Revista de la
Unión Matemática Argentina

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Vol. 62, no. 1 (2021)

Orthogonality of the Dickson polynomials of the $(k+1)$-th kind. Diego Dominici
We study the Dickson polynomials of the $(k+1)$-th kind over the field of complex numbers. We show that they are a family of co-recursive orthogonal polynomials with respect to a quasi-definite moment functional $L_{k}$. We find an integral representation for $L_{k}$ and compute explicit expressions for all of its moments.
1–30
Time-frequency analysis associated with the Laguerre wavelet transform. Hatem Mejjaoli and Khalifa Trimèche
We define the localization operators associated with Laguerre wavelet transforms. Next, we prove the boundedness and compactness of these operators, which depend on a symbol and two admissible wavelets on $L^{p}_{\alpha}(\mathbb{K})$, $1 \leq p \leq \infty$.
31–55
Uniform approximation of Muckenhoupt weights on fractals by simple functions. Marilina Carena and Marisa Toschi
Given an $A_p$-Muckenhoupt weight on a fractal obtained as the attractor of an iterated function system, we construct a sequence of approximating weights, which are simple functions belonging uniformly to the $A_p$ class on the approximating spaces.
57–66
Gotzmann monomials in four variables. Vittoria Bonanzinga and Shalom Eliahou
It is a widely open problem to determine which monomials in the $n$-variable polynomial ring $K[x_1,\dots,x_n]$ over a field $K$ have the Gotzmann property, i.e. induce a Borel-stable Gotzmann monomial ideal. Since 2007, only the case $n \le 3$ was known. Here we solve the problem for the case $n=4$. The solution involves a surprisingly intricate characterization.
67–93
Signed graphs with totally disconnected star complements. Zoran Stanić
We are interested in a signed graph $\dot{G}$ which admits a decomposition into a totally disconnected (i.e., without edges) star complement and a signed graph $\dot{S}$ induced by the star set. In this study we derive certain properties of $\dot{G}$; for example, we prove that the number of (distinct) eigenvalues of $\dot{S}$ does not exceed the number of those of $\dot{G}$. Some particular cases are also considered.
95–104