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Volume 2014 |Article ID 945902 | 8 pages | https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/945902

# -Asymptotically Lacunary Equivalent Sequences

Academic Editor: Shamsul Qamar
Received02 Jul 2014
Accepted22 Sep 2014
Published03 Dec 2014

#### Abstract

We introduce the strong -asymptotically equivalent and strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalent sequences which are some combinations of the definitions for asymptotically equivalent, statistical limit, modulus function, -convergence, and lacunary sequences. Then we use these definitions to prove strong -asymptotically equivalent and strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalent analogues of Connor’s results in Connor, 1988, Fridy and Orhan’s results in Fridy and Orhan, 1993, and Das and Patel’s results in Das and Patel, 1989.

#### 1. Introduction

Let , , and denote the spaces of all real sequences, bounded and convergent sequences, respectively. Any subspace of is called a sequence space.

Let be a mapping of the set of positive integers into itself. A continuous linear functional on , the space of real bounded sequences, is said to be an invariant mean or -mean if and only if(i) when the sequence has for all ;(ii), where ;(iii) for all , where . The mapping is one to one with for all positive integers and , where denotes the th iterate of the mapping at . Thus extends the limit functional on in the sense that for all . If , write .

Several authors including Bilgin [1], Mursaleen [2], Savas [3], Schaefer [4], and others have studied invariant convergent sequences.

The notion of modulus function was introduced by Nakano [5]. We recall that a modulus is a function from to such that (i) if and only if , (ii) for , (iii) is increasing, and (iv) is continuous from the right at 0. Hence must be continuous everywhere on . Kolk [6], Maddox [7], Öztürk and Bilgin [8], Pehlivan and Fisher [9], Ruckle [10], and others used a modulus function to construct sequence spaces.

Following Freedman et al. [11], we call the sequence lacunary if it is an increasing sequence of integers such that as . The intervals determined by will be denoted by and . These notations will be used throughout the paper. The sequence space of lacunary strongly convergent sequences was defined by Freedman et al. [11] as follows:

Lacunary convergent sequences have been studied by Bilgin [12], Das and Mishra [13], Das and Patel [14], Savas and Patterson [15], and others. Marouf presented definitions for asymptotically equivalent sequences and asymptotic regular matrices in [16]. Patterson extended these concepts by presenting an asymptotically statistical equivalent analog of these definitions and natural regularity conditions for nonnegative summability matrices in [17].

Recently, the concept of asymptotically equivalent was generalized by Bilgin [12], Kumar and Sharma [18], Patterson and Savas [19], Savas and Basarr [20], and Patterson and Savas [15]. In this paper we introduce the strong -asymptotically equivalent and strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalent sequences which are some combinations of the definitions for asymptotically equivalent, statistical limit, modulus function, -convergence, and lacunary sequences.

In addition to these definitions, natural inclusion theorems will also be presented.

#### 2. Definitions and Notations

Now we recall some definitions of sequence spaces (see [7, 12, 1517, 2125]).

Definition 1. A sequence is statistically convergent to if

Definition 2. A sequence is strongly (Cesàro) summable to if

Definition 3. Let be any modulus; the sequence is strongly (Cesàro) summable to with respect to a modulus if

Definition 4. Two nonnegative sequences and are said to be asymptotically equivalent if , (denoted by ).

Definition 5. Two nonnegative sequences and are said to be asymptotically statistical equivalent of multiple provided that for every and simply asymptotically statistical equivalent, if .

Definition 6. Two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong asymptotically equivalent of multiple provided that and simply strong asymptotically equivalent, if .

Definition 7. Let be a lacunary sequence; the two nonnegative sequences and are said to be asymptotically lacunary statistical equivalent of multiple provided that for every and simply asymptotically lacunary statistical equivalent, if .

Definition 8. Let be a lacunary sequence; the two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong asymptotically lacunary equivalent of multiple provided that and simply strong asymptotically lacunary equivalent, if .

Definition 9. Let be any modulus; the two nonnegative sequences and are said to be -asymptotically equivalent of multiple provided that and simply strong -asymptotically equivalent, if .

Definition 10. Let be any modulus; the two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong -asymptotically equivalent of multiple provided that and simply strong -asymptotically equivalent, if .

Definition 11. Two nonnegative sequences and are said to be -asymptotically statistical equivalent of multiple provided that for every and simply -asymptotically statistical equivalent, if .

Definition 12. Let be a lacunary sequence; two nonnegative sequences and are said to be -asymptotically lacunary statistical equivalent of multiple provided that for every and simply -asymptotically lacunary statistical equivalent, if .

Definition 13. Let be a lacunary sequence; two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalent of multiple provided that and simply -asymptotically lacunary statistical equivalent, if .

Definition 14. Let be any modulus and let be a lacunary sequence; two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalent of multiple provided that and simply -asymptotically lacunary equivalent, if .

