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ON A NONABELIAN BALOG–SZEMERÉDI-TYPE LEMMA

  • TOM SANDERS (a1)

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We show that if G is a group and AG is a finite set with ∣A2∣≤KA∣, then there is a symmetric neighbourhood of the identity S such that SkA2A−2 and ∣S∣≥exp (−KO(k))∣A∣.

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