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Computation of orthogonal polynomials and Jacobi-Szegii parameters Suppose $(t,z) is a generating function for p. The object is t o compute the orthogonal polynomials {Pn(z)} and the Jacobi-Szego parameters {a,, wn} from $(t,z). w,, n 2 0, as defined by Equation (2). The following theorem has been proved in our paper3. 1. Let $(t,z) = C,"==, anPn(z)tnbe a generating function for p. Then we have t+O lim +(t, f) = c 00 anzn, n=O n=O n=O where a-1 = 0 by convention. Thus once we have found a generating function for p, then we can compute {P,,a,, w,} as follows: 47 Namely, first expand $(t,x) as a power series in t to get a, and P,(x),which is expressed as a sum of monomials.

1 for bosons. 2. Normally ordered equation f o r Ut . 1). atUt = -i (Dtbt + Dbf) Ut = -i (Dt6tbt + DbfUt) - T-DtDUt. Eq. e Applying the P &6t = i (DiUtbt + DbtGt) - T - D t D 6 t . (28) The system of Eqs. (27,28) is closed and causally normally ordered in the sense that all the bf operators are on the left hand side and all the bt are on the right hand side of the Ut system. eThe operators U and 6 are dependent, hence if one substitutes the definition of 6into (27), then the result will be closed.