Zeros of quasi-paraorthogonal polynomials and positive quadrature

@article{Bultheel2022ZerosOQ,
  title={Zeros of quasi-paraorthogonal polynomials and positive quadrature},
  author={Adhemar Bultheel and Ruym{\'a}n Cruz-Barroso and Carlos D{\'i}az-Mendoza},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2110.10460}
}
In this paper we illustrate that paraorthogonality on the unit circle T is the counterpart to orthogonality on R when we are interested in the spectral properties. We characterize quasiparaorthogonal polynomials on the unit circle as the analogues of the quasi-orthogonal polynomials on R. We analyze the possibilities of preselecting some of its zeros, in order to build positive quadrature formulas with prefixed nodes and maximal domain of validity. These quadrature formulas on the unit circle… 

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