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J. Dinneen et al. ): WTCS 2012 (Calude Festschrift), LNCS 7160, pp. 31–45, 2012. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012 32 L. Bienvenu and A. , not worse) than the other one”. Definition 1. Let ai → α and b j → β be two computable strictly increasing sequences converging to lower semicomputable α and β (approximations of α and β from below). We say that an → α converges “better” (not worse) than bn → β if there exists a total computable function h such that α − ah(i) β − bi for every i. In other terms, we require that for each term of the second sequence one may algorithmically find a term of the first one that approaches the limit as close as the given term of the second sequence.
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