### Elements of quasiconvex subdifferential calculus.

Penot, Jean-Paul, Zălinescu, Constantin (2000)

Journal of Convex Analysis

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Penot, Jean-Paul, Zălinescu, Constantin (2000)

Journal of Convex Analysis

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We prove that the initial value problem x’(t) = f(t,x(t)), $x\left(0\right)={x}_{1}$ is uniquely solvable in certain ordered Banach spaces if f is quasimonotone increasing with respect to x and f satisfies a one-sided Lipschitz condition with respect to a certain convex functional.

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We characterize those Baire one functions f for which the diagonal product x → (f(x), g(x)) has a connected graph whenever g is approximately continuous or is a derivative.

Wolfgang Müller (1997)

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Teardrops are generalizations of open mapping cylinders. We prove that the teardrop of a stratified approximate fibration X → Y × ℝ with X and Y homotopically stratified spaces is itself a homotopically stratified space (under mild hypothesis). This is applied to manifold stratified approximate fibrations between manifold stratified spaces in order to establish the realization part of a previously announced tubular neighborhood theory.

Karen Brucks, Henk Bruin (1999)

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We discuss the inverse limit spaces of unimodal interval maps as topological spaces. Based on the combinatorial properties of the unimodal maps, properties of the subcontinua of the inverse limit spaces are studied. Among other results, we give combinatorial conditions for an inverse limit space to have only arc+ray subcontinua as proper (non-trivial) subcontinua. Also, maps are constructed whose inverse limit spaces have the inverse limit spaces of a prescribed set of periodic unimodal...