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**A contribution to the theory of divergent sequences.**
*(English)*
Zbl 0031.29501

### MSC:

40C05 | Matrix methods for summability |

### Keywords:

summability### Citations:

Zbl 0005.20901
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[1] | Cf.Banach, Théorie des opérations linéaires, Warszawa 1932, p. 33–34. |

[2] | Cf.Banach, op. cit. p. 32. |

[3] | We here make use of the known construction which leads to the proof of the theorem about the continuation of a linear functional, cf.Banach op. cit. p. 27. |

[4] | It is no use to try to generalize by aid of (8) the notion of almost convergence also for unbounded sequences. In fact it easily follows from (8) that the sequence {x n} is bounded. |

[5] | For a complex sequencez n=x n+iy n we define Limz n by the aid of (8) or put Limz n= Limx n+i Limy n. |

[6] | A similar definition, wherex n is defined for all <n<+is given byA. Walther, Fastperiodische Folgen und Potenzreihen mit fastperiodischen Koeffizienten, Hamburger Abh, 6 (1928), p. 217–234. |

[7] | Cf. for exampleH. Bohr, Fastperiodische Funktionen, Ergebn, der Math. Berlin 1932, p. 34–38. |

[8] | Deutsche Mathematik,3 (1938), 390–402. |

[9] | The author gave similar Tauberian theorems for the methods of Cesàro and Abel in a paper “Tauberian theorems and Tauberian conditions{” which is to appear in the Transactions Americ. Math. Soc.} |

[10] | We shall not treat the similar problem of the regularity of a method with respect to allalmost periodic sequences. A regular method for functionsf(t) which has the form $$\(\backslash\)mathop {\(\backslash\)lim }\(\backslash\)limits_{x \(\backslash\)to \(\backslash\)infty } \(\backslash\)sum\(\backslash\)limits_0\^{ + \(\backslash\)infty } {K\(\backslash\)left( {x,t} \(\backslash\)right)f\(\backslash\)left( t \(\backslash\)right)dt = s} $$ sums everyalmost periodic function f(t) of a real argument <t<+to its mean value (II) exactly if the condition of “asymtotic orthogonality{” $$\(\backslash\)mathop {\(\backslash\)lim }\(\backslash\)limits_{x \(\backslash\)to \(\backslash\)infty } \(\backslash\)sum\(\backslash\)limits_0\^{ + \(\backslash\)infty } {K\(\backslash\)left( {x,t} \(\backslash\)right)\(\backslash\)mathop {\(\backslash\)cos }\(\backslash\)limits_{\(\backslash\)sin } \(\backslash\)lambda tdt - o\(\backslash\)left( {\(\backslash\)lambda real \(\backslash\)ne o} \(\backslash\)right) } $$ is fulfilled. This is certainly the case, if the kernelK(x, t) is equally distributed in the sense that $$\(\backslash\)mathop {\(\backslash\)lim }\(\backslash\)limits_{x \(\backslash\)to \(\backslash\)infty } \(\backslash\)int\(\backslash\)limits_E {K\(\backslash\)left( {x,t} \(\backslash\)right)dt = \(\backslash\)delta \(\backslash\)left( E \(\backslash\)right)} $$ holds for every measurable setE<(0, +, for which the density in the interval (0, +, viz. $$\(\backslash\)delta \(\backslash\)left( E \(\backslash\)right) = \(\backslash\)mathop {\(\backslash\)lim }\(\backslash\)limits_{n \(\backslash\)to \(\backslash\)infty } \(\backslash\)frac{I}{n}$$ meas {E{\(\cdot\)}(o,n)} has a sense.} |

[11] | It may be remarked here that the methods of class $$\(\backslash\)mathfrak{A}$$ have been investigated byD. Menchoff, Bull. Acad. Sci. URSS, Moscou, ser. math.,1937, 203–229. D. Menchoff proves an interesting theorem about the summability of orthogonal series by methods of class $$\(\backslash\)mathfrak{A}$$ . Cf. alsoR. P. Agnew, Bull. Americ. Math. Soc.52, 128–132 (1946), where a special case of our theorem 8 is proved. |

[12] | I. Schur, Journ. für reine und angew. Math.151 (1921), 79–111 Theorem III. According to this theorem a regular method $$A’ = \(\backslash\)left\(\backslash\)| {a’_{\(\backslash\)mu \(\backslash\)nu } } \(\backslash\)right\(\backslash\)|$$ with elementsa {\(\mu\)}v ’ converging to zero for {\(\mu\)} sums all bounded sequences exactly when lim $$\(\backslash\)sum\(\backslash\)limits_\(\backslash\)nu {\(\backslash\)left| {a’_{\(\backslash\)mu \(\backslash\)nu } } \(\backslash\)right|} = o$$ holds. |

[13] | We assume that {\(\Omega\)}(n) does not alter more than by 1 in every interval of the length 1, a natural condition as a density {\(\omega\)}(n) always has this property. |

[14] | Theorem 12 evidently follows also from the known theorem about the condensation of singularities. Cf.Kaczmarz undSteinhaus, Theorie der Orthogonalreihen, Warschau, 1935 p. 24. The proof given above is nothing but a “geometrical{” proof of this theorem.} |

[15] | F. Hausdorff, Summationsmethoden und Momentenfolgen, Math. Zeitschrift9 (1921), 74–109. · doi:10.1007/BF01378337 |

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