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Jonathan Schneider University of Illinois Chicago Virtual 2-knots
This is a 2-sphere immersed in R 3. Its cross section is a closed curve.
I cut a slice out so you can see inside.
This is a 2-knot diagram. Its cross section is a classical 1-knot diagram.
This is a virtual 2-knot diagram. Its cross-section is a virtual 1-knot diagram.
The crossings in a virtual 2-knot diagram are either classical or virtual. Classical crossing Virtual crossing
Crossings are closed curves or open intervals. These disks cross in a circle.This tube crosses itself in an interval.
Interval crossings end at pinch points. classical virtual
Some crossings contain triple points. Example: Three intersecting spheres
In a classical 2-knot diagram this is allowedand this is forbidden.
In a virtual 2-knot diagram, these are also allowed: pure virtual triple point mixed triple point
…but these are forbidden: welded triple point unwelded triple point woven triple point
The movie of a triple point is a legal virtual III-move. classicalmixedpure virtual
Forbidden triple points have forbidden moves in their movies. unordered classical weldedunweldedwoven
2-knot diagrams are equivalent if related by Roseman moves. I-bubble move I-saddle move II-bubble move II-saddle move
These Roseman moves involve triple points. III move branch pass quadruple point
Use the Roseman moves to separate the three spheres. III-move II-bubble moves This works even if some of the crossings are virtual.
Thank you. Another virtual 2-knot. Jonathan Schneider University of Illinois Chicago email@example.com
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