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Height of a polynomial

Known as: Length (disambiguation), Length of a polynomial, Polynomial height 
In mathematics, the height and length of a polynomial P with complex coefficients are measures of its "size".
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2019
2019
A positive integer k is a length of a polynomial if that polynomial factors into a product of k irreducible polynomials. We find… 
2015
2015
The Khovanov-Lauda-Rouquier (KLR) algebra arose out of attempts to cat- egorify quantum groups. Kleshchev and Ram proved a result… 
2012
2012
We build a new theory for analyzing the coefficients of any cyclotomic polynomial by considering it as a gcd of simpler… 
2010
2010
Define B.n/ to be the largest height of a polynomial in ZTxU dividing x n 1. We formulate a number of conjectures related to the… 
2008
2008
l(P ) = inf L(PG), l̂(P ) = min{l(P ), l(P ∗)}, where G runs through all monic polynomials in C[x]. This notation is consistent… 
2006
2006
Let N*(m) be the minimal length of a polynomial with ±1 coefficients divisible by (x-1) m . Byrnes noted that N*(m) < 2 m for… 
2002
2002
It is shown that the methods established in [HKN3] can be effectively used to study polynomial cycles in certain rings. We shall… 
1993
1993
1981
1981
Syntactical graphs are representations of derivations of arbitrary grammars. The height of syntactical graphs is introduced here…