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More properties of (β,γ)-Chebyshev functions and points

by   Stefano De Marchi, et al.
Università di Padova

Recently, (β,γ)-Chebyshev functions, as well as the corresponding zeros, have been introduced as a generalization of classical Chebyshev polynomials of the first kind and related roots. They consist of a family of orthogonal functions on a subset of [-1,1], which indeed satisfies a three-term recurrence formula. In this paper we present further properties, which are proven to comply with various results about classical orthogonal polynomials. In addition, we prove a conjecture concerning the Lebesgue constant's behavior related to the roots of (β,γ)-Chebyshev functions in the corresponding orthogonality interval.


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