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This is kht++, a program for computing Khovanov invariants for links and tangles.

An installation guide and some documentation are available at the kht++ homepage. Installation instructions are also contained in the file docs/Installation.md. For feedback, questions, and bug reports, please send an email to cbz20@posteo.net.

How to cite

If you find this program useful in your research, please make sure to cite it as:

Claudius Zibrowius, kht++, a program for computing Khovanov invariants for
links and tangles, https://cbz20.raspberryip.com/code/khtpp/docs/, <date>. 

Bibtex (requires \usepackage{hyperref}).

@misc{khtpp,
author = {Zibrowius, Claudius},
howpublished = {URL: \url{https://cbz20.raspberryip.com/code/khtpp/docs/}},
title = {kht++, a program for computing {K}hovanov invariants for links and tangles},
month = {<current month>},
year = {<current year>},
} 

Acknowledgements

kht++ was written by Claudius Zibrowius while being supported through the following grants:

  • Lukas Lewark's Emmy Noether Grant of the DFG, project number 412851057
  • An Individual Research Grant of the DFG, project number 505125645

The following people have contributed to this project in one form or another:

  • Tom Brown, advice on sparse matrices in python and C++
  • Gurkeerat Chhina, co-author of KhT, a prototype for kht++ written in python as part of a UBC undergraduate research project
  • Artem Kotelskiy, co-author of the papers on which this program is based [1,2,3,4,5]
  • Lukas Lewark, advice and moral support
  • Liam Watson, co-author of the papers on which this program is based [1,2,3,4,5]