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Annals of Mathematics, II. Series Vol. 151, No. 1, pp. 193268 (2000) 

Gauge theory and calibrated geometry. IGang TianReview from Zentralblatt MATH: The author studies a new natural interaction between YangMills connections, which are critical points of a YangMills action associated to a vector bundle, and minimal submanifolds, which have been studied a lot for several years in classical differential geometry and the calculus of variations. All the results of this paper can be generalized to the case of the YangMillsHiggs equation as it is mentioned in the paper. In the last chapter of this paper the author discusses compactification of the moduli space of antiselfdual instantons and some related problems. Reviewed by Th.M.Rassias Keywords: gauge theory; calibrated geometry; YangMills equations; moduli spaces; compactification; connections; blowup loci Classification (MSC2000): 58E15 81T13 Full text of the article:
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