# OPTIMIZING THE RATE OF CONVERGENCE IN SOME NEW CLASSES OF SEQUENCES CONVERGENT TO EULER'S CONSTANT

@inproceedings{Mortici2010OPTIMIZINGTR, title={OPTIMIZING THE RATE OF CONVERGENCE IN SOME NEW CLASSES OF SEQUENCES CONVERGENT TO EULER'S CONSTANT}, author={Cristinel Mortici}, year={2010} }

A new class of sequences convergent to Euler's constant is investigated. Special choices of parameters show that the class includes the original sequence defined by Euler, as well as more recently defined sequences due to DeTemple [1] and Vernescu [9]. It is shown how the rate of convergence of the sequences can be improved by computing optimal values of the parameters.

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