On Mahler's measure of a polynomial
Abstract: Let be a polynomial with complex coefficients. We denote by the Mahler measure of (resp. the maximum modulus of on the disk ). We prove here that where the infimum is taken over all polynomials with complex coefficients satisfying .
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Keywords: Mahler's measure, Jensen's theorem, maximum modulus principle
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