Convergence (math)
In mathematics, convergence is a meta-concept that generally expresses the approximation of an infinite, ordered structure of objects to a target object. In the various mathematical disciplines, specific concepts of convergence exist as expressions of this abstract idea:
- Convergence of a sequence of numbers, see limit value (sequence)
- Convergence of a function, see limit value (function)
- Convergence of function sequences , see function sequence #convergence terms
- Convergence of quantity filters, see Filter Convergence
- Convergence made to measure , in measure theory
- Convergence in probability , stochastic convergence, one of the limit value behavior of random variables in stochastics
- Almost certain convergence , one of the limit value behavior of random variables in stochastics
- Convergence in distribution , one of the limit behavior of random variables in stochastics
- Convergence in the p-th mean , one of the limit value behavior of random variables in stochastics
- Convergent network , the generalization of the convergence of a sequence on topological networks
- Convergence (computational model) , a stability criterion for numerical simulations
See also:
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