Orthogonal Rational Functions

@inproceedings{Bultheel2009OrthogonalRF,
  title={Orthogonal Rational Functions},
  author={Adhemar Bultheel and Pablo Gonz{\'a}lez-Vera and Erik Hendriksen and Olav Nj{\aa}stad},
  booktitle={Cambridge monographs on applied and computational mathematics},
  year={2009}
}
List of symbols Introduction 1. Preliminaries 2. The fundamental spaces 3. The kernel functions 4. Recurrence and second kind functions 5. Para-orthogonality and quadrature 6. Interpolation 7. Density of the rational functions 8. Favard theorems 9. Convergence 10. Moment problems 11. The boundary case 12. Some applications Conclusion Bibliography Index. 
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