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Extra info for Geometric Symmetry in Patterns and Tilings (Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles)
Each fundamental region in the ditranslational design, in Fig. e. at three different angles) and a glide–reflection axis passing through its boundaries. (In addition, the design has translational symmetries which may be used as generators). However, only a minimal set of three of these symmetries are required to generate the whole design. For example, applying either the three reflection axes surrounding the fundamental region or the two four-fold centres of rotation and a reflection axis (as shown in Fig.
For symmetry groups where design types (i), (ii) and (iii) are simply derived from consecutive applications of translation T2 to an associated monotranslational design, no further explanation is given. Illustrations of all six design types are given for symmetry group p1 but only a selection of examples are shown for subsequent symmetry groups. Any additional versions of design type (iii) are described for each symmetry group although the design types (iv) and (v) which may be derived from type (iii) (by an analogous method for monotranslational designs) are not.
Reference is also made to a glide–reflection G which is parallel to T1 and of a distance equal to half its length. Although, as described previously, symmetry groups p1 and p2 may be based on any form of parallelogram lattice, in this section their structures are restricted to rectangular ones. Alternative structures will be described in more detail in Chapter 5. Also, to avoid complication, when exchanging fundamental region edges for asymmetric ones, as described for the type (iii) monotranslational 50 Geometric symmetry in patterns and tilings GSP2 11/27/2000 1:24 PM Page 51 designs, it is assumed that the end points of the edges remain fixed.