Siefert surface I

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Seifert surface
Ghys110.jpg
Field: Algebra
Image Created By: Jos Leys
Website: Mathematical Imagery

Seifert surface

A Seifert surface, a subset of dynamic systems.


A More Mathematical Explanation

A Seifert surface is a surface bounded by a knot.

A Seifert surface is a surface bounded by a knot.




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Jos Leys runs Mathematical Imagery, a site on which he posts the mathematical images that he creates in a variety of fields using tools like Ultrafractal.


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