Injectors of finite groups
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An )2 = 2(1 + α2n−1 ) j =0 Remark. (i) holds for n ≥ 1 and (ii)/(iii) for n ≥ 0. 23) is needed. Sketch. 13). 24). 7) looking at the O(z n−1 ) terms. 22). 3 (Shohat–Nevai Theorem). Let dρ(x) = f (x) dx + dρs (x) be supported on [−2, 2]. 31) if and only if lim sup a1 . . 32) lim a1 . . 35) n=1 have limits in (−∞, ∞). Remarks. 1. 32) is lim sup, that is, it allows lim inf to be 0 so long as some subsequence stays away from 0. 2. This can be rephrased as saying a1 . . 32) is lim a1 . . an = 0. 6.
It will be the subject of Chapter 9. Chapter 10 will discuss Killip–Simon-like theorems for perturbations of the graph Laplacian on a Bethe–Cayley tree. Remarks and Historical Notes. 3 is from Damanik– Killip–Simon . 1. 13. 12 OTHER GEMS IN THE SPECTRAL THEORY OF OPUC While gems are the leitmotif of this chapter, our choice of topics is motivated by looking at relatives of Szeg˝o’s theorem. We will see that in this section by mentioning some other gems for OPUC (the Notes discuss OPRL) that will not be discussed further.
6) In a visit back to his native Budapest, Pólya mentioned this conjecture to Szeg˝o, then an undergraduate, and he proved the theorem below, published in 1915 . At the time, Szeg˝o was nineteen, and when the paper was published, he was serving in the Austrian Army in World War I! 1 (Szeg˝o’s Theorem). 6) holds. Remarks. 1. 7) dθ dθ < ∞, so log(w(θ )) 2π is either convergent or −∞. 6) as 0. 2. 6). This theorem (in an extended form) is the subject of Chapter 2 where it is proven. For now, it does not appear to have a spectral content—its transformation to that form is the subject of the next two sections.