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HIGHER DIMENSIONAL ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY

@inproceedings{Yuzawa2006HIGHERDA,
  title={HIGHER DIMENSIONAL ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY},
  author={Echigo Yuzawa and Shigeharu Takayama and Osamu Fujino and Takehiko Yasuda and Dan Abramovich and Yoshinori Namikawa and Jarosław Włodarczyk},
  year={2006}
}
I will talk about termination of flips in dimension 4 following AHacon-Kawamata and the work of Shokurov since then. 
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