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Substitution Tiling - History
... In 1973 and 1974, Roger Penrose discovered a family of aperiodic tilings, now called Penrose tilings ... rules forcing nonperiodic tilings in particular, he rediscovered Penrose's first example ...
Shadows Of The Mind - Criticism - Gödelian Argument and Nature of Human Thought
... Penrose's views on the human thought process are not widely accepted in scientific circles (Drew McDermott, David Chalmers and others) ... Another dissenter, Charles Seife, has said, "Penrose, the Oxford mathematician famous for his work on tiling the plane with various shapes, is one of a handful of scientists ... In 1996 Penrose offered a consolidated reply to many of the criticisms of 'Shadows' ...
Penrose, Arlington, Virginia
... Penrose is a neighborhood in Arlington County, Virginia, USA, located roughly three miles from Washington, DC ...
Spencer Penrose - Business and Other Ventures
... Spencer Penrose was an entrepreneur and venture capitalist with vast holdings in many companies ... Penrose used his vast amounts of money to invest in other national mineral concerns and financed construction of the Broadmoor Hotel (1918), the Cheyenne ...
Edith Penrose
... Edith Elura Tilton Penrose (November 15, 1914 – October 11, 1996) was an American-born British economist whose best known work is The Theory of the Growth of ... Penrose "instant recognition as a creative thinker, and its importance to the analysis of the job of management has been increasingly realized" ...