When sigma is a regular moment functional, we consider tau := sigma + lambda(1) delta(x - a(1)) + lambda(2) delta(x - a(2)), where lambda(1),lambda(2) is an element of C, a(1),a(2) is an element of R, and a(1) not equal a(2). We first find a necessary and sufficient condition for tau to be regular (or positive-definite when sigma is positive-definite) and then express orthogonal polynomials {R(n)(x)}(n=0)(infinity) relative to tau in terms of orthogonal polynomials {P-n(x)}(n=0)(infinity) relative to sigma. When both sigma and tau are positive-definite, we investigate the relations between zeros of {P-n(x)}(n=0)(infinity) and {R(n)(x)}(n=0)(infinity). Finally, when sigma is semi-classical, we show that tau is also semi-classical and give the structure relation, second-order differential equation satisfied by the semi-classical orthogonal polynomials {R(n)(x)}(n=0)(infinity), and the class number of tau.

- Publisher
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV

- Issue Date
- 1997-03

- Language
- English

- Article Type
- Article

- Keywords
ORTHOGONAL POLYNOMIALS; DIFFERENTIAL-EQUATIONS

- Citation
INDAGATIONES MATHEMATICAE-NEW SERIES, v.8, no.1, pp.79 - 93

- ISSN
- 0019-3577

- Appears in Collection
- MA-Journal Papers(저널논문)

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