Pade table

Pade table

[′päd·ə ‚tā·bəl]
(mathematics)
A table associated to a power series having in its p th row and q th column the ratio of a polynomial of degree q by one of degree p so that this fraction expanded into a power series agrees with the original up to the p + q term.
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Simpler than the Nuttall--Pommerenke theorem is an earlier theorem of de Montessus de Ballore, concerning rows of the Pade table rather than diagonals, which asserts that as m [right arrow] [infinity] with fixed n, the poles of approximants [r.
The limit N [right arrow] [infinity] and an analogue of the Pade table.
mn] is the type (m, n) approximation to a fixed function f determined in this way, then we may imagine a table of approximations to f, analogous to the usual Pade table, with m displayed horizontally and n vertically.
See in particular the so-called Gragg example on page 13 and its Pade table on page 23.
The investigations in [29] - [35] deal with Padd approximants in the whole Pade table.
In [35] not only diagonal sequences, but the whole range of non-diagonal ray sequences of Pade polynomials has been studied, and among other very interesting results it has been shown how the asymptotic cluster sets of the zeros of non-diagonal Pade polynomials continuously change with the angle of the ray sequences in the Pade table.
JAGER, A multidimensional generalisation of the Pade table, proc.
1992] for computing all the nonsingular Pade systems along a particular path of the corresponding Pade tables.