[ UK /tˌɛsɪlˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. the careful juxtaposition of shapes in a pattern
    a tessellation of hexagons
  2. the act of adorning with mosaic
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How To Use tessellation In A Sentence

  • Escher came across an article written by Coxeter, and again whilst unable to understand the text, he was able to determine the rules regarding hyperbolic tessellations using only the diagrams in the paper.
  • I will analyze the transformation geometry behind the symmetries transformation and tessellations apparent in Escher's drawings.
  • A striking aspect of the early rock art is its drawing of tessellations, which show infinite repetition.
  • Hanging on the walls, hints of Buckminster Fuller's efficient geodesic domes can be detected mingling with M C Escher's delicate figurative tessellations and traditional Islamic arabesques.
  • This bright and colorful set of four 18’ x 24’ posters takes the mystery out of creating tessellations while retaining their magic.
  • Note: Terrain tessellation currently does not use contour lines and spot elevations as elevation source.
  • Topics ranged from the golden mean, spirals, and tessellations to fractals, origami, and impressionist art.
  • That accounts for a dense, but visually acceptable tessellation of rhombi.
  • This has as its automorphism groups F_4 whose root space is a minimal tessellation in 4 dimensions and G_2. Einstein Still Rules, Says Fermi Telescope Team | Universe Today
  • Many people are familiar with Escher's endless staircases, hyperbolic tilings, Möbius ants, intricate tessellations, and other creations.
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