Hankel Minors and Pade Approximations
Algebraic Pade theory is presented in a complete, brief and clear way as a corollary of one property of a sequence of nonzero leading minors in a semi-infinite Hankel matrix associated with a formal series.
Mathematics Subject Classification (2000)15A12 65F10 65F15
KeywordsPade approximants Hankel matrices Toeplitz matrices rational approximations
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