About “bulky” links generated by generalized Möbius–listing bodies \( GML_2^n \)
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In this paper, we consider the “bulky knots” and “bulky links,” which appear after cutting of a Generalized Möbius–Listing \( GML_2^n \) body (with the radial cross section a convex plane 2-symmetric figure with two vertices) along a different Generalized Möbius–Listing surfaces \( GML_2^n \) situated in it. The aim of this report is to investigate the number and geometric structure of the independent objects that appear after such a cutting process of \( GML_2^n \) bodies. In most cases we are able to count the indices of the resulting mathematical objects according to the known classification for the standard knots and links.
KeywordsBasic Line Cutting Process Radial Cross Section Border Line Convex Plane
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