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By Kondratiev A. S., Mazurov V. D.

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6) j =1 Proof. 6) is immediate. 7) j = 0, 1, . . 8) We will use n (z; dµ) if we want the dµ dependence to be explicit. Thus, if fj = z j −1 , j = 1, . . , N , and gj = j −1 , j = 1, . . 2). 2. 3. 12) N→∞ Proof. Since n is orthogonal to any polynomial of degree n − 1, it minimizes { n + g | deg(g) ≤ n − 1}. 11). Since n is decreasing and positive, it has a limit and, of course, ( 0 2 . . n 2 )1/n then converges to lim n 2 . 4. 13) Remarks and Historical Notes. Szeg˝o’s great 1920–1921 paper [430] was the ﬁrst systematic exploration of OPUC, although he had earlier discussed OPs on curves [429].

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)). 30) is trivial. 32) j =0 Here positivity saves us! 30). 1. To summarize, the steps involved (which will reappear in Chapters 3, 4, and 9) are: (1) Prove a step-by-step sum rule with positive terms from some kind of Jensen equality.

Sz is a bijection between nontrivial even probability measures on ∂D and nontrivial probability measures on [−2, 2]. 1. Let dρ = Sz(dµ) for nontrivial probability measures on [−2, 2] and ∂D. Let Pn , pn be the monic and orthonormal OPRL for dρ and n , ϕn the monic and orthonormal OPUC for dµ. 9) Sketch. 6). Every such Laurent polynomial has the form Qn (z + 1z ) for Qn (·) of degree n. Since 2n (0) = −α¯ 2n−1 , ∗2n (z) = −α2n−1 z 2n + · · · , so Qn is monic. 10) =0 since 2n ⊥ {z, . . , z } and ∗2n ⊥ {z, .