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The map of dµ → {αn (dµ)}∞ n=0 is a one-one map of nontrivial probability measures onto D∞ . 3); see also the Notes to this section. 6 (Verblunsky’s Form of Szeg˝o’s Theorem). 8. 7. 4. First, we have written it in terms of Verblunsky coefficients, and second, unlike Szeg˝o’s original version, this allows dµs = 0. 18) is independent of dµs ! 18) always holds, although both sides can be zero connected with a “divergent product” on the left and a diverging integral on the right. 7. 19) Remarks and Historical Notes.

1. 15) w w 2. 16) Proof. S(f ; µ, ν) is linear and weakly continuous jointly in µ, ν for any f ∈ E(X). 4), S(µ | ν) is concave and upper semicontinuous. 4). 2). 28) holds. Proof. 3). 5. Here are some examples that show S is only upper semicontinuous and not continuous. 16) holds, but clearly, there is no equality. c. is dθ 1 dθ dµ∞ = dµN = 1 + cos(Nθ) 2π 2 2π w Then dµN −→ dµ∞ , and by scaling, S(dµ∞ | dµN ) = S(dµ∞ | dµ1 ) < 0 = S(dµ∞ | dµ∞ ) ˝ THEOREM 2. 14). 6 (Jensen’s Inequality). 18) Remark.

13) Remarks and Historical Notes. Szeg˝o’s great 1920–1921 paper [420] was the first systematic exploration of OPUC, although he had earlier discussed OPs on curves [419]. 8. Verblunsky’s Form of Szeg˝ o’s Theorem In this section, we give the final reformulation of Szeg˝o’s theorem as a sum rule and see that it implies a gem of spectral theory. The first element we need is the recursion relation obeyed by the monic OPUC, Φn (z), that will give us the parameters of the direct problem. 1. (i) δn is an anti-unitary map of L2 to L2 .

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