In mathematics, Romanovski polynomials is an informal term for one of three finite subsets of real orthogonal polynomials discovered by Vsevolod Romanovsky (Romanovski in French transcription) within the context of probability distribution functions in statistics. They form an orthogonal subset of a more general family of littleknown Routh polynomials introduced Edward John Routh in 1884. The term Romanovski polynomials was put forward by Raposo, with reference to the socalled 'pseudo Jacobi polynomials in Lesky's classification scheme. It seems more consistent to refer to them as Romanovski–Routh polynomials, by analogy with the terms Romanovski–Bessel and Romanovski–Jacobi used by Lesky for two other sets of orthogonal polynomials.
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