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1 Introduction Algorithms that manipulate recursive sequences, as it occurs with greatest common divisors, division of polynomials, Sturm sequences, and others have a problem with growth of the intermediate expressions. Such problem have been addressed by 1 - 5 . Also it is known that for Chebyshev polynomials the length of the coefficients decreases in a Sturm sequence2 . Such property was used by6 who presents an algebraic algorithm to enumerate zeros inside a circle, based on Chebyschev polynomials.
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