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The long and meandering route that led from the resolution of the unknot recognition problem to the Virtual Haken Conjecture winds in and out of topology, geometry, combinatorics, group theory, PDE, and many other fields.
Wolfgang Haken solved the Unknotting Problem and the Four Color Problem, and showed that the techniques he had developed for the solution of the Unknotting Problem could be applied far beyond the original problem.
One of the charms of mathematics is that simple rules can generate complex and fascinating patterns, which raise questions whose answers require profound thought.
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