# On some aspects of summability*

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ANNALES SOCIETATIS MATHEMATICAE POLONAE Series I: COMMENTATIONES MATHEMATICAE XXV (1985) ROCZNIKI POLSKIEGO TOWARZYSTWA MATEMATYCZNEGO

Séria I: PRACE MATEMATYCZNE XXV (1985)

On some aspects of summability*

Abstract. The present paper has been devoted to study the (J, ря) summability of some series associated with Fourier series which may be considered as corresponding theorems of Khan .

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1. Let pn > 0 be such that £ p„ diverges, and the radius of convergence

l n= 0

of the power series

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(!•!) P (z )= £ pnzn

n= 0

be 1. Given any series £ a „ with the sequence of partial sums {s„}, we shall use the notation

(!-2) P,(r)= £ P„snrn

n= 0

and

(L3) J s(r) = Ps{r)/p(r).

If the series on the right of (1.2) is convergent in the right open interval [0, 1), and if

lim J s{r) = S, X~»l _

we say that the series J^a„ or the sequence {s„} is summable (J , pn) to S, where S is finite (Borwein , Hardy , p. 80).

Particular cases of this method of summability are:

(a) the Abel method: where pn = 1 for all n;

(b) the (Ая) method: where pn is given by

( l - r ) _A_1 = £ pnrn for X > - 1 (|r| < 1);

n= 0

The paper is dedicated to Professor W. Orlicz on the occasion of his 80th birthday.

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(с) the logarithmic method (L): where p„ is given by

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r ~ 1 l o g ( l - r ) “ 1 = Y pn r".

n — 0

2. Suppose that / is a Lebesgue-integrable function, periodic with period 2л. Let

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(2.1) / W ~ i « o + Z (я,,cosnx + b„sinnx) n — 1

be its Fourier series.

The series

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(2.2) Y n (bncosn x — a„sm nx),

n — 1

which is obtained by differentiating (2.1) term by term, is called the first derived series or derived Fourier series of /.

The series

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(2.3) Y ten sin x — b„cosnx)

n= 1

is called the conjugate series of the Fourier series (2.1).

We shall use the notations:

<p(t) = ? { f ( x + t ) + f ( x - t ) - 2 S } , il/{t) = i { f { x + t ) - f { x - t ) } ,

g ( t ) = f ( x + t ) - f { x - t ) - 2 t f ' { x ) , / ( * ) = - - J

к o+ ita n ^ f

It is known (Zygmund, ) that / exists almost everywhere, if / is integrable.

3. Regarding the summability {Ax) of Fourier series and its allied series, various results have been established, among which special mentions may be made of the works of Mishra , Khan . The summability (L) of Fourier series and its allied series has been studied by Hsiang  and the ( J , pn) summability of Fourier series has been established by Khan . The object of the present paper is to find out some results for the (J , pn) summability of series (2.2) and (2.3). We prove:

Theorem 1. A necessary and sufficient condition fo r the derived series (2.2) o f the Fourier series o f a function f to be summable ( J , pn) to the sum f'(x ), is that

J Im p (relt)dt = o(p(r)), о '

fo r any arbitrary Ô, 0 < Ô < к, as r -> 1 —.

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Corollary 1. The (J , pn) summability o f the derived series (2.2) o f the Fourier series o f f at x, is a local property o f /', near x.

Corollary 2. L et the sequence {p„} be positive and decreasing steadily to zero, such that {np„} is bounded. I f

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(ii)

\$ \ d g (u )\ = o (tp {l-t)) ( f ^ 0 + ) , 0

*c \dg{u) I . x

j — — = o ( p ( l - t ) ) (t-> 0 + ) t u

fo r any arbitrary ô, 0 < Ô < к, then the derived Fourier series (2.2) o f f is summable ( J , p„) to f ' ( x) at x.

Theorem 2. A necessary and sufficient condition fo r the conjugate series (2.3) o f the Fourier series o f a function f to be summable ( J , pn) to the sum f (x), is that

0 il/(t)

j ~ —RQp(relt) dt = o(p(r)), о 1

fo r any arbitrary ô, 0 < Ô < n, as r -> 1 — .

Corollary 3. T he ( J , pn) summability o f the conjugate series (2.3) o f the Fourier series o f the function f at x, is a local property o f / at x.

Corollary 4. L et the sequence {pn} be positive and decreasing steadily to zero. I f

(i) j \ij/(u)\du = o ( t l+ e p { l - t ) ) (Г-+0 + ), о

where e is a positive number as small as we please, and

(ii) = o ( p ( l - t ) ) ( J - + 0 + ) t и

fo r any arbitrary ô, 0 < Ô < к, then the conjugate series o f the Fourier series o f the function f is summable (J , pn) to f (x) at x.

4. For proving our theorems we will need the following lemmas:

Lemma 1; I f the sequence {p„} is positive and decreasing steadily to zero, then

(i) Ü p„rnsinnt = 0 ( 1 )

n= 0 and

### (ii)

I

n= 0

p„rncosn t = 0(1)

fo r 0 ^ r < 1 and f o r all real t.

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P r o o f . Since the series £ r” sinnt and £ r”cosnt are both convergent for 0 ^ r < 1 and for all real t, and the sequence {p„} is positive and decreasing steadily to zero, both parts (i) and (ii) of the lemma follow immediately from Dirichlet’s test of convergence of infinite series.

