By Barry Simon

This booklet provides a entire evaluate of the sum rule method of spectral research of orthogonal polynomials, which derives from Gábor Szego's vintage 1915 theorem and its 1920 extension. Barry Simon emphasizes helpful and enough stipulations, and offers mathematical historical past that formerly has been to be had in basic terms in journals. subject matters contain history from the idea of meromorphic features on hyperelliptic surfaces and the research of masking maps of the Riemann sphere with a finite variety of slits got rid of. this permits for the 1st book-length therapy of orthogonal polynomials for measures supported on a finite variety of periods at the genuine line.

as well as the Szego and Killip-Simon theorems for orthogonal polynomials at the unit circle (OPUC) and orthogonal polynomials at the actual line (OPRL), Simon covers Toda lattices, the instant challenge, and Jacobi operators at the Bethe lattice. fresh paintings on functions of universality of the CD kernel to procure special asymptotics at the positive constitution of the zeros is usually incorporated. The publication areas detailed emphasis on OPRL, which makes it the fundamental significant other quantity to the author's past books on OPUC.

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**Szego's Theorem and Its Descendants: Spectral Theory for L2 Perturbations of Orthogonal Polynomials **

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32) implies lim − αj2 ) (the limit always exists) is strictly positive ∞ 2 and thus, j =0 αj < ∞. 20), lim a1 . . an exists in (0, ∞). We have thus proven that ∞ αj2 < ∞ ⇒ lim a1 . . 39) imply lim sup(a1 . . 33) has a limit. 2 Since bn+1 and an+1 − 1 are functions of α2n+j (j = −2, −1, 0, 1), we see that ∞ 2 bn2 < ∞ and (an2 − 1)2 < ∞. 34) holds. 2 2 1 Finally, when ∞ j =0 αj < ∞, an+1 − 1 and bn+1 are the sum of an L sequence 2 and a telescoping sequence, so an+1 − 1 and bn+1 are summable.

We will eventually keep track of this subtlety associated with zeros of w(θ ), but for the rest of this section we will ignore it. 15), is 1. 18). 2) that it has a simple direct proof. 14). dµN strips N α’s off the “bottom” while dµ(N) leaves the bottom N α’s and sets the others to zero. 2). 11). 11), but I know no direct proof. All that one gets from general principles is a semicontinuity. 3). Let dµ , dµ be nontrivial probability measures on ∂D so that dµ → dµ weakly (in the dual topology deﬁned by C(∂D)).

18) When z = eiθ , pn (2 cos θ ) and qn−1 (2 cos θ ) are real, but (z − z −1 )/2 = i sin θ is pure imaginary, so the absolute value square has no cross-term. 19) where we used ([ 12 (1 + α2n−1 )]1/2 )2 + ([ 12 (1 − α2n−1 )]1/2 )2 = 1 to miraculously have α2n−1 drop out! 2 (Direct Geronimus Relations). Let dρ = Sz(dµ) for nontrivial probability measures on [−2, 2] and ∂D. Let {an , bn }∞ n=1 be the Jacobi parameters the Verblunsky coefﬁcients for dµ. 22) (i) (a1 . . an )2 = 2(1 + α2n−1 ) j =0 Remark.