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“…A different proof was later obtained by Oh [30,31], using the Yang-Mills heat flow. Global regularity for the Yang-Mills system for small critical Sobolev data for n ≥ 6 was established by the first author and Sterbenz [21].…”

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“…A different proof was later obtained by Oh [30,31], using the Yang-Mills heat flow. Global regularity for the Yang-Mills system for small critical Sobolev data for n ≥ 6 was established by the first author and Sterbenz [21].…”

“…Their proof in particular shows that the equations are well-posed in local lightcones, with solutions determined only by the data at the base of the lightcone. Further improvements have been obtained by Klainerman and Machedon [11][12][13] and others [15,18,19].…”

“…This has later been improved to data merely bounded in the energy space for MKG by Klainerman-Machedon in [11] and for the non-abelian case of Yang-Mills equations in e.g. [12], [20], [24]. Since then there has been an extensive literature on generalizations and extensions of this classical result, aiming at improving the regularity of the initial data in order to construct a global solution, see [14], [8], [13], [18], [21], [22] and references therein.…”