It is well known that every knot-type has a representative
given by a polynomial embedding from $\mathbb{R}$ to $\mathbb{R}^3$ and
such a representation is not unique. Also two polynomial representations
of the same knot-type can be continuously deformed by a one parameter family
of polynomial embeddings. In this situation the question of choosing
an ideal poynomial representation makes sense. We have made an effort to
define an Energy function on the space of polynomial knots and based
on this function we call a polynomial representation of a given knot-type
with minimum energy to be the ideal one.