By S. Suzuki

This can be the court cases of a world workshop on knot concept held in July 1996 at Waseda collage convention Centre. It was once prepared by way of the foreign examine Institute of Mathematical Society of Japan. The workshop was once attended by means of approximately a hundred and eighty mathematicians from Japan and 14 different nations. such a lot of them have been experts in knot conception. the amount comprises forty three papers, which care for major present examine in knot conception, low-dimensional topology and similar issues. the quantity comprises papers by means of the subsequent invited audio system: G. Burde, T. Deguchi, R. Fenn, L.H. Kauffman, J. Levine, J.M. Montesinos(-A), H.R. Morton, ok. Murasugi, T. Soma and D.W. Sumners.

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