By Michel Langevin, Michel Waldschmidt

Ahead of his premature dying in 1986, Alain Durand had undertaken a scientific and in-depth research of the mathematics views of polynomials. 4 unpublished articles of his, shaped the center-piece of recognition at a colloquium in Paris in 1988 and are reproduced during this quantity including eleven different papers on heavily comparable themes. a close advent by way of M. Langevin units the scene and locations those articles in a unified standpoint.

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C) If(k,1)EBAP then 1-k-1/2<0. (d) AP n BAP = 1(1/6,2/3)1. Proof. \) or (k, l) = BA(ic, \) for some (rc, A) E P. In either case, k+1- 2rc+\+1 2rc+2 <1. Optimal Exponent Pairs 56 This proves (a). To prove (b), suppose (k, 1) = A(a, A). 1) since A > 1/2 > ic. Part (c) follows from (a) and (b) and the observation that B is a reflection through the line 1 - k - 1/2. 1) if and only if (a, A) = (1/2,1/2). Note that (1/6,2/3) = AB(0,1) = BAB(0,1). In geometric terms, (a) states that P lies in the triangle with vertices (0, 1), (0, 1/2), and (1/2,1/2).

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