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By Kunio Murasugi

This e-book provides a awesome program of graph conception to knot idea. In knot conception, there are many simply outlined geometric invariants which are super tough to compute; the braid index of a knot or hyperlink is one instance. The authors overview the braid index for plenty of knots and hyperlinks utilizing the generalized Jones polynomial and the index of a graph, a brand new invariant brought right here. This invariant, that's made up our minds algorithmically, is perhaps of specific curiosity to laptop scientists.

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6 (b) or (c). Then any other singular edge e of G has also w as one end and the second end of e is connected to v by an edge. Otherwise G could not be planar. See Fig. 7 (c) and (d). The same argument eventually proves that all singular edges of G occur on the subgraph of type Hi. See Fig. 7 AN INDEX OF A GRAPH 21 (a) and (b). (a) (d) (e) Fig. 7 (ii) If (i) did not occur, then there is a subgraph H in G depicted in Fig. 6 (d). Then G cannot have any other singular edges, as is seen in Fig. 7 (e).

8 by induction, we need a slightly more general formulation of the lemma. A (connected) arc 7 (with a base point if 7 is closed) in an oriented link diagram D is called a descending part of D if 7 satisfies the following property: If one travels along 7 (according to the orientation of D ) starting from the beginning of 7 (or the base point), then each crossing which is met for the first time is crossed by an overcrossing. An oriented link diagram D is called quasi-positive if there is a descending part of D on which all negative crossings occur.

We now begin with a few definitions. Let D be an oriented link diagram of L . 1 J(D) denotes the number of pairs of Seifert circles of D which are connected by a crossing. In other words, J(D) the Seifert graph T(D) J_(D) is the number of those pairs of vertices in which are connected by at least one edge. Similarly J+(D) (or ) denote the number of those pairs of Seifert circles of D which are connected by at least one positive (or negative) crossings. We use the following notation in the rest of the paper.

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