By I. Todhunter

ISBN-10: 1429700556

ISBN-13: 9781429700559

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Let f = {fk } ∈ lN . If f0 = f1 = 0, then the first 2n terms of the convolution product f n are equal to zero. 13. In case g = {gk } satisfies g0 = 0, then (f /g) n ∈ N. 14. Let f, g, p, q ∈ l N such that g0 = 0 and q0 = 0. Then f p f ∗p = ∗ g∗q g q since (g ∗ q) ∗ f p ∗ = f ∗ p. 13. Let f = {fk }, g = {gk } ∈ lN . Then λ · (f ∗ g) = (λ · f ) ∗ (λ · g) for λ ∈ C. 15. Let f = {fk } ∈ lN . k λj fj λk−j gk−j j=0 k (λ · f ) 2 = (λ · f ) ∗ (λ · g). k fi λi fk−i λk−i = λk = i=0 fi fk−i i=0 =λ·f 2 .

For g ∈ lN , we will call such a manner are ( and ◦ g the exponential of g. 32) for any f, g ∈ l . To show these, we first recall that a sequence {f sequences in lN is said to converge (pointwise) to f ∈ l N if (j) lim f j→∞ k (j) }j∈N of = fk , k ∈ N. Clearly, if {f (j) }j∈N and {g (j) }j∈N are two sequences of sequences which converge to f and g respectively, then f (j) + g (j) = f + g, lim j→∞ lim j→∞ f (j) · g (j) = f · g, and lim f (j) ∗ g (j) = f ∗ g. j→∞ We may also define the infinite sum of a sequence {f (j) }j∈N of sequences as the n j=0 limiting sequence of the partial sum sequence ∞ j=0 n f (j) = lim n→∞ f (j) .

K≥m Note that we have also used 0 to denote 1 and H(0) for σ. It is also convenient to write instead of 1 and this practice will be assumed for similar situations in the sequel. } obtained by taking the difference of the consecutive components of the sequence {fk } will be denoted by ∆f and is called the first difference of f. , are defined recursively by ∆m f = ∆ ∆m−1 f . , for k ∈ N. We also define ∆0 f = f and ∆1 f = ∆f. 6. The following is the well known telescoping property for the difference operations: for f ∈ l N , b k=a (∆f )k = fb+1 − fa , 0 ≤ a ≤ b.

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