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Genre/Form: | Electronic books |
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Additional Physical Format: | Print version: Lindenstrauss, Joram Frechet Differentiability of Lipschitz Functions and Porous Sets in Banach Spaces Princeton : Princeton University Press,c2012 |

Material Type: | Document, Internet resource |

Document Type: | Internet Resource, Computer File |

All Authors / Contributors: |
Joram Lindenstrauss; David Preiss; Jaroslav Tišer |

ISBN: | 9781400842698 1400842697 |

OCLC Number: | 769343169 |

Notes: | Description based upon print version of record. 14.7 Proof of Theorem |

Description: | 1 online resource (436 p.) |

Contents: | Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Introduction; 1.1 Key notions and notation; Chapter 2. Gâteaux Dfferentiability of Lipschitz Functions; 2.1 Radon-Nikodým Property; 2.2 Haar and Aronszajn-Gauss Null Sets; 2.3 Existence Results for Gâteaux Derivatives; 2.4 Mean Value Estimates; Chapter 3. Smoothness, Convexity, Porosity, and Separable Determination; 3.1 A criterion of Differentiability of Convex Functions; 3.2 Fréchet Smooth and Nonsmooth Renormings; 3.3 Fréchet Differentiability of Convex Functions; 3.4 Porosity and Nondifferentiability 3.5 Sets of Fréchet Differentiability Points3.6 Separable Determination; Chapter 4. e-Fréchet Differentiability; 4.1 e-Differentiability and Uniform Smoothness; 4.2 Asymptotic Uniform Smoothness; 4.3 e-Fréchet Differentiability of Functions on Asymptotically Smooth Spaces; Chapter 5. G-Null and Gn-Null Sets; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 G-Null Sets and Gâteaux Differentiability; 5.3 Spaces of Surfaces; 5.4 G- and Gn-Null Sets of low Borel Classes; 5.5 Equivalent Definitions of Gn-Null Sets; 5.6 Separable Determination; Chapter 6. Fréchet Differentiability Except for G-Null Sets; 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Regular Points6.3 A Criterion of Fréchet Differentiability; 6.4 Fréchet Differentiability Except for G-Null Sets; Chapter 7. Variational Principles; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Variational Principles via Games; 7.3 Bimetric Variational Principles; Chapter 8. Smoothness and Asymptotic Smoothness; 8.1 Modulus of Smoothness; 8.2 Smooth Bumps with Controlled Modulus; Chapter 9. Preliminaries to Main Results; 9.1 Notation, Linear Operators, Tensor Products; 9.2 Derivatives and Regularity; 9.3 Deformation of Surfaces Controlled by ?n; 9.4 Divergence Theorem; 9.5 Some Integral Estimates Chapter 10. Porosity, Gn- and G-Null Sets10.1 Porous and s-Porous Sets; 10.2 A Criterion of Gn-nullness of Porous Sets; 10.3 Directional Porosity and Gn-Nullness; 10.4 s-Porosity and Gn-Nullness; 10.5 G1-Nullness of Porous Sets and Asplundness; 10.6 Spaces in which s-Porous Sets are G-Null; Chapter 11. Porosity and e-Fréchet Differentiability; 11.1 Introduction; 11.2 Finite Dimensional Approximation; 11.3 Slices and e-Differentiability; Chapter 12. Fréchet Differentiability of Real-Valued Functions; 12.1 Introduction and Main Results; 12.2 An Illustrative Special Case 12.3 A Mean Value Estimate12.4 Proof of Theorems; 12.5 Generalizations and Extensions; Chapter 13. Fréchet Differentiability of Vector-Valued Functions; 13.1 Main Results; 13.2 Regularity Parameter; 13.3 Reduction to a Special Case; 13.4 Regular Fréchet Differentiability; 13.5 Fréchet Differentiability; 13.6 Simpler Special Cases; Chapter 14. Unavoidable Porous Sets and Nondifferentiable Maps; 14.1 Introduction and Main Results; 14.2 An Unavoidable Porous Set in l1; 14.3 Preliminaries to Proofs of Main Results; 14.4 The Main Construction; 14.5 The Main Construction; 14.6 Proof of Theorem |

Series Title: | Annals of mathematics studies, no. 179 |

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"The book is well written--as one would expect from its distinguished authors, including the late Joram Lindestrauss (1936-2012). It contains many fascinating and profound results. It no doubt will become an important resource for anyone who is seriously interested in the differentiability of functions between Banach spaces."--J. Borwein and Liangjin Yao, Mathematical Reviews Clippings "[T]his is a very deep and complete study on the differentiability of Lipschitz mappings between Banach spaces, an unavoidable reference for anyone seriously interested in this topic."--Daniel Azagra, European Mathematical Society "We should be grateful to (the late) Joram Lindenstrauss, David Preiss, and Jaroslav Tiser for providing us with this splendid book which dives into the deepest fields of functional analysis, where the basic but still strange operation called differentiation is investigated. More than a century after Lebesgue, our understanding is not complete. But thanks to the contribution of these three authors, and thanks to this book, we know a fair share of beautiful theorems and challenging problems."--Gilles Godefroy, Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society Read more...

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