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A characterization of C 1 , 1 functions via lower directional derivatives

Dušan Bednařík, Karel Pastor (2009)

Mathematica Bohemica

The notion of ˜ -stability is defined using the lower Dini directional derivatives and was introduced by the authors in their previous papers. In this paper we prove that the class of ˜ -stable functions coincides with the class of C 1 , 1 functions. This also solves the question posed by the authors in SIAM J. Control Optim. 45 (1) (2006), pp. 383–387.

A d.c. C 1 function need not be difference of convex C 1 functions

David Pavlica (2005)

Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae

In [2] a delta convex function on 2 is constructed which is strictly differentiable at 0 but it is not representable as a difference of two convex function of this property. We improve this result by constructing a delta convex function of class C 1 ( 2 ) which cannot be represented as a difference of two convex functions differentiable at 0. Further we give an example of a delta convex function differentiable everywhere which is not strictly differentiable at 0.

A linear extension operator for Whitney fields on closed o-minimal sets

Wiesław Pawłucki (2008)

Annales de l’institut Fourier

A continuous linear extension operator, different from Whitney’s, for 𝒞 p -Whitney fields (p finite) on a closed o-minimal subset of n is constructed. The construction is based on special geometrical properties of o-minimal sets earlier studied by K. Kurdyka with the author.

A Lipschitz function which is C on a.e. line need not be generically differentiable

Luděk Zajíček (2013)

Colloquium Mathematicae

We construct a Lipschitz function f on X = ℝ ² such that, for each 0 ≠ v ∈ X, the function f is C smooth on a.e. line parallel to v and f is Gâteaux non-differentiable at all points of X except a first category set. Consequently, the same holds if X (with dimX > 1) is an arbitrary Banach space and “a.e.” has any usual “measure sense”. This example gives an answer to a natural question concerning the author’s recent study of linearly essentially smooth functions (which generalize essentially smooth...

A remark on functions continuous on all lines

Luděk Zajíček (2019)

Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae

We prove that each linearly continuous function f on n (i.e., each function continuous on all lines) belongs to the first Baire class, which answers a problem formulated by K. C. Ciesielski and D. Miller (2016). The same result holds also for f on an arbitrary Banach space X , if f has moreover the Baire property. We also prove (extending a known finite-dimensional result) that such f on a separable X is continuous at all points outside a first category set which is also null in any usual sense.

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