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A set with no Riesz basis of exponentials

  title={A set with no Riesz basis of exponentials},
  author={Gady Kozma and Shahaf Nitzan and Alexander Olevskiǐ},
We show that there exists a bounded subset of R such that no system of exponentials can be a Riesz basis for the corresponding Hilbert space. An additional result gives a lower bound for the Riesz constant of any putative Riesz basis of the two dimensional disk. 
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