Scales of Functions


We consider real-valued functions j(z) which are defined for all sufficiently large real numbers 2. In discussing the behaviour of such functions as z + + co, it is useful to compare f with the functions of some “comparison scale”. The early work in this field was due to Du Bois-Reymond (see, for example, (2), (3)). This was elaborated by Hardy, (6), who… (More)


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