By Felix E Browder; American Mathematical Society

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3). 5) Ilpk(L)11 5. Ce",k(k + 1), for k = 0, 1, ... Proof The first implication is simple. 7) by choosing r := ",(1 + k~l). 3. ) at the matrix L=(~ 6)' Then Pk(L) = T/k-1L and in particular ~(L) = IT/I. 8) As a(L) = {O} and Pk(O) = 0 we see that here ~u(L) = 0 while ~(L) = IT/I. Thus the asymptotic convergence factor of {Pk} truly depends on the operator L and not only on its spectrum. 4. Let E be a compact subset of iC. 9) ~E := lim sup k--+oo Ilpkllit k and call it the asymptotic convergence lactor of {Pk} in E.

For A fI. 3) I 1 N-I ~ . (A-L)- = Q(A) L. QN-I-j(A)£1. o Proof. 3) by R. Multiplying by Q(A)(A - L) we obtain, as Q(L) = 0, Q(A)(A - L)R = AN + aIAN- 1 + ... + aN-IA - [LN + aIL N- 1 + ... + aN-ILl = Q(A) - Q(L) = Q(A). Since R commutes with (A - L) and is bounded for A fI. ZQ we conclude that R represents the inverse of A - L. 7. Let M be a matrix in ct. 5) ~(M) = o. 36 Here ~(A) = Ad + D1Ad-1 + ... + Dd and the coefficients Dj can be computed by means of the principal minors. We define polynomials ~j by the Horner's rule.

4). 4 a parallel result for polynomials Pk normalized at 1 is derived in detail. 12 any operator which is "locally algebraic at every x" is automatically algebraic. The corresponding result holds for quasialgebraic operators as well. Miiller). e. cap(a(L)) there exists a vector x E X and a constant 8 > 0 such that > 0), then for every j and monic Qj of degree j. 10 Polynomial numerical hull. Let q be any polynomial and L a bounded operator. Set Vq(L) := {A I Iq(A)1 ::; Ilq(L)II}· Clearly, as soon as q is not a constant, Vq(L) is a compact set, the boundary is given by a lemniscate and it has at most deg q components.