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Error bounds, based upon Gerschgorin"s theorems, for the zeros of a polynomial.

Brian Thomas Smith

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Published
**1969**
in Toronto
.

Written in English

- Errors, Theory of,
- Polynomials

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Toronto, Ont. University. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | viii, 144, [13] leaves. |

Number of Pages | 144 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18699379M |

of a polynomial. Also, the Sturm™s theorem that gives a method for deter-mining the exact number of zeros in an interval [9, chapter 6] and [6, chapter 2]. Recent results uses the classical Enestrôm-Kakeya theorem to restricts the location of the zeros based on a condition imposed on the coe¢ cients of the polynomial under invistigation. This is an excellent book written about polynomials. We can recommend this book to all who are interested in the theory of polynomials." (Miklós Dormán, Acta Scientiarum Mathematicarum, Vol. 72, ) “This is an interesting, useful, well-organized, and well-written compendium of theorems and techniques about polynomials. /5(3).

(A) By the Rational Root Theorem, any rational root to x^3 + 10x^2 - 13x - 22 must be in the form ±p/q where p is a factor of 22 (the constant term without any negative signs) and q is a factor of 1 (the leading coefficient). The factors of 22 are 1, 2, 11, and 1 is prime, so we have: ±p/q = ±1, ±2, ±11, and ±22, as our possible. In this book we collect several recent results on special classes of polynomi-als. We mostly focus to classes of polynomials related to classical orthogonal polynomials. These classes are named as polynomials of Legendre, Gegen-bauer, Chebyshev, Hermite, Laguerre, Jacobsthal, Jacobsthal { Lucas, Fi-bonacci, Pell, Pell { Lucas, Morgan { Size: KB.

Given one zero of the solution to a Sturm-Liouville differential equation, a technique, based upon Sturm's Theorem, of computing the next consecutive zero of the solution is proposed. The existence of a function which satisfies the desired end results of the proposed technique is shown. Lecture Notes Eigen Value Problems Dr. A. S. V. Ravi Kanth, SAS, VIT University 2 or 0 2 cos a 2 sin) a a (2 1 ik ii kk (2) kk ii ik a a a 2 2 tan (3) This equation produces four values of and in order that we may get smallest rotation we require 4 4 form (3) kk ii ik 1 .

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Given N approximations to the zeros of an Nth-degree polynomial, N circular regions in the complex z-plane are determined whose union contains all the zeros, and each connected component of this union consisting of K such circular regions contains exactly K zeros.

The bounds for the zeros provided by these circular regions are not excessively pessimistic; that is, whenever the approximations Author: T SmithBrian. This algorithm is derived by applying Rouché's theorem to a Newton-like interpolation formula for the polynomial, and so it is suitable in the case where the approximations to the zeros of the polynomial are computed successively using by: 6.

teristic polynomial was derived and utilized to compute new bounds for the zeros of polynomials. Finally, bounds which are based on zero transformation are given. 1 Introduction Theproblemofﬁndingregionsthatcontainsomeoralleigen-values of matrices or zeros of polynomials has a long history.

Cauchy [1] gave an easily-calculated circular bound for com-File Size: KB. SOLUTION: Use the Theorem for bounds on zeros to find a bound on the real zeros of the polynomial function. f(x) = x^4 + 2x^2 - 3 a. -4 and 4 b. -3 and 3 c. -6 and 6 d Algebra -> Graphs -> SOLUTION: Use the Theorem for bounds on zeros to find a bound on the real zeros of the polynomial function.

A remark on simultaneous inclusions of the zeros of a polynomial by Gershgorin's theorem Ludwig Elsner 1 Numerische Mathematik vol pages – () Cite this articleCited by: 2.

Classical and recent bounds for the zeros of polynomials This section introduces some classical and recent bounds for the zeros of polynomials, which can be proved with the aid of the companion matrix. The Frobenius companion matrix of the monic polynomial () 12nn n.

Let P(z) = åj = 0n aj zjP(z) = \sum\limits_{j = 0}^n {a_j z^j } be a polynomial of degree n. In this paper we prove a more general result which interalia improves upon the bounds of a class of polynomials.

