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214 T. TAO AND A. VARGAS GAFA ments become inferior to those given by the usual Strichartz’ estimate and H¨ older’s inequality. 10 Acknowledgements The first author was partially supported by NSF grant DMS-9706764. The second author was partially supported by the Spanish DGICYT (grant number PB97-0030) and the European Comission via the TMR network (Harmonic Analysis). The authors thank the reviewer for many helpful comments. References [B] B. Barcelo, On the restriction of the Fourier transform to a conical surface, Trans.
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A bilinear approach to cone multipliers I by Tao T., Vargas A.