If we fix a rectangle in the affine real space and if we choose at random a real polynomial with given degree d, the probability P(d) that a component of its vanishing locus crosses the rectangle in its length is clearly positive. But is P(d) uniformly bounded from below when d increases? I will explain a positive answer to a very close question involving real analytic functions. This is a joint work with Vincent Beffara.
- Stochastic Analysis Seminar