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groups, burau representation, and non-conjugate braids with the same closure link

Alexander Stoimenow

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Published
**2006**
by Kyōto Daigaku Sūri Kaiseki Kenkyūjo in Kyoto, Japan
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Alexander Stoimenow with a contribution by T Yoshino. |

Series | RIMS -- 1573 |

Contributions | Kyōto Daigaku. Sūri Kaiseki Kenkyūjo. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | MLCSJ 2007/00028 (Q) |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 18 p. : |

Number of Pages | 18 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL16412533M |

LC Control Number | 2007558265 |

We call the pair (L;ˆ) of the link Land representation ˆ: ˇ L! SL2(C) a SL2(C)-link, where ˇ L:= ˇ1(S3 nL) is the fundamental group of the complement. To extend the representation of links as braid closures to this context, we use the idea of a colored braid. Express the link Las the closure of An inﬁnite sequence of non conjugate braids having the same closures By the ClassiﬁcationTheorem of closed 3-braidsgivenby J. Birman and W. Menasco, it is known that there are only ﬁnitely many mutually non-conjugate n -braids (n =1, 2or3)having the same

Abstract: We prove that the splicing of any two non-trivial knots in the 3-sphere admits an irreducible SU(2)-representation of its fundamental group. This uses instanton gauge theory, and in particular a non-vanishing result of Kronheimer-Mrowka and some new results that we establish for holonomy perturbations of the ASD :// Abstract. The terms “braid” and “braid groups” were coined by Artin, In his paper, an n-braid appears as a specific topological consider two parallel planes in euclidean 3-space which we call respectively the upper and the lower ://

On knot groups On knot groups WILHELM MAGNUS AND ADA PELUSO 1 Introduction and Summary. According to Artin [ 11 the braid group B, of braids on n strings can be defined as a group of automorphisms of a free group F, on n free generators x,, Y = 1, *,:// This representation is denoted by ρ = ρ(S, n). For classical braids this representation is equivalent to the Burau representation and so we would expect the closure of a classical braid to have?0 zero. We now con?rm this by looking at the?xed points of Si › 百度文库 › 互联网.

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LIE GROUPS, BURAU REPRESENTATION, AND NON-CONJUGATE BRAIDS WITH THE SAME CLOSURE LINK This is a preprint. I would be grateful for any comments and corrections.

Stoimenow with a contribution by T. Yoshino Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, KyotoJapan e-mail: {stoimeno,yoshino}@ CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract.

We use the unitarization of the Burau representation, found by Squier, and some Lie group arguments, to extend the previous construction of infinite sequences of pairwise non-conjugate braids with the same closure link of a non-minimal number of (and at least 4) ?doi= Non-conjugate braids with the same closure and non-conjugate braids with the same closure link book from density of representations.

Author links open overlay Braid groups and links Standard facts about braid groups and braid closures can be found e.g. in Birman’s book [4]. The n-strand braid group B n is considered generated by the Artin standard generators σ i for i = 1,n− 1 [1,16 representations burau representation the same link by two moves, conjugacy in the braid group, and (de)stabilization, which passes between β ∈ Bn and βσ±1 n ∈ Bn+1 (where β is regarded in Bn+1 via the canonical inclusion Bn ⊂ Bn+1; see e.g.

[4,29]). Thus conjugate braids always give the same closure link, but it is in general difﬁcult to describe Request PDF | Non-conjugate braids with the same closure link from density of representations | We use some Lie group theory and the unitarizations of the Burau and Lawrence–Krammer LIE GROUPS, BURAU REPRESENTATION, AND NON-CONJUGATE BRAIDS WITH THE SAME CLOSURE LINK This is a preprint.

I would be grateful for any comments and corrections. By A. Stoimenow and T. Yoshino. Abstract. Abstract. We use the unitarization of the Burau representation, found by Squier, and some Lie group arguments, to extend the previous Request PDF | On non-conjugate braids with the same closure link | We use a refinement of an argument by Shinjo, and some study of the 3-strand Burau representation, to extend from knots to links We use a refinement of an argument by Shinjo, and some study of the 3-strand Burau representation, to extend from knots to links her previous construction of infinite sequences of pairwise non-conjugate braids with the same closure of a non-minimal number of (and at least 4) :// On non-conjugate braids with the same closure link On non-conjugate braids with the same closure link Stoimenow, Alexander J.

