The Walsh model for $M_2^*$ Carleson

  title={The Walsh model for \$M\_2^*\$ Carleson},
  author={Ciprian Demeter and Michael T. Lacey and Terence Tao and Christoph Thiele},
  journal={Revista Matematica Iberoamericana},
We study the Walsh model of a certain maximal truncation of Carleson's operator, related to the Return Times Theorem from Ergodic Theory. 

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