TY - THES
AU - Babinchuk, Wayne George
PY - 1975
TI - Random series of functions and Baire category
KW - Thesis/Dissertation
LA - eng
M3 - Text
AB - In much of the work done on random series of functions, little attention has been given to the categorical questions that may arise.
For example, a common technique is to let ε = {ε [sub n]}[sup ∞ sub n = 0] be a sequence of independent random variables, each taking the values ±1 with probability ½,
and to consider the series [sup ∞]∑ [sub n = 0] ε[sub n]c[sub n] cos nt; then one can seek
conditions on the coefficients {c[sub n]}[sup ∞ sub n = 0] that almost surely
guarantee that the series converges or that it belongs to a certain function space. But one may also ask if this series converges for a set of e of second category or if it belongs to a particular space for such a set of ε.
This thesis follows the first seven chapters of J.-P. Kahane's book Some Random Series of Functions and raises these kinds of categorical questions about the topics presented there.
N2 - In much of the work done on random series of functions, little attention has been given to the categorical questions that may arise.
For example, a common technique is to let ε = {ε [sub n]}[sup ∞ sub n = 0] be a sequence of independent random variables, each taking the values ±1 with probability ½,
and to consider the series [sup ∞]∑ [sub n = 0] ε[sub n]c[sub n] cos nt; then one can seek
conditions on the coefficients {c[sub n]}[sup ∞ sub n = 0] that almost surely
guarantee that the series converges or that it belongs to a certain function space. But one may also ask if this series converges for a set of e of second category or if it belongs to a particular space for such a set of ε.
This thesis follows the first seven chapters of J.-P. Kahane's book Some Random Series of Functions and raises these kinds of categorical questions about the topics presented there.
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