Notes:

- As with all of these, note that the link never changes during the fibration.
- This is not really an example of Milnor's Fibration Theorem, since this function does not have a singularity at the origin. However, we can do the same process, and we still get a fibration.
- The link is a (1, 3)-torus link, which is just a trivial knot.
- The genus of the "double fiber + link" is (1-1)(3-1) = 0, which means it is topologically a sphere.
- If I used the function z-w, I would get pictures that are topologically equivalent. The link would be a circle and the double fibers would be spheres. I thought this example looked more interesting, even though it is technically the same.

Created by Dan Dreibelbis. Last modified 7/18/10.