An Introduction to High Dimensional Knots
by Eiji Ogasa
Publisher: arXiv 2013
Number of pages: 92
This is an introductory article on high dimensional knots for the beginners. Is there a nontrivial high dimensional knot? We first answer this question. After that, we explain local moves on high dimensional knots and the projections of high dimensional knots.
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