space-filling curve

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space-filling curve

[¦spās ‚fil·iŋ ‚kərv]
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The results from the Section Peano Curves and Semigroup ability were a part of a very first version of the paper [1].
Because Giuseppe Peano (1858-1932) was the first to discover one of the filling curve constructions, space-filling curves in 2-dimensional planes are sometimes called Peano curves. Some of the most celebrated are the Hilbert curve and the Sierpimki curve [23].
Using Peano curves for bilevel display of continuous-tone images.
This would enable the construction of other forms of space-filling curve, such as the Peano curve.