Definition 15. Let be any modulus and let be a lacunary sequence; two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong -asymptotically equivalent of multiple provided that and simply -asymptotically equivalent, if .
For we write for . Hence the two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong almost -asymptotically equivalent of multiple provided that and simply -asymptotically equivalent, if .
For for all we write for . Hence the two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong almost asymptotically equivalent of multiple provided that and simply strong almost asymptotically equivalent, if .

Definition 16. Let be any modulus and let be a lacunary sequence; two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalent of multiple provided that and simply -asymptotically lacunary equivalent, if .
For we write for . Hence the two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong almost -asymptotically lacunary equivalent of multiple provided that and simply strong almost -asymptotically lacunary equivalent, if .
For for all we write for . Hence the two nonnegative sequences and are said to be strong almost asymptotically lacunary equivalent of multiple provided that and simply strong almost asymptotically lacunary equivalent, if .

#### 3. Main Theorems

We now give lemma to be used later.

Lemma 17. Let be any modulus. Suppose for given , there exist and such that Then .

Proof. Let be given. Chose and such that It is sufficient to prove that there exists such that for , since, taking , (23) holds for and for all , which gives the result. Once has been chosen, is fixed, so Now, taking and , we have Taking sufficiently large, we can make which gives (23) and hence the result.

The next theorems show the relationship between the strong -asymptotically equivalence and the strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalence.

Theorem 18. Let be any modulus. Then for every lacunary sequence .

Proof. Let . Then, given , there exist and such that for and . Let ; write , where ; is an integer. Since , . We have For , since , therefore,
Then by lemma implies . It is easy to see that implies for every .

Proposition 19. Let be any modulus. Then for every lacunary sequence .

Proof. It follows from Theorem 18 for for all .

Proposition 20. for every lacunary sequence .

Proof. It follows from Proposition 19 for for all .

Theorem 21. Let be any modulus. Then(1)if , then implies ;(2)if , then implies ;(3)if , then .

Proof. Part (1): let and . There exists such that for sufficiently large . We have, for sufficiently large , that . Then which yields that .
Part (2): if , then there exists such that for every .
Now suppose that and . There exists such that for every ,
We can also find such that for all . Let be any integer with where . Now write from which we deduce that .
Part (3): this immediately follows from and .

Proposition 22. Let be any modulus. Then(1)if , then implies ;(2)if , then implies ;(3)if , then .

Proof. It follows from Theorem 21 for for all .

Proposition 23. Consider the following:if , then implies ;if , then implies ;if , then .

Proof. It follows from Proposition 22 for for all .

In the following theorem we study the relationship between the strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalence and the strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalence.

Theorem 24. Let be any modulus. Then(1)if , then ;(2)if , then .

Proof. Part : let and . We choose such that for every with . We can write where the first summation is over and the second summation over with . By definition of , we have
Therefore, .
Part : if , then for all . Let ; clearly Therefore, . By using (23) the proof is complete.

Proposition 25. Let be any modulus. Then(1)if , then ;(2)if , then .

Proof. It follows from Theorem 24 for for all .

Finally we give the relation between -asymptotically lacunary statistical equivalence and strong -asymptotically lacunary equivalence. Also we give relation between -asymptotically lacunary statistical equivalence and strong -asymptotically equivalence.

Theorem 26. Let be any modulus. Then(1)if , then ;(2)if is bounded and , then ;(3)if is bounded, then .

Proof. Part : take and . Let denote the sum over and .
Then
Therefore, .
Part : suppose that is bounded and . Since is bounded, there exists an integer such that for all . Given ,
Therefore, .
Part : follows from and .
For we write for . Hence the two nonnegative sequences and are said to be -asymptotically lacunary statistical equivalent of multiple provided that for every and -asymptotically lacunary statistical equivalent, if . Hence we have the following.

Proposition 27. Let be any modulus. Then(1)if , then ;(2)if is bounded and , then ;(3)if is bounded, then .

Proof. It follows from Theorem 26 for for all .

Proposition 28. implies .

Proof. It follows from Proposition 27 for for all .

Theorem 29. Let be bounded; then implies for every lacunary sequence .

Proof. Let be any integer with ; then
Consider the first term on the right in (38):
Since is bounded and , it follows from Theorem 26 that
Hence
Consider the second term on the right in (38); since is bounded, there exists an integer such that for all . We split the sum for into sums over and . Therefore, we have for every that
Since is continuous from the right at and is arbitrary; the expression on left side of (42) tends to zero as , uniformly in . Hence (38), (41), and (42) imply that .

Proposition 30. Let be bounded; then implies for every lacunary sequence .

Proof. It follows from Theorem 29 for for all .

#### Conflict of Interests

The author declares that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper.

#### Acknowledgments

The work is supported by the Presidency of Scientific Research Projects of Yüzüncü Yıl University (IECMSA-2013). The author is thankful to the anonymous referees for careful reading and useful suggestions.

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