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An algebraic computation of the Alexander polynomial of a plane algebraic curve. (English) Zbl 0524.14028

MSC:
14H45 Special algebraic curves and curves of low genus
14H30 Coverings of curves, fundamental group
57Q45 Knots and links in high dimensions (PL-topology) (MSC2010)
57M25 Knots and links in the \(3\)-sphere (MSC2010)
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