Pseudo-zero set

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In complex analysis, the pseudo-zero set or root neighborhood of a degree-m polynomial p(z) is the set of all complex numbers that are roots of polynomials whose coefficients differ from those of p by a small amount. Namely, given a norm | · | on the space of polynomial coefficients, the pseudo-zero set is the set of all zeros of all degree-m polynomials q such that | pq | (as vectors of coefficients) is less than a given ε.


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