Published by Duke University Press since its inception in 1935, the Duke Mathematical Journal is one of the world's leading mathematical journals. DMJ emphasizes the most active and influential areas of current mathematics. Advance publication of articles online is available.

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  • ISSN: 0012-7094 (print), 1547-7398 (electronic)
  • Publisher: Duke University Press
  • Discipline(s): Mathematics
  • Full text available in Euclid: 1935--
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A topological property of asymptotically conical self-shrinkers of small entropy

Jacob Bernstein and Lu Wang Volume 166, Number 3 (2017)

For any asymptotically conical self-shrinker with entropy less than or equal to that of a cylinder we show that the link of the asymptotic cone must separate the unit sphere into exactly two connected components, both diffeomorphic to the self-shrinker. Combining this with recent work of Brendle, we conclude that the round sphere uniquely minimizes the entropy among all nonflat two-dimensional self-shrinkers. This confirms a conjecture of Colding, Ilmanen, Minicozzi, and White in dimension two.