By Terence Tao

Additive combinatorics is the idea of counting additive constructions in units. This thought has noticeable intriguing advancements and dramatic adjustments in course in recent times because of its connections with components corresponding to quantity concept, ergodic conception and graph concept. This graduate point textual content will let scholars and researchers effortless access into this interesting box. right here, for the 1st time, the authors collect in a self-contained and systematic demeanour the various diverse instruments and concepts which are utilized in the fashionable concept, proposing them in an obtainable, coherent, and intuitively transparent demeanour, and offering instant functions to difficulties in additive combinatorics. the ability of those instruments is easily proven within the presentation of contemporary advances corresponding to Szemerédi's theorem on mathematics progressions, the Kakeya conjecture and Erdos distance difficulties, and the constructing box of sum-product estimates. The textual content is supplemented via numerous workouts and new effects.

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Tn . Then there exists a constant Ck > 0 depending only on k such that P |Y − E(Y )| ≥ Ck λk−1/2 E≥0 (Y )E≥1 (Y ) = Ok e−λ/4+(k−1) log n for all λ > 0. 7 Concentration of polynomials 35 (Y ) its mean, and in fact we have Y = (1 + Ok EE≥1 logk−1/2 n E(Y ) with high ≥0 (Y ) probability. In applications in additive number theory, we frequently deal with the case when Y is roughly of size log n. 36 ineffective. 37 [378] Let k, n ≥ 1 and β, γ , > 0. If Y = Y (t1 , . . , tn ) is a regular polynomial (not necessarily simplified) of n independent boolean variables t1 , .

2) we see that with probability 1, we have Dk ,n < K for all but finitely many n. 39) we obtain the claim. 15. 44 Let k ≥ 2, and let B ⊂ Z+ be a random subset of Z+ , defined by letting x ∈ B be independent with probability P(x ∈ B) = min(C x 1/k−1 log1/k x, 1) for some positive constant C > 1. If C is sufficiently large depending on k, then with probability 1, we have rk,B (n) = C,k (log n) for all but finitely many n. In particular, B is a thin basis of order k with probability 1. Proof We shall estimate rk,B (n) in terms of two related expressions: R(n) := {(x1 , .

4) we have E(|B ∩ (n − P)|) = C log(n − p) + OC (1). 3 The exponential moment method 17 for all sufficiently large n. 8), the desired claim follows. 1 Let ε be the uniform distribution on {−1, +1}, and let ε1 , . . , εn be independent trials of ε. 2 n εi ≥ λ = 2P max 1≤ j≤n i=1 εi ≥ λ . i=1 Hint: Let A ⊂ {−1, 1}n be the set of n-tuples (ε1 , . . , εn ) such that n n i=1 εi ≥ λ, and let B ⊂ {−1, 1} be the set of n-tuples (ε1 , . . , εn ) j n such that i=1 εi < λ but i=1 εi ≥ λ for some 1 ≤ j < n.