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I created a short page for chord diagram, and also added a bit of relevant information to Vassiliev invariant.
added these pointers:
Discussion of chord diagrams encoding SYK model correlators as representing hyperbolic/holographic content:
{#BINT18} Micha Berkooz, Mikhail Isachenkov, Vladimir Narovlansky, Genis Torrents, Section 5 of: Towards a full solution of the large $N$ double-scaled SYK model, JHEP 03 (2019) 079 (arxiv:1811.02584)
{#Narovlansky19} Vladimir Narovlansky, Slide 23 (of 28) of: Towards a Solution of Large $N$ Double-Scaled SYK, Nazareth 2019 (pdf, NarovlanskySYK19.pdf:file)
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In a new Properties section Relation to Chern-Simns diagrams I added pointer to chord diagrams modulo 4T are Chern-Simons diagrams modulo STU.
No other text yet. To be expanded. But not tonight.
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added pointer to these two, which might be close to the earliest appearance of the concept of chord diagrams (?):
Paul R. Stein, On a class of linked diagrams, I. Enumeration, Elsevier Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A Volume 24, Issue 3, May 1978, Pages 357-366 (doi:10.1016/0097-3165(78)90065-1)
Paul R. Stein, C. J. Everett, On a class of linked diagrams II. asymptotics, Discrete Mathematics Volume 21, Issue 3, 1978, Pages 309-318 (doi:10.1016/0012-365X(78)90162-0)
there is an evident general encoding of hyperbolic tesselations by round chord diagrams.
Is this made explicit anywhere?
In particular, I am wondering about the following:
It should be possible to obtain the round chord diagram for an $\{n,k\}$ tesselation at some finite stage by starting with a suitable horizontal chord diagram on $n-1$ strands, then iteratively “cabling” it into itself and forming vertical composites of that with itself, and finally taking the trace to a round chord diagram with a cyclic permutation.
Is this described anywhere?
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