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Proyecciones (Antofagasta)

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Proyecciones (Antofagasta) vol.35 no.2 Antofagasta June 2016 

Proyecciones Journal of Mathematics Vol. 35, No 2, pp. 187-195, June 2016. Universidad Católica del Norte Antofagasta - Chile

Matrix transformation on statistically convergent sequence spaces of interval number sequences

Shyamal Debnath

Subrata Saha

Tripura University




The main purpose of this paper is to introduce the necessary and sufficient conditions for the matrix of interval numbers Ā = (ānk) such that Ā-transform of x = (xk) belongs to the sets c0S(i) ∩ ℓi, cS(i) ∩ ℓi, where in particular x ∈ c0S(i) ∩ ℓi and x ∈ cS(i) ∩ ℓi respectively.

Subjclass [2000] : 11B39, 40A35, 46B45.

Keywords : Interval number, sequence space, statistical convergence, matrix transformations.


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Shyamal Debnath

Department of Mathematics

Tripura University (A Central University)

Suryamaninagar - 799022,



e-mail :

Subrata Saha

Department of Mathematics

Tripura University (A Central University)

Suryamaninagar - 799022,



e-mail :

Received : September 2015. Accepted : April 2016

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