2003 Pages 299–306
Quilts Inspired by Mathematics
Mary C. Williams
Bridges 2003 Pages 393–400
Diversifying the Curriculum: The Tessellations Case
Reza Sarhangi, Gabriele Meiselwitz and Goran Trajkovski
Bridges 2003 Pages 441–448
Islamic Constructions: The Geometry Needed by Craftsmen
Raymond Tennant
Bridges 2003 Pages 459–464
The Mathematics of Quilting: A Quilter's Tacit Knowledge of Symmetry, Tiling and Group Theory
Katrina Hebb
Bridges 2003 Pages 511–520
Folding Polyhedra and Painting Mosaics
Chris K. Palmer
Bridges 2003 Pages 533–540
Origami: A Good Way to Communicate Mathematics - Abstract
Ann Hanson
Bridges 2003 Pages 544–544
Goldbach Tilings - Abstract
Sharol Nau
Bridges 2003 Pages 545–546
Why Do Penrose Tilings Diffract? - Abstract
Robert V. Moody
Bridges 2003 Pages 565–566
Golomb Rep-Tiles and Fractals - Abstract
Imameddin Amiraslanov
Bridges 2003 Pages 575–576
Twisted Domes
Paul Gailiunas
Bridges 2004 Pages 45–52
An Introduction to the Tiling Properties of the Tangram and Their Application in Two and Three Dimensions
Stanley Spencer
Bridges 2004 Pages 71–78
Folding the Circle as Both Whole and Part
Bradford Hansen-Smith
Bridges 2004 Pages 87–94
Inspired by Snowflakes: Constructing, Folding and Cutting Regular Paper Polygons to Create Art with Dihedral Symmetry
Gwen L. Fisher and Nicole Silkton
Bridges 2004 Pages 195–202
Fractal Patterns and Pseudo-tilings Based on Spirals
Rabert W. Fathauer
Bridges 2004 Pages 203–210
Modularity in Medieval Persian Mosaics: Textual, Empirical, Analytical, and Theoretical Considerations
Reza Sarhangi, Slavik Jablan and Radmila Sazdanovic
Bridges 2004 Pages 281–292
Modular Origami in the Mathematics Classroom
Brock Wenciker and Patrick Flynn
Bridges 2004 Pages 293–296
Tony Bomford's Hyperbolic Hooked Rugs
Douglas Dunham
Bridges 2004 Pages 309–314
Fractal Tessellations from Proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem
L. Kerry Mitchell
Bridges 2004 Pages 335–336
Applications for the Study of Tilings (Tile Composer - FonTiler - GridTiler) Using Combinatorics to Build Tiles Sets
Chris K. Palmer, Slavik Jablan and Reza Sarhangi
Bridges 2004 Pages 337–338
The Manifold Beauty of Piano-hinged Dissections
Greg N. Frederickson
Bridges 2005 Pages 1–8
An Introduction to the Golden Tangram and its Tiling Properties
Stanley Spencer
Bridges 2005 Pages 31–36
Spiral Tilings with C-curves Using Combinatorics to Augment Tradition
Chris K. Palmer
Bridges 2005 Pages 37–46
Three-Dimensional and Dynamic Constructions Based on Leonardo Grids
Rinus Roelofs
Bridges 2005 Pages 161–168
An Approach in Coloring Semi-Regular Tilings on the Hyperbolic Plane
Ma. Louise Antonette N. De Las Peñas, Glenn R. Laigo and René P. Felix
Bridges 2005 Pages 313–320
Tessellations from Group Actions and the Mystery of Escher's Solid
Ioana Mihaila
Bridges 2005 Pages 329–330