This text presents easy to understand proofs of some of the most difficult results about polynomials. It encompasses a self-contained account of the properties of polynomials as analytic functions of a special kind.
The zeros of compositions of polynomials are also investigated along with their growth, and some of these considerations lead to the study of analogous questions for trigonometric polynomials and certain transcendental entire functions. The strength of methods are fully explained and demonstrated by means of applications.
Presents easy to understand proofs of some of the most difficult results about polynomials demonstrated by means of applications ... Brings to the subject an immense range of reference to the study of polynomials. Professional and academic mathematicians of complex analysis, approximation theory and theoretical numerical analysis; graduate students in mathematics; engineers, statisticians and theoretical physicists, who have an interest in the important results about polynomials, will not do better than start with reading and referring to this book. Current Engineering Practice A nicely written book that will be useful for scientists, engineers and mathematicians from other fields. It can be strongly recommended as an undergraduate or graduate text and as a comprehensive source for self study. EMS
Series: London Mathematical Society Monographs
Number Of Pages: 760
Published: 1st February 2002
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6 x 3.96
Weight (kg): 0.52