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Global solution for the Yang-Mills gradient flow on 4-manifolds

  • Hideo Kozono (a1), Yoshiaki Maeda (a2) (a3) and Hisashi Naito (a4)

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In this paper, we will study a global weak solution for the Yang-Mills gradient flow on a closed (i.e., compact without boundary) 4-manifold. Let us explain some notion briefly to be able to state our results.

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  • Hideo Kozono (a1), Yoshiaki Maeda (a2) (a3) and Hisashi Naito (a4)

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