Reciprocal polynomials having small measure. II
Author: David W. Boyd
Journal: Math. Comp. 53 (1989), 355-357
MSC: Primary 30C15; Secondary 12-04, 26C05, 65D20
MathSciNet review: 968149
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Abstract: We consider here polynomials with integer coefficients having measure at most 1.3. In the first paper of this series we determined all such polynomials of degree at most 16, and all such polynomials of height 1 and degree at most 26. In this paper we extend these results to all polynomials of degree at most 20, and all polynomials of height 1 and degree at most 32. We observe some curious statistics concerning the number of roots outside the unit circle for the polynomials investigated here.
- David W. Boyd, Reciprocal polynomials having small measure, Math. Comp. 35 (1980), no. 152, 1361–1377. MR 583514, DOI https://doi.org/10.1090/S0025-5718-1980-0583514-9
- D. H. Lehmer, Factorization of certain cyclotomic functions, Ann. of Math. (2) 34 (1933), no. 3, 461–479. MR 1503118, DOI https://doi.org/10.2307/1968172
D. W. Boyd, "Reciprocal polynomials having small measure," Math. Comp., v. 35, 1980, pp. 1361-1377.
D. H. Lehmer, "Factorization of certain cyclotomic functions", Ann. of Math. (2), v. 34, 1933, pp. 461-479.