Euler transformation

Euler transformation

[′ȯi·lər ‚tranz·fər′mā·shən]
(mathematics)
A method of obtaining from a given convergent series a new series which converges faster to the same limit, and for defining sums of certain divergent series; the transformation carries the series a0-a1+ a2-a3+ ⋯ into a series whose n th term is
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Therefore, we can achieve rapid convergence by applying the Euler transformation [13].
and p is the term number of the Euler transformation.
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