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Survey of the Steinhaus Tiling Problem

  • Steve Jackson (a1) and R. Daniel Mauldin (a1)

We survey some results and problems arising from a classic problem of Steinhaus: Is there a subset S of ℝ2 such that each isometric copy of ℤ2 (the lattice points in the plane) meets S in exactly one point.

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Bulletin of Symbolic Logic
  • ISSN: 1079-8986
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