# Mean curvature flow of arbitrary co-dimensional Reifenberg sets

@article{Hershkovits2015MeanCF, title={Mean curvature flow of arbitrary co-dimensional Reifenberg sets}, author={Or Hershkovits}, journal={Calculus of Variations and Partial Differential Equations}, year={2015}, volume={57}, pages={1-15} }

We study the existence and uniqueness of smooth mean curvature flow, in arbitrary dimension and co-dimension, emanating from so called k-dimensional $$(\varepsilon ,R)$$(ε,R) Reifenberg flat sets in $$\mathbb {R}^n$$Rn. The Reifenberg condition, roughly speaking, says that the set has a weak metric notion of a k-dimensional tangent plane at every point and scale, but those tangents are allowed to tilt as the scales vary. We show that if the Reifenberg parameter $$\varepsilon $$ε is small enough… CONTINUE READING

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