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Kontsevich invariant

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  1. and any finite type invariant can be presented as a linear combination of such coefficients

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  2. a term from the mathematical theory of knots

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  3. defined by monodromy along solutions of the Knizhnik-Zamolodchikov equations

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  4. also a universal quantum invariant in the sense that any quantum invariant may be recovered by substituting the appropriate weight system into any Jacobi diagram

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  5. defined by Maxim Kontsevich

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