M. Buntinas, N. Tanović-Miller
Oct 1, 1991
Canadian Journal of Mathematics
Abstract Strong convergence has been investigated in summability theory and Fourier analysis. This paper extends strong convergence to a topological property of sequence spaces E. The more general property of strong boundedness is also defined and examined. One of the main results shows that for an FK-space E which contains all finite sequences, strong convergence is equivalent to the invariance property E = ℓ ν0. E with respect to coordinatewise multiplication by sequences in the space ℓν0 defined in the paper. Similarly, strong boundedness is equivalent to another invariance E = ℓν.E. The results of the paper are applied to summability fields and spaces of Fourier series.