By Peter H. Selby
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Diﬀerentiability almost everywhere of convex functions. Let f be a finite convex function on an open convex subset D ⊂ Rn . , Federer , p. 216), diﬀerentiable almost everywhere on D. 4) and Fubini’s theorem (Roberts and Varberg , p. 116). Rather precise information on the set of nondiﬀerentiability is available from work of Zaj´ıcˇ ek , who also has a related result for continuous convex functions on a separable Banach space. 3. Twice diﬀerentiability almost everywhere. A convex function f is in fact twice diﬀerentiable almost everywhere.
1. 2 The metric projection In this section, A ⊂ Rn is a fixed nonempty closed convex set. To each x ∈ Rn there exists a unique point p(A, x) ∈ A satisfying |x − p(A, x)| ≤ |x − y| for all y ∈ A. In fact, for suitable ρ > 0 the set B(x, ρ) ∩ A is compact and nonempty, hence the continuous function y → |x−y| attains a minimum on this set, say at y0 ; then |x−y0 | ≤ |x − y| for all y ∈ A. If also y1 ∈ A satisfies |x − y1 | ≤ |x − y| for all y ∈ A, then z := (y0 + y1 )/2 ∈ A and |x − z| < |x − y0 |, except if y0 = y1 .
15 Let f : Rn → R¯ be convex and let x ∈ int dom f . Then f is diﬀerentiable at x if and only if f has only one subgradient at x. Proof Suppose that f is diﬀerentiable at x. Let be a subgradient of f at x, then f (x + λu) − f (x) ≥ ,u λ for λ > 0, hence f (x; u) ≥ , u for all u ∈ Rn . Diﬀerentiability of f at x implies f (x; u) = − f (x; −u) ≤ − , −u = , u , hence f (x; u) = , u . Since this holds for all u ∈ Rn , the vector is uniqueley determined. Conversely, suppose that f has at most one subgradient at x.
Geometry and Trigonometry for Calculus: A Self-Teaching Guide by Peter H. Selby