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polyomino

[‚päl·ē′äm·ə·nō]
(mathematics)
A plane figure formed by joining a finite number of unit squares along their sides.
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The paper is organized as follows: Section 2 will sketch the placement algorithm; Section 3 will propose some array designs, comparing results attained with standard polyomino arrays using tiles of a single order.
In the present paper, we compute M-polynomials for different dendrimer structures and polyomino chains.
Bhatti, "Bond incident degree (BID) indices of polyomino chains: a unified approach," Applied Mathematics and Computation, vol.
It uses polyominoes which are plane geometric figures formed by joining one or more equal squares edge to edge (refer Figure 1).
Polyomino marks the final evolutionary phase of a twoyear professional collaboration with Stratasys, while Wolfkiam celebrates the launch of a brand-new series of high-profile collaborative 3-D printed works from the company entitled 'The New Ancient," exploring the juxtaposition of ancient crafts and cultures with modern technologies.
In Sections 6 and 7, we find the threshold sequence for each polyiamond and polyomino of size smaller than 5.
Golomb of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, who in 1954 introduced the term "polyomino.' Golomb has been exploring polyomino properties and proposing polyomino puzzles ever since.
(2) A polyomino is a plane geometric figure formed by joining one or more equal squares edge to edge.
Incidentally, these 2-dimensional games are clearly 'cousins' of Solomon Golomb's classic Pentominoes game, which is the grandfather of other polyomino games such as Blokus, and Cathedral.
[11] obtained the atom-bond connectivity index of the zig-zag chain polyomino molecular graphs.
Yuan, Lee, and Wang (2010) examined the influence of polyomino exploration by junior high-school students using virtual and physical manipulatives.