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A self similar tiling generated by the minimal Pisot number. (English) Zbl 1024.11066
The paper deals with the study of a fractal boundary for a special case of tiles. The concepts adjacency and vertex are included too. In addition the boundary of tiles are 5 sets of Hausdorff dimension 1.10026.

11R06 PV-numbers and generalizations; other special algebraic numbers; Mahler measure
11K16 Normal numbers, radix expansions, Pisot numbers, Salem numbers, good lattice points, etc.
11A63 Radix representation; digital problems
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