We study the concepts of I-limit and I-cluster points of a sequence, where I is an ideal with the Baire property. We obtain the relationship between I-limit and I-cluster points of a subsequence of a given sequence and the set of its classical limit points in the sense of category theory.
In this paper we consider power series method which is also member of the class of all continuous summability methods. We study a Korovkin type approximation theorem for a sequence of positive linear operators acting from a weighted space C ρ 1 into a weighted space B ρ 2 with the use of the power series method which includes both Abel and Borel methods. We also consider the rates of convergence of these operators.
In this paper, using the concept of ideal convergence, which extends the idea of ordinary convergence and statistical convergence, we are concerned with the I-uniform convergence and the I-pointwise convergence of sequences of functions defined on a set of real numbers D.
We present the Arzelà–Ascoli theorem by means of ideal convergence and also the relationship between I-equicontinuity and I-continuity for a family of functions.
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