The topology of statistical convergence

Khdiga K Tabib, University of Texas at El Paso


A sequence {xn} is said to be statistically convergent to ℓ provided that "almost all" of the values of { xn} are arbitrarily close to ℓ. One can also define what is meant by statistical limit point, statistical limit superior, statistical limit inferior of a sequence and so forth and thus create a theory of convergence that includes ordinary convergence. In this work we investigate all these concepts and prove some new results. We also introduce a topology defined by this new convergence which we call statistical topology. Then we prove that both the statistical topology and the regular topology are identical. ^

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Tabib, Khdiga K, "The topology of statistical convergence" (2012). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI1518242.