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Euler Convergence: Probabilistic Considerations

by Giorgio Metafune (Università di Lecce, Italy), Diego Pallara (Università di Lecce, Italy), and Carlo Sempi (Università di Lecce, Italy)

This article originally appeared in:
Mathematics Magazine
October, 1999

Subject classification(s): Analysis | Real Analysis | Convergence
Applicable Course(s): 4.11 Advanced Calc I, II, & Real Analysis | 7.2 Probability

The authors show, using probabilistic methods, that convergence implies Euler convergence, but not conversely.

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Probability | Stochastic Processes, Discrete Markov Chains
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