# What is weak Continuity?

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## What is weak Continuity?

another generalized continuity which is called weak continuity is studied. We first. found this definition in [5] given as follows: A function f : R → R is called weakly. continuous at a ∈ R if there are a strictly increasing sequence (xn) in R and a. strictly decreasing sequence (yn) in R such that.

## What is continuity in a topological space?

Let f be a function defined from topological space X to topological space Y, then f is said to be continuous at a point x∈X if for every neighborhood V of f(x), there exists a neighborhood U of x, such that f(U)⊆V.

**What is generalized topology?**

Generalized topology of gt-space has the structure of frame and is closed under arbitrary unions and finite intersections modulo small subsets. The family of small subsets of a gt-space forms an ideal that is compatible with the generalized topology.

### Which is weakest topology?

Weak topology induced by the continuous dual space remains a continuous function. From this point of view, the weak topology is the coarsest polar topology; see weak topology (polar topology) for details.

### Does strong convergence weak convergence?

If the Hilbert space is finite-dimensional, i.e. a Euclidean space, then weak and strong convergence are equivalent.

**How do you define continuity of a function?**

A function is a relationship in which every value of an independent variable—say x—is associated with a value of a dependent variable—say y. Continuity of a function is sometimes expressed by saying that if the x-values are close together, then the y-values of the function will also be close.

#### What do you mean by weak topology?

Let be a topological vector space whose continuous dual separates points (i.e., is T2). The weak topology on is defined to be the coarsest/weakest topology (that is, the topology with the fewest open sets) under which each element of remains continuous on .

#### Why are weak topology weaker than the norm topology?

The weak topology is weaker than the norm topology: every weakly open (resp. closed) set is strongly open (resp. closed). Proof: The first point is clear: the norm topology already makes all linear functionals continuous.

**What is meant by weak convergence?**

In mathematics, weak convergence in a Hilbert space is convergence of a sequence of points in the weak topology.

## How do you prove weak convergence?

IF space X is reflexive, then we can replace x ∈ X∗ with x ∈ X to show that weak* convergence implies weak convergence. Therefore weak and weak* convergence are equivalent on reflexive Banach spaces.

## What is sequential continuity?

sequential continuity (uncountable) (mathematical analysis) The property of a function between metric spaces, that given a convergent sequence , then. , i.e. the property of a function that it preserves sequential convergence.

**Is identity mapping continuous?**

f-1(V ) = V and V is in TX. Thus, the identity map is continuous. 2. A continuous map remains continuous if the domain topology becomes finer or the co-domain topology becomes coarser.

### What is weak topology in functional analysis?

### What is weak and strong convergence?

Definition of strong convergence: A sequence (xn) in a normed space X is said to be strongly convergent if there is an x∈X such that limn→∞||xn−x||=0. Definition of weak convergence: A sequence (xn) in a normed space X is said to be weakly convergent if there is an x∈X such that limn→∞f(xn)=f(x)

**Does sequential continuity imply continuity?**

Continuity always implies sequential continuity: Suppose xn→x. Then if U is any open neighborhood of f(x), f−1(U) is a neighborhood of x which (by continuity of f) is open. Because xn→x, every neighborhood of x contains a tail of the sequence. In particular, f−1(U) contains a tail of the sequence.

#### How do you prove continuity of a sequence?

To prove that u(x)=f(x)+g(x) is continuous at p, we recall the sequential continuity theorem which tells us that we have to prove that u(xn)→u(p) for every sequence xn→p. Given such a sequence we know that f(xn)→f(p) and g(xn)→g(p), because f and g both are continuous at p.