Gronwall summation method
A method for summing series of numbers or functions, defined by specifying two functions and satisfying certain conditions. A series can be summed by the Gronwall method to a sum if
where , is defined by the expansion
then the Gronwall summation method becomes one of the Cesàro summation methods.
|||T.H. Gronwall, "Summation of series and conformal mapping" Ann. of Math. , 33 : 1 (1932) pp. 101–117|
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