The Salience of Lower-Order, Localized Features in Highly Self-Similar Wallpaper Groups

Rick O. Gilmore & Anthony M. Norcia
There exists an abundance of visual symmetry within our environment. Yet research on human perception has almost exclusively been limited to studies of a single type of symmetry— two-fold reflection—leaving uncertainty about human perceptual sensitivity to the other types of symmetry as derived from the mathematics of Group Theory. Clarke et al. (2011) found that five of the seventeen wallpaper groups—P1, P3M1, P31M, P6, and P6M—have a high degree of self-similarity, as determined by the...
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