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1. 40: Sequences, Series, Summability
40B05 Multiple sequences and series (should also be assigned at least one otherclassification number in this section); 40C General summability methods; 40D
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Extractions: POINTERS: Texts Software Web links Selected topics here Sequences and series are really just the most common examples of limiting processes; convergence criteria and rates of convergence are as important as finding "the answer". (In the case of sequences of functions, it's also important do find "the question"!) Particular series of interest (e.g. Taylor series of known functions) are of interest, as well as general methods for computing sums rapidly, or formally. Series can be estimated with integrals, their stability can be investigated with analysis. Manipulations of series (e.g. multiplying or inverting) are also of importance. Sequences are discussed here, but for sequences of integers and their number-theoretic properties, see number theory Finite trigonometric sums are treated in 11L: Exponential sums and character sums The general question of whether or not a function defined by a series can be evaluated simply in terms of "known" functions is delicate; by analogy with differential equations, it is possible to deduce some answers using the tools of 12H: Differential and difference algebra Convergence and divergence of infinite limiting processes Multiple sequences and series (should also be assigned at least one other classification number in this section) General summability methods Direct theorems on summability

2. Sequences, Series, Summability
sequences, series, summability. 40Axx Convergence and divergence of infinite limiting processes. 40B05 Multiple sequences and series. 40Cxx General summability methods. 40Dxx Direct theorems on summability. 40Exx Inversion theorems. includes
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3. 40-xx
sequences, series, summability. 4000 General reference works (handbooks, dictionaries, bibliographies, etc 40B05 Multiple sequences and series {(should also be assigned at least one
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4. Home | Boston University Department Of Mathematics And Statistics
trigonometric functions. sequences and series; Taylor's series with the remainder sequences, series, summability, uniform convergence. Complex numbers, Taylor series. Application to

Extractions: Undergraduate Activities in the Department Undergraduate Math Courses Courses marked with a (*) satisfy divisional studies requirements. Courses numbered 500 and above are listed on the graduate course lists (see the graduate course lists from the math home page). CAS MA 118 College Algebra and Trigonometry Functions and graphs. Linear and quadratic equations. Exponents, logarithms. Right and oblique triangles; trigonometric functions. Optimization. Specifically intended to prepare students with insufficient background in mathematics for the study of calculus. This course may not be used in fulfillment of the distribution requirement. Satisfies the mathematics requirement in the College program. 4 cr, either sem. (*) CAS MA 120 Applied Mathematics for Social and Management Sciences Linear equations, systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, exponential functions and logarithms, elements of differential calculus, optimization, probability. Applications in economics, finance, and management. Satisfies both mathematics requirement and distribution requirement. 4 cr, either sem.

5. Sequences, Series, Summability
sequences, series, summability A short article designed to provide an introduction to sequences and series, the most common examples of limiting processes; convergence criteria and rates of
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6. MuPAD - Multi Processing Algebra Data Tool
Linear and multilinear algebra; matrix theory Real functions; Functions of a complexvariable; Ordinary differential equations sequences; series, summability.
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7. The Math Forum - Math Library - Sequences/Series
The Math Forum's Internet Math Library is a comprehensive catalog of Web sites and Web pages relating to the study of mathematics. This page contains sites relating to sequences and series. more sequences, series, summability Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas designed to provide an introduction to sequences and series, the most common examples of limiting
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Extractions: Before publishing that new sequence you have just found, you might want to check here to see if it's already been discovered. Directions for how to look up a sequence in the table, abbreviations used, sending in a new sequence; how to look up a reference or search for a word; puzzle sequences, classic sequences, hot sequences. Version available in French. more>> Sequence and Series (calculus@internet) - WebPrimitives, Cambridge, Massachusetts A short article designed to provide an introduction to sequences and series, the most common examples of limiting processes; convergence criteria and rates of convergence are as important as finding "the answer." Particular series of interest (e.g. Taylor series of known functions) are of interest, as well as general methods for computing sums rapidly, or formally. Series can be estimated with integrals, their stability can be investigated with analysis. Manipulations of series (e.g. multiplying or inverting) are also of importance. History; applications and related fields and subfields; textbooks, reference works, and tutorials; software and tables; other web sites with this focus.

8. MathGuide: Ordinary Differential Equations
Linear and multilinear algebra, matrix theory; Real functions; Functions of a complexvariable; Ordinary differential equations; sequences, series, summability.
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9. Sequences, Series, Summability|KLUWER Academic Publishers
summability of MultiDimensional Fourier series and Hardy Spaces Ferenc Weisz March2002, ISBN 1-4020-0564-4, Hardbound Price 112.00 EUR / 123.00 USD / 77.00
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10. PlanetMath: Abel Summability
create new user. name pass forget your password? Definition) Abel summability is a generalized convergence criterion for power series. achieve than the summability of the original series. Starting with this sequences, series, summability Special methods of summability Abel, Borel and power series methods)
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Extractions: Abel summability (Definition) Abel summability is a generalized convergence criterion for power series . It extends the usual definition of the sum of a series , and gives a way of summing up certain divergent series. Let us start with a series convergent or not, and use that series to define a power series Note that for the summability of is easier to achieve than the summability of the original series. Starting with this observation we say that the series is Abel summable if the defining series for is convergent for all , and if converges to some limit as . If this is so, we shall say that Abel converges to Of course it is important to ask whether an ordinary convergent series is also Abel summable, and whether it converges to the same limit? This is true, and the result is known as Abel's convergence theorem, or simply as Abel's theorem. Theorem (Abel) Let be a series; let

sequences, series, summability.
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Extractions: Visit this site: http://www.math.niu.edu/~rusin/known-math/index/40-XX.html Author: Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas Description: A short article designed to provide an introduction to sequences and series, the most common examples of limiting processes; convergence criteria and rates of convergence are as important as finding "the answer." Particular series of interest (e.g. Taylor series of known functions) are of interest, as well as general methods for computing sums rapidly, or formally. Series can be estimated with integrals, their stability can be investigated with analysis. Manipulations of series (e.g. multiplying or inverting) are also of importance. History; applications and related fields and subfields; textbooks, reference works, and tutorials; software and tables; other web sites with this focus. Levels: College Languages: English Resource Types: Articles Math Topics: Sequences and Series

