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**Dave Richeson**| March 14, 2010## An application of graph theory to architecture

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Posted by: **Dave Richeson** | March 14, 2010
## An application of graph theory to architecture

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Very cool! Note, in the graph on the left you are missing the edge (3,2).

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Brenton March 16, 2010at 4:10 pm

Thank you for noticing that! The graphs are fixed now.

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Dave Richesonon March 16, 2010at 8:36 pm

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Top ten math posts of 2010 | 11:23on December 31, 2010at 7:41 am

Real architecture happens in 3D though. Is the graph theory still applicable somehow?

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Alexander Bogatskiyon January 9, 2014at 8:30 am

Regarding your question, the following link might be of interest:

http://www.math.uiuc.edu/~gfrancis/quasicrystals/seville/george21apr/seville.pdf

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hquiloon January 12, 2014at 8:28 am