A polynomial is called logarithmically concave (or log-concave) if the sequence of its coefficients is logarithmically concave.

If
is log-convex and is unimodal, then
is unimodal. However, the product of two log-convex
polynomials is itself log-convex (Levit and Mandrescu 2005).

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