Most computations of the A-polynomial are based on gluing equations, and are not proven to be equal to the correct value of the A-polynomial. (See the description section for the A-polynomial for details regarding the various defintions of the A-polynomial, and possible distinctions between them.) Thus, we break our tables into three parts:
Two-Bridge Knots provide by Jim Hoste. These are computed in terms of the formal definition of the A-polynomial.
Extended computations provide by Marc Culler. These are computed in terms of tetrahedral gluing equations.
Tetrahedral enumeration This is a longer table, including all knots in the present tetrahedral census. These computations are also based on tetrahedral gluing equations and were provide by Marc Culler.