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Questions tagged [cesaro-summable]

For questions about Cesàro summation and Cesàro summable sequences.

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What useful properties does usual summation have, but alternatives do not? (Cesaro, etc)

Before I really ask my question, I want to give my train of reasoning. Suppose we have some method of summation (as I understand, assigning a number to a series) that satisfies some or all of ...
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Limit of $n$-Cesaro summation as $n \to \infty$

I recently learned that a Cesaro summation extends the usual summation in the following way: Given a sequence $a_1, a_2, \ldots $ we construct the Cesaro sequence by defining $$\sigma_n = \frac{1}{n}\...
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Show a series is Cesaro summable.

I am given this series: $\sum_{n=1}^{\infty}\cos(\frac{n\pi}{6})$ and asked if it converges and if it's Cesaro summable or not. I can easily show that this series diverges. However, I am unsure how ...
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Prove Cesàro mean using the weak law of large numbers

Is it possible to prove that the Cesàro mean of a converging sequence is the limit of the sequence through probabilities using the weak law of large numbers ? Has it ever been done ?
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Cesaro summability of this sequence

Consider the sequence $(0,0,1,1,1,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1..)$, i.e the sequence of 2 zeros, followed by $2^2$ ones, followed by $2^3$ zeros, $2^4$ ones and so on. I know that the sequence of Cesaro ...
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Convergence of infinite products

I wonder, parallel to the theory of summability of infinite series is there a theory for infinite products? Is there any generalized convergence method (such as Cesaro and Abel summability) for the ...
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Hardy's power series. Cesàro convergence

Doing my analysis homework i have come across the following power series known as Hardy's power series $$\sum\limits_{k=0}^{\infty}a_kx^k=\sum\limits_{k=0}^{\infty}(-1)^kx^{2^k}\mbox{ for x}\in[0,1],$$...
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Proving the converse to the Cesaro theorem under weak assumptions

I have previously asked a question to prove the converse of the Cesaro theorem under the assumption that $u_{n+1}-u_n=o(\frac{1}{n})$ . This time I have to do it under the assumption that $u_{n+1}-u_n=...
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Cesaro summability together with $\lim nu_n\to 0$ implies convergence

Assume the series $\sum u_n$ is Cesaro summable and $\lim_{n\to\infty} nu_n\to 0$. We want to see that the series is (Cauchy) convergent. Attempt: Let $s_n=\sum_{i=1}^n u_n$ denote the $n$-th partial ...
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Banach limit for Cesaro summable sequences

I'm solving an exercise from Lax's Functional analysis. The section concerns generalized limits (more particularly, Banach limits), which are obtained by applying the Hahn-Banach theorem to the ...
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Cesaro and Tandori sequence spaces, representations and duality

Definitions. Fix $1\leq p\leq\infty$. Given a scalar sequence $a=(a_n)_{n=1}^\infty$, denote by $\tilde{a}=(\tilde{a}_n)_{n=1}^\infty$, where each $\tilde{a}_n=\sup_{k\geq n}|a_k|$. Now we define ...
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Equivalent of Cesaro or Abel Summation for Limits

Functions such as sin(x) are not considered to have limits as x approaches infinity. Sequences such as Grandi's series of 1-1+1-1+1... are not considered to have sums classically but with expanded ...
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If a series of complex numbers $\sum_{n\in{\bf Z}_{\ge0}}c_{n}$ converges to $s$ then $\sum_{n\in{\bf Z}_{\ge0}}c_{n}$ is Cesàro summable to $s$

Prove that if a series of complex numbers $\displaystyle\sum_{n\in{\bf Z}_{\ge0}}c_{n}$ converges to $s$ then we have $\displaystyle\sum_{n\in{\bf Z}_{\ge0}}c_{n}$ is Cesàro summable to $s$ . My ...
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Summability Question

Today I was reading Cesaro Summability and Abel summability. I found that there exists a series which is Cesaro summable but do not converge in conventional way (the usual way...). Again there exists ...
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multidimensional pointwise convergence of manipulated Fourier series - reference request

For a continuous complex-valued continuous function $f$ on the unit circle $\mathbb{T}$, we have that $f\ast K_n$ converges uniformly to $f$, where $K_n$ are the Fejér kernels defined by taking Césaro ...
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General Cesàro summability (and examples?)

According to Wikipedia, given a series $\sum a_n$ we can define a general Cesàro sum (C, $\alpha$) for $\alpha \in \Bbb R \setminus \Bbb N$ as $\lim_{n\to\infty}\dfrac {A^\alpha_n}{E^\alpha_n}$ where ...
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nonlinear sequence to sequence transformations

i know matrix methods such as Cesaro,Holder,Riesz are regular linear sequence transformations. i wonder if there is any regular nonlinear sequence transformation?
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Geometric meaning of the Césaro limit of Geometric sequence on the Torus.

As a motivattion for an introdutory notion in our Ergodic lecuture, we were asked to give a Geometric meaning to the following limit. Let $\lambda\in \Bbb T$ $$\lim_{n\to \infty}\frac1n\sum_{k=0}^{...
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Infinite/Recursive Cesàro Summation of $\zeta(1)$

Is anything known about this kind of `infinite' Cesàro summation (or any related types of summation)? If we have a function we wish to sum $f(n)$, but $$ S^0[f] = \sum_{n=1}^\infty f(n) $$ diverges, ...
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Dominated convergence theorem for vairance and cesaro mean of random variables

I was wondering the following problem: If $X_n$ is a sequence of independent random variables, $|X_n|\leq b, (b>0)$ and $X_n$ converges to $X$ almost surely. Using dominated convergence theorem, ...
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Understanding part of a proof for Stolz-Cesaro Theorem

I'm trying to understand a step from a proof of the Stolz-Cesaro Theorem. Let ${\left\{ {{b_n}} \right\}_{n \in {\Bbb N}}}$ is a positively strictly increasing unbounded sequence. If ${\left\{ {{a_n}...
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Proofs with absolutely summable sequences

(I'm sorry if someone has already asked a similar question, I couldn't find anything from my search). The question is here. Let $l^1$ denote the space of all absolutely summable sequences, i.e., ...