Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 2, 2009 - Science - 461 pages
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For this reason, we select the closed convex processes, i.e., the maps whose
graphs are closed convex cones, as the candidates to play the part of set- valued
linear maps. We shall see later that derivatives of some set-valued maps are ...
Chapter 2 Closed Convex Processes Introduction Naturally, the first question
which arises is: What are the set- valued analogues of continuous linear
operators? Since the graph of a continuous linear operator A € C(X, Y) is a (
closed) vector ...
closed convex process is given in this section for linear processes and in Chapter
4 (Section 2) in the general case. We shall also provide in Chapter 3 a theorem
on existence of eigenvectors of closed convex processes (Theorem 3.6.2.) ...
The main examples of closed processes are provided by contingent derivatives
of set-valued maps that we shall introduce in Chapter 5. We associate with a
closed convex process its norm defined in the following way. Definition 2.1.3 (
Norm of ...
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