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On T) if Ηπΐ/-, 0 ||χ(ί, ω) - x(/o, ω)|| = 0 at to (resp. for every /0 e T), where the norm is the L2-norm. We have, for xo e R, Σ ak(œ)xk k=0 Σ ak(œ)xo A: = 0 =ε ^η - Σ ak(œ)[xk - xo] k=0 Σ 8{|^(£Ü)| 2 |JC* - ^ o | 2 l - ^ 0 k= 1 as x -> Xo. Since the above holds for every x0 e R, Fn(x, ω) is continuous in mean-square on R. In view of the above two lemmas, we see that random algebraic polynomials with L\-coefficients are continuous in probability, and those with /^-coefficients are continuous in mean-square.

The family of all sets of the form S{A, B), for A a compact subset of 3C and B open in y, is a subbase for the compact open topology TC for the set of all functions from 9C to ^ . Hence the family of finite intersections of sets of the form S(A, B) is a base for τ<·. 5. Measurability of the Number of Zeros 27 Now it is known that if DC is a metric space and

Random reciprocal matrices. , n. Reciprocal matrices are used in the analytic hierarchy process to prioritize alternatives using pairwise comparison judgements elicited from decision makers or other experienced judges. We refer to Saaty [20] for a discussion of reciprocal matrices and their applications. Random reciprocal matrices were introduced and studied by Vargas [21]. It would be of interest to study the zeros of random algebraic polynomials associated with random reciprocal matrices, and consider the interpretation of these zeros in applied problems.