On the Hyperbolicity Locus of a Real Curve
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Given a real algebraic curve in the projective 3-space, its hyperbolicity locus is the set of lines with respect to which the curve is hyperbolic. We give an example of a smooth irreducible curve whose hyperbolicity locus is disconnected but the connected components are not distinguished by the linking numbers with the connected components of the curve.
Key wordsalgebraic curve algebraic knot
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