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**sequence**{ an } is said to be convergent if an + a for some a . A**sequence**{ an } in a metric space is a Cauchy**sequence**if limm .. ( am , an ) = 0. If every Cauchy**sequence**is convergent , a metric space is said to be complete .Page 68

which converges weakly to a point in X. Every

which converges weakly to a point in X. Every

**sequence**{ xn } such that { x * xn } is a Cauchy**sequence**of scalars for each x * EX * is called a weak Cauchy**sequence**. The space X is said to be weakly complete if every weak Cauchy ...Page 345

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**sequence**of functions in A ( D ) is a weak Cauchy**sequence**( a**sequence**converging weakly to f in A ( D ) ) if and only if it is uniformly bounded and converges at each point of the boundary of D ( to f ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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