# Number of prime knots with n crossings

A prime knot is:

a non-trivial knot which cannot be written as the knot sum of two non-trivial knots.

Explanation of a knot-sum: put the two knots adjacent,

... then draw two lines between them, to the same strand on each side, and remove the part between the lines you just drew. This composition of two knots will form a new, non-prime knot.

Here are all prime knots with 7 or fewer crossings (the Unknot is not prime):

You need to output the number of unique prime knots for a given number of crossings.

1   0
2   0
3   1
4   1
5   2
6   3
7   7
8   21
9   49
10  165
11  552
12  2176
13  9988
14  46972
15  253293
16  1388705


I don't think the values are known for inputs larger than 16, but if given such an input, your code would need to find the correct result given enough time.

OEIS - A002863

# Mathematica + KnotTheory, 13 bytes
NumberOfKnots
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