absolute convergence


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absolute convergence

n.
The mathematical property by which the sum of the absolute values of the terms in a series converge.
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He said that above all, Pakistan-China relationship was founded on absolute convergence of interest that found expression on united and principled stance on a host of international and regional issues.
Alternatively, when a common cross-country long run equilibrium trajectory assumption cannot be rejected, we can state the presence of absolute convergence across countries.
Alternatively, for an analytic argument, the rearrangement is justified by absolute convergence.
As expected, no evidence of absolute convergence could be observed obviously due to presence of vast differences across the provinces in terms of the growth determinants.
The President said Pak-China partnership is founded on an absolute convergence of interest that finds expression in the united and principled stance on all international and regional issues.
and [zeta](s), which is justified by absolute convergence of both series for [sigma] > 1, gives Eq.
In Section 2, we give some tests for absolute convergence of a double series including analogues of Cauchy's Condensation Test, Abel's kth Term Test, Limit Comparison Test, Ratio Test, Ratio Comparison Test, and Raabe's Test.
min(1,p), (1) is well-defined (pointwise absolute convergence for almost all [lambda] [member of] [R.
In such a setting, the absolute convergence of all countries is impossible.
The sufficient conditions for the absolute convergence of the integral have been established by Buschman and Srivastava [1, p.
The conditions for absolute convergence of the series, for the shifting of integration line in some integrals and the error terms are also detailed in section 6.
This is absolute convergence [of security and availability].