CitationÇakallı, H. (2011). On G-continuity. Computers & Mathematics with Applications. 61(2), s. 313-318.
A function f on a topological space is sequentially continuous at a point u if, given a sequence (xn), limxn=u implies that limf(xn)=f(u). This definition was modified by Connor and Grosse-Erdmann for real functions by replacing lim with an arbitrary linear functional G defined on a linear subspace of the vector space of all real sequences. In this paper, we extend this definition to a topological group X by replacing G, a linear functional, with an arbitrary additive function defined on a subgroup of the group of all X-valued sequences and not only give new theorems in this generalized setting but also present theorems that have not been obtained for real functions so far.
SourceComputers & Mathematics with Applications
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