Iain Moffatt

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Recently S. Chmutov introduced a generalization of the dual of a ribbon graph (or equivalently an embedded graph) and proved a relation between Bollobás and Riordan’s ribbon graph polynomial of a ribbon graph and of its generalized duals. Here I show that the duality relation satisfied by the ribbon graph polynomial can be understood in terms of knot theory(More)
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In this paper, we extend the recently introduced concept of partially dual ribbon graphs to graphs. We then go on to characterize partial duality of graphs in terms of bijections between edge sets of corresponding graphs. This result generalizes a well known result of J. Edmonds in which natural duality of graphs is characterized in terms of edge(More)
Building a structure using self-assembly of DNA molecules by origami folding requires finding a route for the scaffolding strand through the desired structure. When the target structure is a 1-complex (or the geometric realization of a graph), an optimal route corresponds to an Eulerian circuit through the graph with minimum turning cost. By showing that it(More)
It is well a known and fundamental result that the Jones polynomial can be expressed as Potts and vertex partition functions of signed plane graphs. Here we consider constructions of the Jones polynomial as state models of unsigned graphs and show that the Jones polynomial of any link can be expressed as a vertex model of an unsigned embedded graph. In the(More)
Partial duality generalizes the fundamental concept of the geometric dual of an embedded graph. A partial dual is obtained by forming the geometric dual with respect to only a subset of edges. While geometric duality preserves the genus of an embedded graph, partial duality does not. Here we are interested in the problem of determining which edge sets of an(More)
We consider two operations on an edge of an embedded graph (or equivalently a ribbon graph): giving a half-twist to the edge, and taking the partial dual with respect to the edge. These two operations give rise to an action of S3 |E(G)|, the ribbon group, on G. The action of the ribbon group on embedded graphs extends the concepts of duality, partial(More)