In the previous chapter we defined a space filler as a cell whose replicas together can fill all of space without having any voids between them. We saw that all Dirichlet Domains are space fillers, but that not all space fillers are necessarily Dirichlet Domains.
KeywordsSpace Structure Coordination Polyhedron Space Filler Lattice Complex Short Vector
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