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I would like to know the proof of uniqueness of decomposition into prime knots is for a given knot or for a given equivalence class of knots and how to see it. Thanks.

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Googling yields math.ucla.edu/~radko/191.1.05w/marcos.pdf for one proof. –  user31714 Dec 25 '12 at 6:28

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