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## Abstract

This survey revisits Jenő Egerváry and Otto Szász’s article of 1928 on trigonometric polynomials and simple structured matrices focussing mainly on the latter topic. In particular, we concentrate on the spectral theory for the first type of the matrices introduced in the article, which are today referred to as *k*-tridiagonal matrices, and then discuss the explosion of interest in them over the last two decades, most of which could have benefitted from the seminal article, had it not been overlooked.

## Abstract

Let *K* = ℚ(*α*) be a number field generated by a complex root *α* of a monic irreducible polynomial *f*(*x*) = *x*
^{24} – *m*, with *m* ≠ 1 is a square free rational integer. In this paper, we prove that if *m* ≡ 2 or 3 (mod 4) and *m* ≢∓1 (mod 9), then the number field *K* is monogenic. If *m* ≡ 1 (mod 4) or *m* ≡ 1 (mod 9), then the number field *K* is not monogenic.

## Abstract

In this study, we investigate suborbital graphs *G*
_{u,n} of the normalizer Γ_{B} (*N*) of Γ_{0} (*N*) in *PSL*(2, ℝ) for *N* = 2^{α}3^{β} where *α* = 1, 3, 5, 7, and *β* = 0 or 2. In these cases the normalizer becomes a triangle group and graphs arising from the action of the normalizer contain quadrilateral circuits. In order to obtain graphs, we first define an imprimitive action of Γ_{B} (*N*) on *N*) and then obtain some properties of the graphs arising from this action.

## Abstract

*n,m*≥ 2 this paper is devoted to the description of the sets of extreme and exposed points of the closed unit balls of

*n*-linear forms on

*n*-linear forms. First we classify the extreme points of the unit balls of

and

which answers the questions in [].

## Abstract

Consider the sequence *s* of the signs of the coefficients of a real univariate polynomial *P* of degree *d*. Descartes’ rule of signs gives compatibility conditions between *s* and the pair (*r*
^{+}
*,r*
^{−}), where *r*
^{+} is the number of positive roots and *r*
^{−} the number of negative roots of *P*. It was recently asked if there are other compatibility conditions, and the answer was given in the form of a list of incompatible triples (*s*; *r*
^{+}
*,r*
^{−}) which begins at degree *d* = 4 and is known up to degree 8. In this paper we raise the question of the compatibility conditions for *i*-th derivative of *P*. We prove that up to degree 5, there are no other compatibility conditions than the Descartes conditions, the above recent incompatibilities for each *i*, and the trivial conditions given by Rolle’s theorem.

## Abstract

Let *l,m,r* be fixed positive integers such that 2*l*, 3*lm*, *l > r* and 3 | *r*. In this paper, using the BHV theorem on the existence of primitive divisors of Lehmer numbers, we prove that if min{*rlm*
^{2} − 1*,*(*l* − *r*)*lm*
^{2} + 1} *>* 30, then the equation (*rlm*
^{2} − 1)^{x} + ((*l* − *r*)*lm*
^{2} + 1)^{y} = (*lm*)^{z} has only the positive integer solution (*x,y,z*) = (1*,*1*,*2).

## Abstract

In 1975 C. F. Chen and C. H. Hsiao established a new procedure to solve initial value problems of systems of linear differential equations with constant coefficients by Walsh polynomials approach. However, they did not deal with the analysis of the proposed numerical solution. In a previous article we study this procedure in case of one equation with the techniques that the theory of dyadic harmonic analysis provides us. In this paper we extend these results through the introduction of a new procedure to solve initial value problems of differential equations with not necessarily constant coefficients.

## Abstract

Let *n*. Further, let*p*(*z*) ≡ *z*
^{n}
*p*(1*/z*). In this paper we obtain some inequalites in this direction for polynomials that belong to this class and have all their coefficients in any sector of opening *γ*, where 0 *γ < π*. Our results generalize and sharpen several of the known results in this direction, including those of Govil and Vetterlein [3], and Rahman and Tariq [12]. We also present two examples to show that in some cases the bounds obtained by our results can be considerably sharper than the known bounds.

## Abstract

In this paper, we prove that if *X* is a space with a regular *G*
_{δ}-diagonal and *X*
^{2} is star Lindelöf then the cardinality of *X* is at most 2^{c}. We also prove that if *X* is a star Lindelöf space with a symmetric *g*-function such that *g*
^{2}(*n, x*): *n* ∈ *ω*} = {*x*} for each *x* ∈ *X* then the cardinality of *X* is at most 2^{c}. Moreover, we prove that if *X* is a star Lindelöf Hausdorff space satisfying *Hψ*(*X*) = *κ* then *e*(*X*) ^{2κ}; and if *X* is Hausdorff and *we*(*X*) = *Hψ*(*X*) = *κ*subset of a space then *e*(*X*) ^{κ}. Finally, we prove that under *V* = *L* if *X* is a first countable DCCC normal space then *X* has countable extent; and under MA+¬CH there is an example of a first countable, DCCC and normal space which is not star countable extent. This gives an answer to the Question 3.10 in *Spaces with property* (*DC*(*ω*
_{1})), *Comment. Math. Univ. Carolin.*, **58(1)** (2017), 131-135.

## Abstract

Fejes Tóth [] studied approximations of smooth surfaces in three-space by piecewise flat triangular meshes with a given number of vertices on the surface that are optimal with respect to Hausdorff distance. He proves that this Hausdorff distance decreases inversely proportional with the number of vertices of the approximating mesh if the surface is convex. He also claims that this Hausdorff distance is inversely proportional to the *square* of the number of vertices for a specific non-convex surface, namely a one-sheeted hyperboloid of revolution bounded by two congruent circles. We refute this claim, and show that the asymptotic behavior of the Hausdorff distance is linear, that is the same as for convex surfaces.