Fejér's theorem

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In mathematics, Fejér's theorem, named for Hungarian mathematician Lipót Fejér, states that if f:R → C is a continuous function with period 2π, then the sequencen) of Cesàro means of the sequence (sn) of partial sums of the Fourier series of f converges uniformly to f on [-π,π].




with Fn being the nth order Fejér kernel.

A more general form of the theorem applies to functions which are not necessarily continuous Template:Harv. Suppose that f is in L1(-π,π). If the left and right limits f(x0±0) of f(x) exist at x0, or if both limits are infinite of the same sign, then

Existence or divergence to infinity of the Cesàro mean is also implied. By a theorem of Marcel Riesz, Fejér's theorem holds precisely as stated if the (C, 1) mean σn is replaced with (C, α) mean of the Fourier series Template:Harv.


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