We define a class of so-called thinnable ideals I on the positive integers which includes several well-known examples, e.g., the collection of sets with zero asymptotic density, sets with zero logarithmic density, and several summable ideals. Given a sequence (xn) taking values in a separable metric space and a thinnable ideal I, it is shown that the set of I-cluster points of (xn) is equal to the set of I-cluster points of almost all of its subsequences, in the sense of Lebesgue measure. Lastly, we obtain a characterization of ideal convergence, which improves the main result in [15].

Thinnable Ideals and Invariance of Cluster Points

Leonetti P
2018

Abstract

We define a class of so-called thinnable ideals I on the positive integers which includes several well-known examples, e.g., the collection of sets with zero asymptotic density, sets with zero logarithmic density, and several summable ideals. Given a sequence (xn) taking values in a separable metric space and a thinnable ideal I, it is shown that the set of I-cluster points of (xn) is equal to the set of I-cluster points of almost all of its subsequences, in the sense of Lebesgue measure. Lastly, we obtain a characterization of ideal convergence, which improves the main result in [15].
Asymptotic density; Cluster point; Erdos-Ulam ideal; Ideal convergence.; Logarithmic density; Statistical convergence; Summable ideal; Thinnable ideal
Leonetti, P
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