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**To**:**aofa@pommard.inria.fr****Subject**:**re: problem 3 on Problems page****From**:**David H Wood <wood@cis.udel.edu>**- Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 10:40:27 -0400
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With respect to Problem 3, By Hsien-Kuei Hwang, 23-Jul-97. A limit distribution and zeros of a polynomial. See, for example (and further leads) How many roots of a random polynomial are real? Eric Kostlan and Alan Edleman at http://www-math.mit.edu/~edelman/comprehensive.html Note that papers on the distribution of eigenvalues of matrices with random elements are sometimes relevant (by considering a companion matrix). Cordially, David Wood ---------- NSFNet: wood@udel.edu Mail: David H. Wood Bitnet: wood%udel.edu@udelvm CIS Department Office: (302) 831-1455 Univ of Delaware Fax : (302) 831-8458 Newark, DE 19716

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