Sidon sets with extremal Sidon constants
Colin C. Graham and L. Thomas Ramsey
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 83 (1981), 522-526
Primary 43A46; Secondary 20F99
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Abstract: A finitely supported measure on an l.c.a. group is said to be extremal if . If is an extremal measure and is the support of , it follows that the Sidon constant of is , in which case is also said to be extremal. Our results are these. (1) An "independent" union of cosets of a finite subgroup of is extremal if and only if (essentially) divides . (2) Not all extremal subsets of abelian groups have the form described in (1). (3) For any group (abelian or not), the Sidon constant of that group is at least .
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