7 edition of **Knot Theory and its Applications (Modern Birkhäuser Classics)** found in the catalog.

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- 35 Currently reading

Published
**September 27, 2007**
by Birkhäuser Boston
.

Written in English

- Algebraic topology,
- Mathematics,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Applied,
- Topology - General,
- Mathematics / Topology,
- braids,
- manifolds,
- torus

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | B. Kurpita (Translator) |

The Physical Object | |
---|---|

Format | Paperback |

Number of Pages | 342 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL9508734M |

ISBN 10 | 081764718X |

ISBN 10 | 9780817647186 |

Introduces knot theory, providing insights into recent applications in DNA research and graph theory. The book offers fundamental facts about the theory, such as knot diagrams, braid representations, Seifert surfaces, tangles, and Alexander polynomials. This book introduces the study of knots, providing insights into recent applications in DNA research and graph theory. It sets forth fundamental facts such as knot diagrams, braid representations, Seifert surfaces, tangles, and Alexander polynomials. It also covers more recent developments and Price: $

This is a question from “An introduction to knot theory” $(GTM 57)$ If we tie two knots on the same piece of string, the result is called a composite knot. Prove that the Alexander knot-theory. Free shipping on orders of $35+ from Target. Read reviews and buy Knot Theory & Its Applications - (Modern Birkhauser Classics) by Kunio Murasugi (Paperback) at Target. Get it today with Same Day Delivery, Order Pickup or Drive Up.

Manifolds and 3-manifolds. Surgery on knots and branched covers. Link homology and its applications. Knots and complexity theory. Textbooks: Knots Knotes by Justin Roberts. An introduction to knot theory, by Raymond Lickorish. Can be bought online. For . This book introduces the study of knots, providing insights into recent applications in DNA research and graph theory. It sets forth fundamental facts such as knot diagrams, braid representations, Seifert surfaces, tangles, and Alexander polynomials.

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The book contains most Knot theory is a concept in algebraic topology that has found applications to a variety of mathematical problems as well as to problems in computer science, biological and medical /5(4).

Knot theory is a concept in algebraic topology that has found applications to a variety of mathematical problems as well as to problems in computer science, biological and medical research, and mathematical physics.

This book is directed to a broad audience of researchers, beginning graduate students, and senior undergraduate students in these fields.5/5(2). Knot theory is a concept in algebraic topology that has found applications to a variety of mathematical problems as well as to problems in computer science, biological and medical research, and mathematical physics.

This book is directed to a broad audience of researchers, beginning graduateBrand: Birkhäuser Basel. Knot theory is a concept in algebraic topology that has found applications to a variety of mathematical problems as well as to problems in computer science, biological and medical research, and mathematical physics.

This book is directed to a broad audience of researchers, beginning graduate students, and senior undergraduate students in these fields.

Knot Theory and Its Applications Kunio Murasugi (auth.) Knot theory is a concept in algebraic topology that has found applications to a variety of mathematical problems as well as to problems in computer science, biological and medical research, and mathematical physics.

School of Mathematics | School of Mathematics. We give examples of applications of knot theory in classical physics, namely the magnetic helicity integral and its topological interpretation, and how knot invariants arise from the 2D solvable.

Knot Theory and Its Applications. Support. Adobe DRM This book is directed to a broad audience of researchers, beginning graduate students, and senior undergraduate students in these fields. The book contains most of the fundamental classical facts about the theory, such as knot diagrams, braid representations, Seifert surfaces, tangles.

1 Knot Theory Knot theory is an appealing subject because the objects studied are familiar in everyday physical space. Although the subject matter of knot theory is familiar to everyone and its problems are easily stated, arising not only in many branches of mathematics but also in such diverse ﬁelds as biology, chemistry, and physics.

Knot Theory and its applications Candidato: Relatore: Martina Patone Prof. Rita Fioresi Anno Accademico / - Sessione II. Contents Introduction 11 - Lucius Flavius Arrianus, "Anabasi Alexandri", Book II-Figure 1: Wolfagang Haken’s gordian knot.

Alexander unties the gordian knot, according to the legend, cutting it. Knot Theory And Its Applications by Kunio Murasugi / / English / DjVu. Read Online MB Download. This book introduces the study of knots, providing insights into recent applications in DNA research and graph theory.

It sets forth fundamental facts such as knot diagrams, braid representations, Seifert surfaces, tangles, and Alexander. Why I wrote this book ix How I structured the book x Prerequisites and notes to students xi Acknowledgments xii Chapter 0.

A Brief Introduction to Hyperbolic Knots 1 An introduction to knot theory 1 Problems in knot theory 3 Exercises 15 Part 1.

Foundations of Hyperbolic Structures 17 Chapter 1. Decomposition of the Figure-8 Knot. The Knot Book. by Colin Adams I recommend this book to anyone learning about mathematical knot theory for the first time. It assumes only a general background in mathematics yet contains a great deal to occupy even the expert.

Also it has chapters on the recent applications of knot theory to other fields such as physics, chemistry and biology. This book is an introduction to hyperbolic geometry in dimension three, and its applications to knot theory and to geometric problems arising in knot theory.

It has three parts. The first part covers basic tools in hyperbolic geometry and geometric structures on 3-manifolds. Dear Colleague, You are invited to contribute a paper to a Special Issue of Symmetry on “Knot Theory and its Applications”. We look forward to receiving your contribution by 31 August, The topic of this Special Issue is focused on applications of the theory of knots to natural sciences, applications to other areas of mathematics, and relationships between science, mathematics, and.

Summary 1 Theorem: Two diagrams represent equivalent knots if and only if one can be transformed into the other by a nite sequence of Reidemeister moves. 2 The knot invariant polynomials are skein related which means they are identical at every point except at one crossing.

Ellie O’Brien Knot Theory and its Applications Ap 3 / 4. This book gives an in-depth survey of the state of the art of present day knot theory and its applications. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Knot theory is a concept in algebraic topology that has found applications to a variety of mathematical problems as well as to problems in computer science, biological and.

This book is an introduction to hyperbolic geometry in dimension three, and its applications to knot theory and to geometric problems arising in knot theory. It has three parts. The first part covers basic tools in hyperbolic geometry and geometric structures on 3-manifolds. The second part focuses on families of knots and links that have been amenable to study via hyperbolic geometry.

The impact factor (IF) of Journal of Knot Theory and its Ramifications iswhich is computed in as per it's l of Knot Theory and its Ramifications IF is decreased by a factor of and approximate percentage change is % when compared to preceding yearwhich shows a falling trend.

The impact factor (IF), also denoted as Journal impact factor (JIF.Other key books of interest on this topic available from the AMS are The Shoelace Book: A Mathematical Guide to the Best (and Worst) Ways to Lace your Shoes and The Knot Book.

Readership Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and research mathematicians interested in knot theory and its applications to low-dimensional topology. Here’s a rundown of the fifteen chapters: Chapter 1 covers “The Fundamental Concepts of Knot Theory”, including a non-rigorous definition, two descriptions (one more rigorous than the other) of when two knots are equivalent, links (unions of more than one knot), the “sum” of two knots (but no additive inverse), and, again, thoughts on.