Handbook of Knot Theory

  • ID: 1762529
  • Book
  • 502 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This book is a survey of current topics in the mathematical theory of knots. For a mathematician, a knot is a closed loop in 3-dimensional space: imagine knotting an extension cord and then closing it up by inserting its plug into its outlet. Knot theory is of central importance in pure and applied mathematics, as it stands at a crossroads of topology, combinatorics, algebra, mathematical physics and biochemistry.

* Survey of mathematical knot theory
* Articles by leading world authorities
* Clear exposition, not over-technical
* Accessible to readers with undergraduate background in mathematics

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Hyperbolic Knots
Colin Adams
Braids: A Survey
Joan S. Birman and Tara E. Brendle
Legendrian and Transversal Knots
John B. Etnyre
Knot Spinning
Greg Friedman
The Enumeration and Classification of Knots and Links
Jim Hoste
Knot Diagrammatics
Louis H. Kauffman
A Survey of Classical Knot Concordance
Charles Livingston
Knot Theory of Complex Plane Curves
Lee Rudolph
Thin Position in the Theory of Classical Knots
Martin Scharlemann
Computation of Hyperbolic Structures in Knot Theory
Jeff Weeks
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Menasco, William
Thistlethwaite, Morwen
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