limit along a filter
The name along is used as well.
In the usual definition of limit one requires all sets to be cofinite - i.e. they have to be large. In the definition of -limit we simply choose which sets are considered to be large - namely the sets from the filter .
This notion shouldn’t be confused with the notion of limit of a filter (http://planetmath.org/filter) defined in general topology.
Let us note that the same notion is defined by some authors using the dual notion of ideal instead of filter and, of course, all results can be reformulated using ideals as well. For this approach see e.g. .
Limit of the sequence along the principal filter is .
If we put , where denotes the asymptotic density, then it can be shown that is a filter. In this case -convergence is known as statistical convergence.
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|Title||limit along a filter|
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