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Bring the unshaded disk to the bottom of the shaded disk making the horizontal bands vertical (Figure 3, right). Now, we have braided the Seifert surface, and since there are B(L) + j (|Cj | − 1) + 1 = b(L) horizontal disks, the boundary of this surface is a minimal string braid for L. Fig. 3. Braiding a 2-bridge link surface 5. Some examples Let K be the knot S(41, 24), also known as 918 . Since 24/41 = [2, 4, 2, 4], b(K) = (0 + 1 + 0 + 1) + 1 + 1 = 4, and g(K) = 2. So the minimalstring, minimal-length braid has four strings and seven bands.
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(83, 64)-Konfigurationen in Laguerre-, Mobius-und weiteren Geometrien by Benz W.