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Non-Crystallographic Symmetry in Packing Spaces
AbstractIn the following, isomorphism of an arbitrary finite group of symmetry, non-crystallographic symmetry (quaternion groups, Pauli matrices groups, and other abstract subgroups), in addition to the permutation group, are considered. Application of finite groups of permutations to the packing space determines space tilings by policubes (polyominoes) and forms a structure. Such an approach establishes the computer design of abstract groups of symmetry. Every finite discrete model of the real structure is an element of symmetry groups, including non-crystallographic ones. The set packing spaces of the same order N characterizes discrete deformation transformations of the structure.
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Rau, V.G.; Lomtev, L.A.; Rau, T.F. Non-Crystallographic Symmetry in Packing Spaces. Symmetry 2013, 5, 54-80.View more citation formats
Rau VG, Lomtev LA, Rau TF. Non-Crystallographic Symmetry in Packing Spaces. Symmetry. 2013; 5(1):54-80.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rau, Valery G.; Lomtev, Leonty A.; Rau, Tamara F. 2013. "Non-Crystallographic Symmetry in Packing Spaces." Symmetry 5, no. 1: 54-80.
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