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Rigidity of spherical product Ricci solitons

@inproceedings{Sun2021RigidityOS,
  title={Rigidity of spherical product Ricci solitons},
  author={Ao Sun and Jonathan J. Zhu},
  year={2021}
}
We show that S × S is isolated as a shrinking Ricci soliton in the space of metrics, up to scaling and diffeomorphism. We also prove the same rigidity for S × N , where N belongs to a certain class of closed Einstein manifolds. These results are the Ricci flow analogues of our results for Clifford-type shrinking solitons for the mean curvature flow. 
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