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# Theorems on the Regularity and Singularity of Minimal Surfaces and Harmonic Maps

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## Abstract

These lectures are meant as an introduction to the analytic aspects of the study of regularity properties and singularities of minimal surfaces and harmonic maps.

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Minimal Surface Approximation Property Compactness Theorem Regularity Theorem Lipschitz Graph
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