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Knots, Links, Spatial Graphs, and Algebraic Invariants.


Knots, Links, Spatial Graphs, and Algebraic Invariants

Edited by Erica Flapan, Allison Henrich, Aaron Kaestner, and Sam Nelson

American Mathematical Society


189 pages


Contemporary Mathematics; Volume 689


From an October 2015 conference in Fullerton, California, 12 papers present recent results first in knot theoretic structure and then in spatial graph theory. Their topics include the first coefficient of Homflypt and Kauffman polynomials: Vertigan proof of polynomial complexity using dynamic programming, ribbonlength of folded ribbon unknots in the plane, checkerboard framings and states of virtual link diagrams, a chord graph constructed from a ribbon surface-link, and partially multiplicative biquandles and handlebody-knots. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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