Lemma 2. I f the sequence {pn} is the same as in Lem m a 1 such that {npH}

is bounded, then

5. P r o o f o f T h e o r e m 1. Let cr„(x) = £ k (b k c o s k x — ak s'mkx) be the nth partial sum of series (2.2). Then following on the lines of Zygmund , Prasad , we have

= I i + I 2 + o(p(r)), say.

Clearly, 12 = 0(p(r)), by the Riemann-Lebesgue theorem and the regularity of the ( J , pn) method.

fo r 0 ^ r < 1 and f o r all real t.

P r o o f .

lim - У, p„rns in n t= lim Упр„глsin nt

= 0 ( Z ПРпгП) nt

because { np„] is bounded.

П

Thus

Further,

Hence

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But

ao OD ac

## X

p. W . ( * ) - / ' ( * Ж

## X p.«,wr*-/'w X Pnr"

ao

= Z = ра(г)“ /'(х)р(г).

Therefore

P s (r )-f'(x )p {r ) = - j d^ l m p ( r e it) + o(p(r)) TC O r

from which it is clear that

- x } = / '(* ) if and only if

J - ^ I m p(reil) = o(p(r)).

о *

This completes the proof of Theorem 1.

6. P r o o f o f C o r o l l a r y 1. From the proof of Theorem 1, it is clear

for any arbitrary <5, 0 < Ô < к, as r -> 1 —.

This implies that the ( J , pn) summability of (2.2) depends on the behaviour of f in the nbd of the point x.

This proves Corollary 1.

P r o o f o f C o r o l l a r y 2. We write that

Now

by Lemma 2

and

as t —► 1 —.

Hence the desired result follows from Theorem 1.

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7. P r o o f o f T h e o r e m 2. Let П

S0 = 0, Sn = Sn(x) = Y (ams in rn x -b mcosmx), и = 0 , 1 , 2,

m = 1

be the sequence of partial sums of (2.3).

Let us denote by

n — 1

Sg = 0 , S * = S* (x) = Y (a m s*n mx - bm cos mx) + j (a„ sin nx - b„ cos nx),

m = 1

n — 1 , 2 , . . . the modified partial sum of (2.3).

We know (Zygmund ) that

~ * 2 ; фи)

S * —f = — f - --- j—cos ntdt n J к о 2 t a n i t

2 (0 „v 2 ^ ( 0

— f ---- - c o s n t-h o ( l) = — f — -cosnt + o (l)

n о t n J0 t

as f --- c o s n t d t-^ 0 , by Riemann-Lebesgue theorem, and thatях о s *

Sn — S * ^ 0 uniformly as n -> oo.

Consequently, (7.1)

Now (7.2)

Y Pn(Sn- S t ) r n = o(p{r)), as r -» 1 = . n= 0

oo 2 00 ô é ( t )

Р п № - 1 ) г п

## = ~ Z

P „ r " { j~ ^ c o s n t d t

## +

o (l))

n=0 K n=0 0 f

2 *Ф( 1)

= - f - - ( I p„cosntr")dt + o( X Р„г")

Я 0 ^ n= 0 n= 0

2 î l M I )

= — f ——- R ep(re,')dt-l-o(p(r)).

7Г g t But

Pn(sn- 7 ) r n =

### X p«(^-^)r"+Z /Us*- 7 V”

n=0 n = 0 n= 0

= o(pM) + I P »(S?- Л г " by (7.1)

n= О

<5

### 2

d \l/(t)

= O (p (r)) + - j ^ Re p {ré') dt by (7.2).

71 о ^

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Hence the sequence {5„(x)} is summable ( J , pn) to f { x ) if and only if

^ il/ (t)

J — Re p (reй) dt = о (p (r)), о 1

and thus Theorem 2 is proved.

8. P r o o f o f C o r o l l a r y 3. From the proof of Theorem 2, it is evident that

® ~ 2 ô \l/(t)

Ps (r) = Z P n ( S n - I ) r n = - f Re p { r é 1)+ o (p (r)),

n= о я 6 t

for any arbitrary <5, 0 < ô < n, as r -» 1 —.

This implies that the (J , p„) summability of the conjugate series (2.3) depends upon the behaviour of the conjugate function / in the nbd of the point x and this proves Corollary 3.

P r o o f o f C o r o l l a r y 4. We write

Ô è ( t ) 1 -r à

J — - R e p ( r e lt) d t = { + { = P 1{r) + P 2{r), say.

0 * 0 1 — r

Now

1~r M (t)I

P i(r) = 0 ( l ) f --- —dt by Lemma 1 (ii) n t

=

(

)

### |o(r1+sp(l-t))l + j i-o(t1+£p(l-t))<fr

t J О О r

= 0 ( l ) [ o ( l ) + o ( l ) ] = o ( l ) . By Lemma 1 (ii), we have

### P2(r) = 0(l)^J ^j^-dtSj = o(p{r))t

as r -► 1

Hence Corollary 4 follows from Theorem 2.

A ck n o w le d g e m e n ts. The author is grateful to late Dr. S. R. Sinha, Department of Mathematics, University of Allahabad for his kind encouragement during the preparation of this paper. The author is also very much thankful to the learned referee whose valuable comments and suggestions improved the presentation of the paper.

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 F. C. H siang, Summability (L) o f the Fourier series, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 67 (1961), 150- 153.

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