I refer to the list here: https://math.berkeley.edu/~kirby/ entitled "Problems in Low-Dimensional Topology"(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Question says it all. I am giving a graduate level presentation to a group that includes some knot theorists. (I believe the collective term for knot theorists is a "tangle" ) and I'm just wondering if this list is just one person's collection or a well known collection that keeps knot theorists up at night. The research I am presenting (not my own) answers affirmatively one of the questions in the list.

(For those who don't know, it is a huge list, about 380 pages, which has been growing since 1995).

Regards,

Dave K

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# Is "Kirby's Problem List" fairly familiar to Knot Theorists?

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