Our main theorem, proved in § 2 establishes some of the properties of F(x, y) = 0 when we drop all restrictions on / and require only that all the roots of h be real (of arbitrary sign). In the last section, we apply this theorem to obtain an extension of Theorem 1.1 which states that, for h restricted as in Pόlya's theorem, there are at least as many… (More)

@inproceedings{Craven2004OnTN,
title={On the Number of Real Roots of Polynomials},
author={Thomas Craven and George Csordas},
year={2004}
}