Linear summation method
A summation method (cf. Summation methods) having the properties of linearity:
1) if the series is summable by the summation method to the sum , then the series is summable by this method to the sum ;
2) if the series , are summable by the summation method to and respectively, then the series is summable by this method to the sum .
All most widespread summation methods are linear; in particular, a matrix summation method and a semi-continuous summation method. There are non-linear summation methods. For example, the method in which summability of a series to the sum is defined by the existence of the limit of the sequence , where
( are the partial sums of the series), is not linear.
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