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Unsolved Problems in Virtual Knot Theory and Combinatorial Knot Theory

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Unsolved Problems in Virtual Knot Theory and Combinatorial Knot Theory
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 66

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The purpose of this paper is to give an introduction to virtual knot theory and to record a collection of research problems that the authors have found fascinating. The second section of the paper introduces the theory and discusses some problems in that context.

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