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Socolar found the basis for this tiling already in 1987, but recently added a substitution tiling. An interesting feature is that there exists a context-independent Ammann bar decoration of the tiles, similar to the one in the original Socolar 12-fold but with different relative phases, and hence a fairly simple set of matching rules.
10-fold cyclotomic aperiodic tiling with dense tile orientations (CAST DTO).
8-fold cyclotomic aperiodic tiling with dense tile orientations (CAST DTO).