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We consider the zeros of exceptional orthogonal polynomials (XOP). Exceptional orthogonal polynomials were originally discovered as eigenfunctions of second order differential operators that exist outside the classical Bochner–Brenke classification due to the fact that XOP sequences omit polynomials of certain degrees. This omission causes several properties of the classical orthogonal polynomial sequences to not extend to the XOP sequences. One such property is the restriction of the zeros to the convex hull of the support of the measure of orthogonality. In the XOP case, the zeros that exist outside the classical intervals are called exceptional zeros and they often converge toward easily identifiable limit points as the degree becomes large. We deduce the exact rate of convergence and verify that certain estimates that previously appeared in the literature are sharp.
Computational Methods and Function Theory – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 8, 2022
Keywords: Exceptional orthogonal polynomials; Jacobi polynomials; Laguerre polynomials; Hermite polynomials; 42C05; 26C10; 30C15
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