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Khovanov Homology Class Representatives with Reidemeister I Moves

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title
Khovanov Homology Class Representatives with Reidemeister I Moves
author
Pickard, Emma Hollan
abstract
In 1999, Mikhail Khovanov introduced Khovanov homology as a knot invariant. The aim of this research is to provide a way in which less experienced students can explore Khovanov Homology, and to provide detail on representatives of homology classes.
subject
Algebraic topology
Khovanov homolohu
knot theory
contributor
Howards, Hugh N (advisor)
Parsley, Jason R (committee member)
Mason, Sarah K (committee member)
date
2023-06-07T08:35:48Z (accessioned)
2023-06-07T08:35:48Z (available)
2023 (issued)
degree
Mathematics (discipline)
identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/102118 (uri)
language
en (iso)
publisher
Wake Forest University
type
Thesis

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