Finite subdivision rules
Finite subdivision rules were created by Cannon, Floyd, and Parry as
part of their approach to Cannon's conjecture. A finite subdivision rule
essentially consists of a finite number of polygons, called tile types,
together with a subdivision of each tile type into polygons labelled by
tile types. Since the subdivision of each tile type is into tiles
that can be identified with tile types, one can recursively subdivide
any complex made up out of tile types.
Coloring booklets --- These coloring booklets
are made from subdivisions arising from finite subdivision rules.
Gallery --- A gallery of computer-colored images of subdivisions
arising from finite subdivision rules.
Catalogue --- A catalogue of finite subdivision rules;
these entries are oriented toward researchers.