On Defined by Modulus

N. Subramanian

Abstract


In this paper we defined the       defined by a modulus and exhibit some general properties of the space with an four dimensional infinite regular matrix.


Keywords


Gai sequence; Analytic sequence; Modulus function; Double sequences; Difference sequence; Lacunary sequence; Statistical convergence

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