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THE ZEROS OF CERTAIN FAMILY OF SELF-RECIPROCAL POLYNOMIALS

  • Published : 2007.08.31

Abstract

For integral self-reciprocal polynomials P(z) and Q(z) with all zeros lying on the unit circle, does there exist integral self-reciprocal polynomial $G_r(z)$ depending on r such that for any r, $0{\leq}r{\leq}1$, all zeros of $G_r(z)$ lie on the unit circle and $G_0(z)$ = P(z), $G_1(z)$ = Q(z)? We study this question by providing examples. An example answers some interesting questions. Another example relates to the study of convex combination of two polynomials. From this example, we deduce the study of the sum of certain two products of finite geometric series.

Keywords

self-reciprocal polynomials;convex combination;zeros;unit circle

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