Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 90, Issue 5, pp 2360–2362 | Cite as

Frequency analysis and continued fractions

  • Haakon Waadeland


The frequency analysis problem is solving by the positive Perron-Carathéodory continued fraction, associated with monic Szegö polynomials.


Unit Circle Orthogonal Polynomial Continue Fraction Moment Problem Open Unit Disk 
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