Geom. 96 (), – Springer Basel AG /09/ published online Ap Journal of Geometry DOI /sz On non-conjugate braids with the same closure link Alexander Stoimenow :// Conjugate braids have the same axis addition link. If one can distinguish axis addition links by some link invariant, then braids are not conjugate.

Use (the lowest term of) the Conway polynomial (and choose well). First step of extension: Theorem 14 (S. ’06) In theo K does not need to be a knot, but should be a non-pure braid. Then c Alexander STOIMENOW (with a contribution by o) Lie Groups, Burau Representation, and Non-conjugate Braids with the Same Closure Link December, [] [RIMSpdf] RIMS Yasuhito MIYAMOTO An Instability Criterion for Activator-Inhibitor Systems in a Two-Dimensional Ball II November, [] [RIMSpdf] Lie Groups, Burau Representation, and Non-conjugate Braids with the Same Closure Link →index 所属 (過去の研究課題情報に基づく)：大阪市立大学, 研究分野：幾何学, キーワード：braid group,archiral knot,Hecke algebra,link polynomial,組紐群,表現,Lie群,絡み目,unitary,稠密, 研究課題数：1, 研究成果 A.

Stoimenow, Lie groups, Burau representation, and non-conjugate braids with the same closure link, preprint. Stoimenow, The density of Lawrence-Krammer and non-conjugate braid representations of links, preprint arXiv between knots and braids.

Constructing a link from a braid is an easy task: Deﬁnition 2 Let b be a braid, the closure, ¯b, of b is formed by connecting the starting points with its endpoints by parallel, non-weaving lines (Figure 7). 6~radko/w/ $\begingroup$ Ian, your first paragraph is a bit ambiguous, and the interpretation that was most obvious to me is wrong.

It is not true that two conjugate, positive braids are related by cyclic shifts and type III Reidemeister moves. That Theorem you refer to is about conjugation by certain special positive braids, but it's not obvious when you can do that and still have a positive braid, as //when-do-two-positive-braids-represent-the-same-link.

August 12The First Topology Workshop KAIST (talk ‘Lie groups, Burau represen-tation, and non-conjugate braids with the same closure link’) JanuaryThe Fifth EastAsia School of Knots and RelatedTopics, Gyeongju, Korea (talk ‘Lie groups, Burau representation, and non-conjugate braids with the same closure link’) 履歴書 (C URRICULUM V ITAE) ストイメノブ アレクサンダー 氏名 (Alexander Stoimenow) 生年月日 昭和49 年5 月20 日 (ブルガリア・ソフィア都) 国籍 ブルガリア 住所 〒 京都市左京区北白川西町88ユニハイツ室号 勤務先 京都大学 数理解析研究所 〒 京都市左京区北白川追分町 電話（携帯） The braid groups B n were introduced by E.

Artin eighty years ago [], although their significance to mathematics was possibly realized a century earlier by Gauss, as evidenced by sketches of braids in his notebooks, and later in the nineteenth century by braid groups provide a very attractive blending of geometry and algebra, and have applications in a wide variety of areas of The branch of topology and algebra concerned with braids, the groups formed by their equivalence classes and various generalizations of these groups.

A braid on strings is an object consisting of two parallel planes and in three-dimensional space, containing two ordered sets of points and, and of simple non-intersecting arcs, intersecting each parallel plane between and exactly once. Burau representation, and non-conjugate braids with the same closure link' [2] The Fifth East Asia School of Knots and Related Topics, January, Gyeongju, Korea, talk `Lie groups, Burau representation, and non-conjugate braids First of all, as was already mentioned, braids naturally arise as objects in 3-space.

Let us consider two parallel planes P 0 and P 1 in R 3, which contain two ordered sets of points A 1, A n ∈ P 0 and B 1, B n ∈ P points are lying on parallel lines L A and L B respectively. The space between the planes P 0 and P 1 we denote by e that the point B i is lying under earlier, we will prove that both can be used to distinguish unequal braids (cf.

Theorem 1) but that neither always distinguishes non-conjugate braids (cf. Theorem 2 and Corollary 2). These invariants share other structural features, including a relationship with the Burau representation: B n!GL n(Z[T 1]) (cf.

Remarks and ).