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18) will come from a Jensen–Poisson equality and involves two Taylor coefficients: the zeroth, which has logs, and the second without logs. There are terms from the zeros in this case, hence the logs in the sum involving F . These details will unfold in Chapter 3. Remarks and Historical Notes. 2 are from Killip– Simon [225]. 4. 1 is replaced by a union of a finite number of closed bounded intervals, especially the case of perturbations of periodic OPRL. 1) for some p ≥ 2 and all n = 1, 2, . . ) Rather than studying an , bn , which approach αn+p an ≡ 1, bn ≡ 0 in some sense, we want to discuss approach to J0 .

Let J be a Jacobi matrix with measure dρ and Jacobi parameters {an , bn }∞ n=1 . 1) holds. Remark. See the Notes for a discussion of proof and history. 6. 3. Let an ≡ 12 and bn be the sequence (1, −1, 1, 1, −1, −1, 1, 1, 1, −1, −1, −1, . . ), that is, 1 k times followed by −1 k times for k = 1, 2, . . 1) to hold. Thus, we have a pair of deep theorems that go in opposite directions, but they do not set up equivalences. This leads us to: Definition. By a gem of spectral theory, I mean a theorem that describes a class of spectral data and a class of objects so that an object is in the second class if and only if its spectral data lie in the first class.

3) Get an inequality by going to infinity using semicontinuity of an entropy. (4) Get the opposite inequality using positivity and the step-by-step sum rule. Remarks and Historical Notes. The basic strategy here was invented to prove the Killip–Simon theorem by them [225] and honed by Simon–Zlatoš [410] and Simon [396]. Parts of it appear applied to the Szeg˝o theorem in Chapter 2 of [399]. There is some overlap with ideas in Verblunsky’s proof [453]. 34) n=0 where |·| is Lebesgue measure. 35) holds for all p > 2.

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