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Alternating Link which has a LINK DIAGRAM underpasses and overpasses. A LINK see also ALMOST Alternating Knot An alternating knot is a KNOT which possesses a knot diagram in which crossings alternate between under- and overpasses. Not all knot diagrams of alternating knots need be alternating diagrams. The TREFOIL KNOT and FIGURE-OF-EIGHT KNOT are alternating knots. One of TAIT'S KNOT CONJECTURES states that the number of crossings is the same for any diagram of a reduced alternating knot. Furthermore, a reduced alternating projection of a knot has the least number of crossings for any projection of that knot.
The to the Knot Mathematical Freeman, pp. 165469, Book: Theory 1994. An Elementary of Knots. New Introduction York: W. H. Alexander, J. W. " Trans. Amer. Math. Sot. 30, 275-306, 1928. Alexander-Spanier Cohomology Algebra Alexander, J. W. ” Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 9, 93-95, 1923, Doll, H. and Hoste, J. ” Math. Comput. 57, 747-761, 1991. Jones, V. ” Bull. Amer. Math. Sot. 12, 103-111, 1985. Rolfsen, D. ” Appendix C in Knots and Links. Wilmington, DE: Publish or Perish Press, pp. 280-287, 1976. Stoimenow, A.
The Algorithm Design Manual. Springer-Verlag, 1997. Wilf, H. Algorithms and Complexity. edu/-uilf/. Algorithmic New Cliffs, NJ: COMPLEXITY The problem is called the billiard problem because it corresponds to finding the POINT on the edge of a circular “BILLIARD" table at which a cue ball at a given POINT must be aimed in order to carom once off the edge of the table and strike another ball at a second given POINT. The solution leads to a BIQUADRATIC EQUATION of the form - y”) - 2Kxy + (x2 + y2)(hy - kx) = 0.