Weierstrass formula and zero-finding methods

@article{Petkovic1995WeierstrassFA,
  title={Weierstrass formula and zero-finding methods
},
  author={Milan Petkovi'c and Carsten Carstensen and Miroslav Trajkov'i c},
  journal={Numerische Mathematik},
  year={1995},
  volume={69},
  pages={353-372}
}
Summary. Classical Weierstrass' formula [29] has been often the subject of investigation of many authors. In this paper we give some further applications of this formula for finding the zeros of polynomials and analytic functions. We are concerned with the problems of localization of polynomial zeros and the construction of iterative methods for the simultaneous approximation and inclusion of these zeros. Conditions for the safe convergence of Weierstrass' method, depending only on initial… 

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