monotone nondecreasing sequence

monotone nondecreasing sequence

(mathematics)
A sequence, {Sn }, of real numbers that never decreases; that is, Sn +1Sn for all n.
A sequence of real-valued functions, {ƒn }, defined on the same domain, D, that never decreases; that is, ƒn +1(x) ≥ ƒn (x) for all n and for all x in D.
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Next, we consider a monotone nondecreasing sequence {[u.sub.n]} [subset] X converging to u [member of] X.
Let S be a partially compact subset of C(J, R) and let [{[x.sub.n]}.sub.n [member of] N] be a monotone nondecreasing sequence of points in S.