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Algebraic and Heegaard–Floer invariants of knots with slice Bing doubles

  • JAE CHOON CHA (a1), CHARLES LIVINGSTON (a2) and DANIEL RUBERMAN (a3)
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If the Bing double of a knot K is slice, then K is algebraically slice. In addition the Heegaard–Floer concordance invariants τ, developed by Ozsváth–Szabó, and δ, developed by Manolescu and Owens, vanish on K.

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