Hilbert transforms and the equidistribution of zeros of polynomials

  title={Hilbert transforms and the equidistribution of zeros of polynomials},
  author={Emanuel Carneiro and Mithun Kumar Das and Alexandra Florea and Angel V. Kumchev and Amita Malik and Micah B. Milinovich and Caroline L. Turnage-Butterbaugh and Jiuya Wang},
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