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Summability of divergent series. (Sommation des séries divergentes.) (French) Zbl 0836.40004
From the author’s abstract: This text deals with the two first chapters of a course given at Grenoble in the academic year 1991-92. The first chapter is devoted to the classical Borel summability; it includes the classical definition of Fourier-Laplace transform; the equivalent definition of Watson-Nevanlinna by Gevrey estimates; a definition, based on a theorem of Ramis-Sibuya, which involves only exponentially decreasing functions in sectors; and finally the more or less classical computation of Borel sums by factorial series. The second chapter is devoted to the \(k\)-summability, and mainly to the multisummability, a notion due to Ecalle which gives the possibility to resume formal power series “by a mixture of several different levels”. The main interest of this notion of “multisummability” is the theorem that all formal solutions of nonlinear analytic differential equations are multisummable, a fact first proved by Braaksma.

MSC:
40G99 Special methods of summability
34E05 Asymptotic expansions of solutions to ordinary differential equations
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