 About 79 results  books.google.com Kimberling Shuffle KIMBERLING SEQUENCE King Walk DELANNOY NUMBER
KinoshitaTerasaka Knot This sequence has GENERATING ... Kinoshita
Terasaka Mutants KinoshitaTerasaka Mutants References Adams, C. C. The
Knot. 

 books.google.com FIGURE 4.9 Kinoshita–Terasaka mutants. tangles T1 and T2 given by the
sequences of integers i , j , k, ... ,l,m and n, p, q, ... ,r,s. The two rational tangles T1
and T2 are equivalent if and only if the corresponding continued fractions m + 1/[ l
+ ... 

 books.google.com 1 1 1]) and were used by Morton and Traczyk and independently by J. Murakami
to distinguish, inter alia, the KinoshitaTerasaka and Conway knots (figure 1 1),
the most famous example of mutants. Again, there is no sense in trying to ... 

 books.google.com Mutants are big trouble in general. As we saw in Section 5.3, they cannot be
distinguished by hyperbolic volume either. We did see that the Kinoshita
Terasaka mutants were distinguishable because their minimal genus Seifert
surfaces had ... 

 books.google.com Namely, the Seifert matrices of any knot and its Conway mutant are Sequivalent,
so that their Alexander polynomials and ... Example 3.8.4 The Conway knot KC
shown in 3.8.1b is an elementary Conway mutant of the KinoshitaTerasaka knot
... 

 books.google.com MUTANTS. OF. KNOTS. JOZEF H. PRZYTYCKI 0. Introduction. There is the nice
formula which links the Alexander polynomial of (m, )t)cable of ... On the other
hand they were unable to distinguish the Conway knot and the Kinoshita
Terasaka ... 

 books.google.com Mutants and tangles A tangle is a portion of a link diagram from which there
emerge just 4 arcs pointing in the compass directions AW, NE, SW, SE, ...
Famous mutants: the Conway and KinoshitaTerasaka 5.3 The Homfly
polynomial 83. 

 books.google.com D Application Let M be a hyperbolic 3manifold, By a mutation of M we mean
cutting M along an embedded ... For discussion of mutation invariants, see
Further Reading. ... Figure 5.9 shows the KinoshitaTerasaka and Conway
mutant pair. 

 books.google.com This operation is called mutation and the two knots are said to be mutants. In Fig.
9, we have indicated the three mutation operation 71, 's. An example for the
mutant knots is the wellknown elevencrossing KinoshitaTerasaka and Conway
... 

 books.google.com 1 Mutants have long been known to have the same Alexander polynomial, and
more recently to have the same polynomial P [9], Possibly the best known mutant
pair are the inequivalent knots of Conway and KinoshitaTerasaka which both ... 

 