# Computational Methods and Function Theory: Proceedings of a by Roger W. Barnard (auth.), Stephan Ruscheweyh, Edward B. By Roger W. Barnard (auth.), Stephan Ruscheweyh, Edward B. Saff, Luis C. Salinas, Richard S. Varga (eds.)

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Then: (24) = { t=-~ + 1 2z + 1 0 otherwise Proof. With q := (2j + 1)/(2n + 1), we have e~'(j+1/2) = (eWe)t. If q E 2Z + 1, then e q'i = - 1 , and (24) is obviously true in this case. For q • 2Z + 1, (24) follows from n ,=-n a n d ( - e q ~ ) 2~+1 = 1. 1 I 1 + e qri • R. Freund 50 Finally, we will apply the following result due to Rogosin'ski and Szeg5  in Section 4. L e m m a 2. Let Ao, At,.. •, A~ be real numbers which satisfy A~ >_ O, An-t - 2A~ >_O, and Ak-1 -- 2Ak + Ak+l _> 0 for k = 1,2 .

At the other end we find that between the last point of contact with the upper shore and the first one with the lower shore the argument of the tangent vector has to turn by 3Tr which means for 0 a change of n6~ +l " Without loss of generality we may assume that the preimage of the last point where P has a horizontal tangent before it reaches the lower shore is z = 1. ,n-1, Re 6 P ' ( 6 ) = 0 , k=l,... ,n +1, n+l (6) ~-]P(~k)=0. k=l The condition (6) follows from the mean value property for polynomials and the assumption P ( 0 ) = 0.

Cf. [2,4,5]). - - s(v) } More precisely, (11) resp. v ~+1-2 1 ! w(~(v + 1 ~ ))p( (v + 1 ))=_ s(v), p • 17n, s • G'2n+l, defines a one-to-one mapping between Hn and 2~2, resp. Z72n+l. With (11), it is easily verified that (3), (4) are equivalent to (12) max [s(v)[ < Dm(r,R) max [s(v)[ Ivl_