Zero Distribution of Composite Polynomials and Polynomials Biorthogonal to Exponentials


We analyze polynomials Pn that are biorthogonal to exponentials {e−σn,j }j=1, in the sense that ∫ ∞ 0 Pn(x)e −σn,j x dx = 0, 1 ≤ j ≤ n. Here α >−1. We show that the zero distribution of Pn as n→∞ is closely related to that of the associated exponent polynomial Qn(y)= n ∏ j=1 (y + 1/σn,j )= n ∑ j=0 qn,j y j . More precisely, we show that the zero counting… (More)


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