12. PlanetMath: Alternating Series Test
4000( sequences, series, summability General reference works ) 40A05( sequences, series, summability Convergence and divergence of infinite limiting processes Convergence
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Extractions: alternating series test (Theorem) The alternating series test , or the Leibniz's Theorem , states the following: Theorem ] Let be a non-negative, non-increasing sequence or real numbers such that . Then the infinite sum converges. This test provides a sufficient (but not necessary) condition for the convergence of an alternating series, and is therefore often used as a simple first test for convergence of such series The condition is necessary for convergence of an alternating series. Example: The series does not converge, but the alternating series converges to W. Rudin, Principles of Mathematical Analysis , McGraw-Hill Inc., 1976. E. Kreyszig

13. The Math Forum - Math Library - Sequences/Series
sequences, series, summability Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas A short articledesigned to provide an introduction to sequences and series, the most
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Extractions: Before publishing that new sequence you have just found, you might want to check here to see if it's already been discovered. Directions for how to look up a sequence in the table, abbreviations used, sending in a new sequence; how to look up a reference or search for a word; puzzle sequences, classic sequences, hot sequences. Version available in French. more>> Sequence and Series (calculus@internet) - WebPrimitives, Cambridge, Massachusetts A short article designed to provide an introduction to sequences and series, the most common examples of limiting processes; convergence criteria and rates of convergence are as important as finding "the answer." Particular series of interest (e.g. Taylor series of known functions) are of interest, as well as general methods for computing sums rapidly, or formally. Series can be estimated with integrals, their stability can be investigated with analysis. Manipulations of series (e.g. multiplying or inverting) are also of importance. History; applications and related fields and subfields; textbooks, reference works, and tutorials; software and tables; other web sites with this focus.

14. CoLab Document Server - Subject: 40-xx Sequences, Series, Summability
Subject 40xx sequences, series, summability. MSC Classification Scheme(165) 40-xx sequences, series, summability (10) 40Axx Convergence
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sequences and series. recognize sequences and series. 40 sequences, series, summability. demonstrate an understanding of recursive and explicit definitions of functions and sequences

16. CoLab Document Server - Browse By Subject
differences and functional equations (1) 39Bxx Functional equationsand inequalities (1). 40xx sequences, series, summability (10)
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17. Mathematics And Statistics - BU 2003/2004 Undergraduate Bulletin
trigonometric functions. sequences and series; Taylor's series with the remainder sequences, series, summability, uniform convergence. Complex numbers, Taylor series. Application to
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Extractions: Chairman Steven Rosenberg Associate Chairman, Director of Undergraduate Studies Ashis Gangopadhyay Director of Statistics Program Eric Kolaczyk Director of BA/MA Program Mark Glickman Professors Berkey, Carpenter, D'Agostino, Devaney, Freedman, D. Fried, I. Fried, Grossberg, Hawkins, Jaffe, Kanamori, Kon, Kopell, Kreimer, Lee, Previato, Rohrlich, Rosenberg, Stevens, Taqqu, Wayne Associate Professors Abramovich, Blanchard, Gangopadhyay, Granoff, Hall, Kaper, Kimura, Lyasoff, Meuser, Sullivan, Weiner Assistant Professors Glickman, Kolaczyk, Polishchuk Professors Emeriti Blackett, Esch Lecturers Bianco, Frumosu, Kezim, Kohl, Kristy, Levichev, Nam, Reitano The department's faculty and the courses they offer reflect a broad spectrum of areas in theory and application within the mathematical sciences. Students concentrating in mathematics may select programs emphasizing pure mathematics, classical applied mathematics, or statistics and probability. Aware of the importance of mathematics in a technological society and in keeping with the philosophy of liberal arts, the department encourages concentrators to pursue broad programs of study, building a sound foundation of core mathematical ability while learning about contemporary applications of their subject.

18. 40-XX
40XX sequences, series, summability. 40-00 General reference works (handbooks,dictionaries, bibliographies, etc.); 40-01 Instructional
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19. 40 Sequences, Series, Summability
114 (1970), pp. 829 839. Vojt\ a\v{s} P. Settheoretic characteristics of summabilityof sequences and convergence of series. 281 (1987), pp. 173 183.
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Extractions: Bhagchandani L.K., Mehra K.N. A Saalschutzian theorem for triple series . 10:2 (1969), pp. 319 322. Bor H. . 32:3 (1991), pp. 435 439. Cassens P., Regan F. On generalized Lambert summability . 11:4 (1970), pp. 829 839. Set-theoretic characteristics of summability of sequences and convergence of series . 28:1 (1987), pp. 173 183. More on set-theoretic characteristics of summability of sequences by regular (Toeplitz) matrices . 29:1 (1988), pp. 97 102.

20. 40-XX
40XX, Prev 39 Up Top Next 41 . sequences, series, summability.40-00 General reference works (handbooks, dictionaries, bibliographies
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