Ukrainian Mathematical Journal

, Volume 49, Issue 9, pp 1386–1392 | Cite as

New polynomials of knots

  • A. O. Prishlyak


For some knots and links with respect to regular isotopy, we introduce a new invariant, which is a Laurent polynomial in three variables. The properties of this invariant are studied.


Space Versus Common Point Free Module Relation Versus Laurent Polynomial 
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