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Formal knot theory

by Louis H. Kauffman

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Knot theory.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 165-167.

    Statementby Louis H. Kauffman.
    SeriesMathematical notes ;, 30, Mathematical notes (Princeton University Press) ;, 30.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA612.2 .K37 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination167 p. :
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3185456M
    ISBN 100691083363
    LC Control Number83042594

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Key concepts are related in easy-to-remember terms, and numerous helpful diagrams appear throughout the text. The author has provided a new supplement, entitled "Remarks on Formal Knot Theory," as well as his article, "New Invariants in the Theory of Knots," first published in The American Mathematical Monthly, March Cited by: Formal Knot Theory book.

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Key concepts are related in easy-to-remember terms, and numerous helpful diagrams appear throughout the text. The author has provided a new supplement, entitled "Remarks on Formal Knot Theory," as well as his article, "New Invariants in the Theory of Knots," first published in The American Mathematical Monthly, March   Key concepts are related in easy-to-remember terms, and numerous helpful diagrams appear throughout the text.

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An Invitation to Knot Theory: Virtual and Classical gives advanced undergraduate students a gentle introduction to the field of virtual knot theory and mathematical research.

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The article outlines how Alexander's original definition of the polynomial as the determinant of a matrix associated with the link diagram can be reformulated as a state summation over combinatorial. Key concepts are related in easy-to-remember terms, and numerous helpful diagrams appear throughout the text.

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(PRESS PRINCETON UNIVERSIn Princeton, New Jerse KIRWAN This book is an introductory explication on the theme of knot and link invariants as generalized amplitudes (vacuum-vacuum amplitudes) for a quasi-physical process.

The demands of the knot theory, coupled with a quantum statistical frame work create a context that naturally and powerfully includes an extraordinary range of interelated topics in topology and mathematical physics.

Formal Knot Theory starts out with a planar diagram of a knot. Then the book shows how to label and name the intersections of the planar diagram.

By the seventh page, you have an interesting group of terms and theorms. Formal Knot Theory is primarily about a reformulation of the Alexander polynomial as a state summation.

This means that we shall give a formula for the Alexander polynomial that is a sum of evaluations of combinatorial configurations related to the knot or link diagram. The states are these com-binatorial configurations. Key concepts are related in easy-to-remember terms, and numerous helpful diagrams appear throughout the text.

The author has provided a new supplement, entitled "Remarks on Formal Knot Theory," as well as his article, "New Invariants in the Theory of Knots," first published in The American Mathematical Monthly, March Pages: Louis H.

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Formal Knot Theory. Author: Louis H. Kauffman ISBN: Genre: Mathematics File Size: MB. or not two knots are equivalent or lie in the same equivalence class, and much of knot theory is devoted to the development of techniques to aid in this decision.

A Reidemeister move is an operation that can be performed on the diagram of a knot whithout altering the corresponding knot. Figure 4: Type I, type II, and type III Reidemeister moves. Louis H. Kauffman is the author of Formal Knot Theory ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), On Knots.

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Contents: Introduction --States, trails, and the clock theorem --State polynomials and the duality conjecture --Knots and links --Axiomatic link calculations --Curliness and the Alexander polynomial --The coat of many colors --Spanning surfaces --The genus of alternative links --Ribbons knots.This work contains a formalization of some topics in knot theory.

The concepts that were formalized include definitions of tangles, links, framed links and link/tangle equivalence. The formalization is based on a formulation of links in terms of tangles.