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With suitable generalizations of companion matrices, Smith [31], Börsch-Supan [4], Braess & Hadeler [5], Elsner [12] and Carstensen [8], [9] are able to use Gerschgorin's theorem to get good bounds for individual zeros and zero clusters when good approximations are by: diagonal equal to zero.

To illustrate, if you replace each. with any complex number, then the following matrix will be upper triangular 2 6 6 6 6 4????. 0???. 0 0??. 0 0 0?. 0 0 0 0. 3 7 7 7 7 5 Theorem: The eigenvalues of a triangular matrix (upper, lower or File Size: KB.

Gershgorin discs corresponding to the the columns of A due to At obeying Theorem Now we come to one of the most interesting properties of Gershgorin discs. Theorem (Gershgorin’s Theorem Round 2) A Subset G of the Gershgorin discs is called a disjoint group of discs if no disc in the group G intersects a disc which is not in Size: KB.

The Euler-like method for the simultaneous inclusion of the zeros of a polynomial was derived and tested on numerical examples in the recent paper [4], but without details on the conver- gence rate. The aim of this paper is to present a detailed analysis of the convergence order, initial conditions for the convergence and the choice of initial disks which provide the guaran- teed convergence of the Euler Cited by: 9.

For let be the sum of the absolute values of the non-diagonal entries in the -th row. Let be a closed disc centered at with radius. Such a disc is called a Gershgorin disc. Theorem: Every eigenvalue of lies within at least one of the Gershgorin discs Proof: Let be an eigenvalue of.

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Find a bound on the real zeros of the polynomial function f(x) = x 4 - 8x 2 - 9. and 17 b. -9 and 9 c. and 18 Get more help from Chegg. Get help now from expert Algebra tutors Solve it with our algebra problem solver and calculator.

In this paper, we obtain results concerning the location of zeros of a polynomial which generalize and improve upon the well known results due to M. Dehmer and J. Kilian [7]. View Show abstract. AND POLYNOMIAL ZEROS (CommunicatedbyWalterVanAssche) Abstract. We derive inclusion regions for the eigenvalues of a general com- bounds are more complicated than similar bounds based on the Gershgorin set, but theyrequire thesame O(n) GENERALIZATIONS OF GERSHGORIN DISKS AND POLYNOMIAL ZEROS Theorem Inclusion of the roots of a polynomial based on Gerschgorin's theorem* C.

Carstensen Institut ffir Angewandte Mathematik, UniversitS.t Hannover, Welfengarten l, W Hannover l, Federal Republic of Germany Received J Summary. In this note a new companion matrix is presented which can beCited by: If, in Theorem 2, we take, following Landau Kn(u) = (1 −u2)n, then In(x) is a polynomial in x of degree 2n.

We have, therefore, a second proof of Theorem 1 as soon as we have proved, as we do in the following Lemma, that this Kn(u) satisﬁes the conditions of Theorem 2. Lemma. In Theorem 2,Kn(u) may be taken to be (1 −u2)n. Proof. Jn = Z 1. Question Looking for help with "Theorem for bounds on zeros".

find a bound on the real zeros of the polynomial function. f(x)=x^4+2x^ Answer by lwsshak3() (Show Source). Compared to bounds from a corresponding eigenvalue problem, a factor of two is gained.

A Rouche-type theorem is also given, that in many cases reduces the bound even further. Documents. Note that these bounds are generally poor unless the off-diagonal entries are tiny. in the latter case, one can get excellent bounds by an appropriate prior similarity transform of .This is a quote from the proof of the first part of this theorem.

Here, q(x) is the resulting polynomial from dividing f(x) by x − b for some root b for f(x). However, there is a clear counter example to this: If a = 5 and f(x) = x2 − 5x + 6.Given one zero of the solution to a Sturm-Liouville differential equation, a technique, based upon Sturm’s Theorem, of computing the next consecutive zero of the solution is proposed.

The existence of a function which satisfies the desired end results of the proposed technique is shown.