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A set K Q X is

A set K Q X is

**convex**iix,ye K, and 0 52 a 52 1, imply ax-\-(\—a)y eK. The following lemma is an obvious consequence of Definition 1 . 2 Lemma.Page 410

A set K CX is

A set K CX is

**convex**if x , y e K , and 0 sa si , imply ax + ( 1 - a ) y € K. The following lemma is an obvious consequence of Definition 1 . LEMMA .Page 461

and an arbitrary

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**convex**set is possible , provided they are disjoint ( compare Theorem 2.8 ) . He also proved that a**convex**set K which is compact in the X ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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