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Zeros and coefficients

@inproceedings{Eremenko2022ZerosAC,
  title={Zeros and coefficients},
  author={Alexandre Eremenko},
  year={2022}
}
Two theorems on the asymptotic distribution of zeros of sequences of analytic functions are proved. First one relates the asymptotic behavior of zeros to the asymptotic behavior of coefficients. Second theorem establishes a relation between the asymptotic behaviors of zeros of a function and zeros of derivative. 

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