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An upper bound on the dimension of the Rauzy gasket

  title={An upper bound on the dimension of the Rauzy gasket},
  author={Mark Pollicott and Benedict Sewell},
In this note, we give an elementary proof that the Hausdorff dimension of the Rauzy gasket is at most 1.7407, improving upon results of Avila et al. and Fougeron. 

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