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Easy proofs of the undecidability of Wang's tiling problem?
Wang tiles are (by Wikipedia): "equal-sized squares with a color on each edge which can be arranged side by side (on a regular square grid) so that abutting edges of adjacent tiles have the same ...
May 22 '11 at 14:39
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