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Remarks on Wolff's inequality for hypersurfaces



We run an iteration argument due to Pramanik and Seeger, to provide a proof of sharp decoupling inequalities for conical surfaces and for k-cones. These are extensions of results of Łaba and Pramanik to sharp exponents.



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Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
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