limit periodic 
In the case of the inviscid scalar equations and chromatography systems, the class of initial data for which decay results are proved includes, in particular, the L∞ generalized limit periodic functions.


Accelerating convergence of limit periodic continued fractionsK(an/1)


It is shown that the convergence of limit periodic continued fractionsK(an/1) with liman=a can be substantially accelerated by replacing the sequence of approximations {Sn(0)} by the sequence {Sn(x1)}, where


On the acceleration of limit periodic continued fractions


A continued fraction (c.f.)K(an/1) is called limit periodic if


Convergence acceleration of limit periodic continued fractions under asymptotic side conditions


It represents an improvement of the method recently proposed by Jacobsen and Waadeland [3, 4] for limit periodic continued fractions.


We studyH=d2/dx2+V(x) withV(x) limit periodic, e.g.V(x)=Σancos(x/2n) with Σ∣an∣>amp;lt;∞.


We give examples of limit periodic potentials of that kind such that the pure point spectrum is dense in an interval or a Cantor set of measure zero.


We apply the results of the periodic case, to limit periodic Jacobi matrices, and obtain sufficient conditions for G≥v and for σ>amp;gt;0.


We provide a characterization of the limit periodic sets for analytic families of vector fields under the hypothesis that the first jet is nonvanishing at any singular point.


On the convergence of limit periodic continued fractions K(an/1), wherean→1/4.


The limit periodic case, that is, when these limits exist for n = j mod k , j = 1, .


On the Convergence of Limit Periodic Continued Fractions K(an/1) where an→  ?.


The Cauchy problem for NNSE is solved in the class of limit periodic functions which are well approximated by periodic ones.


Limit periodic functions, adding machines, and solenoids


Limit periodic Schur algorithms, the case 441144114411


Computation of limit periodic continued fractions.


Multidimensional discrete Schr?dinger equation with limit periodic potential

