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Andrievskii, V. V., Blatt, Hans-Peter
The book is an authoritative and up-to-date introduction to the field of analysis and potential theory dealing with the distribution zeros of classical systems of polynomials such as orthogonal polynomials, Chebyshev, Fekete and Bieberbach polynomials, best or near-best approximating polynomials on compact sets and on the real line. The main feature of the book is the combination of potential theory with conformal invariants, such as module of a family of curves and harmonic measure, to derive discrepancy estimates for signed measures if bounds for their logarithmic potentials or energy integrals are known a priori.Andrievskii, V. V. is the author of 'Discrepancy of Signed Measures and Polynomial Approximation' with ISBN 9780387986524 and ISBN 0387986529.
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