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C. Rong who, together with Kleiner and Lott, made significant contributions to the workshop. Before, during, and after this workshop, we have benefitted from private conversations too numerous to count with Bruce Kleiner and John Lott. Several of the analytic points were worked out in detail by others, and we have freely adapted their work. Rugang Ye wrote a set of notes proving the Lipschitz properties of the length function and proving the fact that the cut locus for the reduced length function is of measure zero.

We will say that Ric ≥ k (or ≤ k) if all the eigenvalues of Ric are ≥ k (or ≤ k). Clearly, the curvatures are natural in the sense that if F : N → M is a diffeomorphism and if g is a Riemannian metric on M , then F ∗ g is a Riemannian metric on N and we have Rm(F ∗ g) = F ∗ (Rm(g)), Ric(F ∗ g) = F ∗ (Ric(g)), and R(F ∗ g) = F ∗ (R(g)). 1. Consequences of the Bianchi identities. There is one consequence of the second Bianchi identity that will be important later. For any contravariant two-tensor ω on M (such as Ric or Hess(f )) we define the contravariant one-tensor div(ω) as follows: For any vector field X we set div(ω)(X) = ∇∗ ω(X) = grs ∇r (ω)(X, ∂s ).

First, we introduce generalized Ricci flows, and then introduce the length function in this context and establish the basic monotonicity results. Then we have a chapter on stronger results for the length function in the case of complete manifolds with bounded curvature. At this point we are in a position to prove the needed results about the Ricci flow from the standard solution. Then we are ready to define the 30 INTRODUCTION surgery process and prove the inductive non-collapsing results and the existence of canonical neighborhoods.

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