By Dorothy Buck and Erica Flapan, Dorothy Buck, Erica Flapan

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Over the last 20-30 years, knot idea has rekindled its old ties with biology, chemistry, and physics as a method of constructing extra refined descriptions of the entanglements and homes of usual phenomena--from strings to natural compounds to DNA. This quantity relies at the 2008 AMS brief path, functions of Knot concept. the purpose of the fast direction and this quantity, whereas no longer overlaying all facets of utilized knot conception, is to supply the reader with a mathematical appetizer, to be able to stimulate the mathematical urge for food for extra learn of this intriguing box. No previous wisdom of topology, biology, chemistry, or physics is thought. particularly, the 1st 3 chapters of this quantity introduce the reader to knot idea (by Colin Adams), topological chirality and molecular symmetry (by Erica Flapan), and DNA topology (by Dorothy Buck). the second one 1/2 this quantity is concentrated on 3 specific functions of knot concept. Louis Kauffman discusses purposes of knot conception to physics, Nadrian Seeman discusses how topology is utilized in DNA nanotechnology, and Jonathan Simon discusses the statistical and lively homes of knots and their relation to molecular biology

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2. 35). 3. 44). 1. A very large number of examples along these lines can be given. 's does not seem to be known. 2. For other aspects of the problems considered in this chapter, such as controllability, time optimal, duality, etc. we refer to Lions [1]. For problems with delays, we refer to J. K. Aggarwal [1], Delfour and Mitter [1], Banks, Jambs and Latina [1], Kushner and Barnes [1], P. J. Reeve [1], A. Bensoussan [3], E. Pardoux [1] and the bibliographies therein. 9. Complement. 's. 14 We could also extend, along similar lines, the considerations of § 8.

11). Since ua -> u in L2(0, T) weakly, we have to prove that (STRONGLY). But we have so that since / -> y in L2(Q) strongly (cf. 3). 12) follows. 1. The result we have just proved shows the existence of optimal positions for the fry's. 's. 2. We assumed the fr/s to be "inside" Q. One can also treat the case where the fr/s are on F (see Fig. 5). For a given b e F, let us define FIG. 15) is well-defined since for all (f) e H:(Q) we can define the trace of

e # 1/2 (F). 2 apply: given bv, • • • , bm e F, there exists a unique function y which satisfies 4 5 Cf.

1. We assume the boundary T to be smooth. Cf. Lions and Magenes, loc. cit. 20)), then f -> y in L 2 (I) strongly. Proof. By using the compactness result of Lions [2], Chap. 21) implies that ya -> y in L 2 (£) strongly. 3. We can also introduce in J(v, b) an extra term, say, ^V(bl, • • • , b m ), taking into account the implementation of the device at point b-r This introduces no extra difficulty. 4. The optimal positions of the fe/s will in general depend on the z d 's. If we consider "desired" functions zd of the form GIVEN IN then J(y, b) = ^(i\ b; / , , • • • , /,q) and we can introduce as final cost function: (More generally we could use cylindrical measures on the space spanned by z d .

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