books.google.com - The subject of knot polynomials has grown by leaps and bounds, with contributions from mathematicians and physicists. This book has its origins in two short courses given by the author in Italy in 1985. The first part is combinatorial, elementary, devoted to the bracket polynomial as state model, partition...http://books.google.com/books/about/Knots_and_Physics.html?id=av05vRwIKIwC&q=given&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareKnots and Physics