limit laws for uniform convergence
As might be expected, the usual (pointwise) limit laws — for instance, that the sum of limits is the limit of sums — have analogues for uniform limits. The laws for uniform limits are usually not mentioned in elementary textbooks, but they are useful in situations where having uniform convergence is crucial, such as when working with infinite sums or products of holomorphic or meromorphic functions.
The uniform laws may be derived simply by reinterpreting the pointwise proofs from any calculus text, with some extra conditions. Some of these results are listed below.
In the following, is a metric space, and is another metric space (with the appropriate operations defined), while and (with ) are functions that converge uniformly on to and , respectively. (For example, and may be , the complex plane.)
|Title||limit laws for uniform convergence|
|Date of creation||2013-03-22 15:23:06|
|Last modified on||2013-03-22 15:23:06|
|Last modified by||stevecheng (10074)|