Integral Norms of Trigonometric Polynomials
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For trigonometric polynomials with coefficients equal to 1 or 0 in absolute value whose spectra are located on the left-hand side of binary blocks, we establish two-sided estimates of the L1-norm.
trigonometric polynomial L1-norm two-sided estimates of L1-norm lacunary sequence binary block Lebesgue constant
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