Free Boundaries in Geometric Measure Theory and Applications
The most famous problem in the theory of minimal surfaces is the so called Plateau problem, where one is looking for a minimal surface spanning a given boundary. This is a problem with a fixed boundary and was essentially solved around 1930 by Douglas and Radó.
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