By Doz. Dr. sc. Georg Heinig, Dr. rer. nat. Karla Rost (auth.)

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4) aDd A(A,~) • A(~,A), which means A is symmetric. In particular , we . e implies 0 • b a cause 0 o. Then of A. Assume, for example, a 0 = = + N1(A) • 1 0 (za1T- a 1 zT) a and, consequent ly, N0 (A-1 ):: A-1 u~- UnA-1 =he~- e 0hT, where h •= 1a 0 A-1 a'. Taking into account Prop. 1 we obtain that A-1 is Hankel. Thus the Hankel part of the theorem is completely proved. Analogously one can prove the Toeplitz part. Bezoutians . 1 it seems to be natural to investigate the class of matrices for which rank ~A $ 2 (respective ly rank 6A $ 2).

It remains to apply Prop. 4, and the proof is complete. 3. 2. Then the vector y belongs to the image of B i f y(A) is a multiple of p(A), it belongs to the image of BT if y(A) is a multiple of q(A ). 2 there are s dim ker Bez(a... 4. dim ker Bez(a1 1aa 1 b1 1ba) T • r=1 t E jr• r=1 Now let Us determine the kernel of resultant matrices. This could be done using the relationships between resultant matrices and Bezoutians. But we choose a more direct way basing on Prop. 3. ~. Let A1 t•••tAt be the common root~ of the polynomials a(A) E em+ (A) and b(A)E cn+1 (A) (inclusively ~, in case the highest order of a(A) and b(A) vanish), i 1 , ••• ,it their common multiplicity.

9. n) be regular and /U. T ( ) -1 = ~ ,! ~Tn a - ,! 40) Analogously, for a regular H-matrix ~(b) e(f(n) ding fundamental solutions y, w(<¥), v and the correspon- we obtain =z ~T- ~ zT, ~ = [~~<¥)], z = [b)• Consequently, V~(b)-1 where is equal to 2. o. 5),respectively. 42) the solution of = 8 n-2 the latter equality can be written as V~_1 (b)-1 30 =__1__(y(yn-1)T _ yn-1yT). 43) 1.?. Representation using the generating function. 1. Before doing this let us consider some examples. For the counteridentity n-1 E = S::O Jn(A,~) For the 11 we have Jn An _ Hn 1 As~n- -s = X - ~ • shifted counteridentities 11 (l = 0,1, ••• ,2n-2) there is if 1 ~ n-1 and if l > n.

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