Cesáro summation

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Cesáro summation

[chā′zä·rō sə′mā·shən]
(mathematics)
A method of attaching sums to certain divergent sequences and series by taking averages of the first n terms and passing to the limit.
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A generalization of Orlicz sequence spaces by Cesaro mean of order one.
Maddox, A new type of Cesaro mean, Analysis, 9 (1989), no.
Cesaro mean distribution of group automata starting from measures with summable decay.
the Cesaro means of {B(t) : t [greater than or equal to] 0 }.
This classical theorem states that for 2[pi]-periodic continuous functions f (x) the sequence of Cesaro means {[[sigma].
alpha]] the n-th Cesaro means of order [alpha], with [alpha] > -1, of the sequence ([s.
n] the nth Cesaro means of order ([alpha], [beta]), with [alpha] + [beta] > -1, of the sequence ([s.
MARKETT, On approximation by Cesaro means of Laguerre expansion and best approximation, Resultate der Mathematik, 2 (1979), 124-150.