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Decay of Fourier coefficients for Furstenberg measures

  title={Decay of Fourier coefficients for Furstenberg measures},
  author={T. C. Dinh and Lucas Kaufmann and Hao Wu},
Let ν be the Furstenberg measure associated with a non-elementary probability measure μ on SL2(R). We show that, when μ has a finite second moment, the Fourier coefficients of ν tend to zero at infinity. In other words, ν is a Rajchman measure. This improves a recent result of Jialun Li. 

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