# On the non-vanishing conjecture and existence of log minimal models

@article{Hashizume2016OnTN, title={On the non-vanishing conjecture and existence of log minimal models}, author={Kenta Hashizume}, journal={arXiv: Algebraic Geometry}, year={2016} }

We prove that the non-vanishing conjecture and the log minimal model conjecture for projective log canonical pairs can be reduced to the non-vanishing conjecture for smooth projective varieties such that the boundary divisor is zero.

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