On the Notions of Symmetry and Aperiodicity for Delone Sets

Baake M, Grimm U (2012)
Symmetry 4(4): 566-580.

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Baake, Michael; Grimm, Uwe
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Non-periodic systems have become more important in recent years, both theoretically and practically. Their description via Delone sets requires the extension of many standard concepts of crystallography. Here, we summarise some useful notions of symmetry and aperiodicity, with special focus on the concept of the hull of a Delone set. Our aim is to contribute to a more systematic and consistent use of the different notions
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2012
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Symmetry
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4
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4
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566-580
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2073-8994
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2073-8994
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2531176

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Baake M, Grimm U. On the Notions of Symmetry and Aperiodicity for Delone Sets. Symmetry. 2012;4(4):566-580.
Baake, M., & Grimm, U. (2012). On the Notions of Symmetry and Aperiodicity for Delone Sets. Symmetry, 4(4), 566-580. doi:10.3390/sym4040566
Baake, M., and Grimm, U. (2012). On the Notions of Symmetry and Aperiodicity for Delone Sets. Symmetry 4, 566-580.
Baake, M., & Grimm, U., 2012. On the Notions of Symmetry and Aperiodicity for Delone Sets. Symmetry, 4(4), p 566-580.
M. Baake and U. Grimm, “On the Notions of Symmetry and Aperiodicity for Delone Sets”, Symmetry, vol. 4, 2012, pp. 566-580.
Baake, M., Grimm, U.: On the Notions of Symmetry and Aperiodicity for Delone Sets. Symmetry. 4, 566-580 (2012).
Baake, Michael, and Grimm, Uwe. “On the Notions of Symmetry and Aperiodicity for Delone Sets”. Symmetry 4.4 (2012): 566-580.
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