Mathematical Research Letters

Volume 17 (2010)

Number 1

Singularities of Lagrangian Mean Curvature Flow: Monotone case

Pages: 109 – 126

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4310/MRL.2010.v17.n1.a9

Author

André Neves (Princeton University)

Abstract

We study the formation of singularities for the mean curvature flow of monotone Lagrangians in $\C^n$. More precisely, we show that if singularities happen before a critical time then the tangent flow can be decomposed into a finite union of area-minimizing Lagrangian cones (Slag cones). When $n=2$, we can improve this result by showing that each connected components of the rescaled flow converge to an area-minimizing cone, as opposed to possible non-area minimizing union of Slag cones. In the last section, we give specific examples for which such singularity formation occurs.

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