Look, there are a lot of patchwork quilts here (Fig. 3.1.1). Making patchwork quilts is a process of sewing different shapes (and designs) of pieces of cloths together to make one connected cloth, right?
KeywordsBase Length Algorithmic Proof Connected Cloth Patchwork Quilt Identical Rectangle
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