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Decoupling inequalities for short generalized Dirichlet sequences

  title={Decoupling inequalities for short generalized Dirichlet sequences},
  author={Yu Fu and Larry Guth and Dominique Maldague},
We study decoupling theory for functions on R with Fourier transform supported in a neighborhood of short Dirichlet sequences {log n} 1/2 n=N+1 , as well as sequences with similar convexity properties. We utilize the wave packet structure of functions with frequency support near an arithmetic progression. 

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