Transformation Sequences?

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Sequence transformation in mathematics refers to an operator acting on a given space of sequences. Some of the common sequence transformations are linear mappings and re-summations. One of the most common applications of sequence transformations is the calculation of the anti limit of a deviating series numerically, and is used in combination with extrapolation procedures.
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